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Old 10-18-2007, 12:06 AM   #46
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Im refering to the chart posted by nikkiesteban it illustrate their the red marker on "D" for 25/55 motor.
Im wondering what that represent.
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Old 10-18-2007, 12:15 AM   #47
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doh. yeah looks like 'a' to me, as pointed out by greasemoneky.
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Old 10-18-2007, 02:08 AM   #48
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you are right its "a" my bad
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its just a pattern color coding. so that we wont make mistakes in screwing the motor in. the red doesn't represent anything like STOP or DON'T but it says that if you will screw it in red dot on the other side the other screw should be in the other red dot also. also same with the blue, yellow,others, gt it?
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Hi i bought a stock tt-01 just the other day got it all together but when i reverse or once the battery starts to die down it jerks and doesnt go anywhere unless i slowly give it acceleration but i still cant go flat out does any one know how to fix this problem or better yet tell me what could be causing this thank you.
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Hi i bought a stock tt-01 just the other day got it all together but when i reverse or once the battery starts to die down it jerks and doesnt go anywhere unless i slowly give it acceleration but i still cant go flat out does any one know how to fix this problem or better yet tell me what could be causing this thank you.
it's normal.. the stock ESC(teu-101bk) has a certain voltage cut-off.. its normal.
don't discharge your battery by running in the car. you may damage the battery.
some batteries tends to die/deteriorate when the voltage goes below 5.4volts for the whole pack(6 cells) / 0.9 (each cells).
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best of blueI had the same problem i changed my propeller joints and ordered an aluminum shaft and it was to small. When you change the joints you have to upgrade the aluminum shaft to a different model one.You have to get the (TB Evo IV) aluminum shaft and it takes up most of the play you may still have to use and o-ring but it won't be as bad as the play you have now. I guess Tamiya forget to let us know when you upgrad the joints you need a longer shaft than the one they have.
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Old 10-31-2007, 02:40 AM   #53
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it's normal.. the stock ESC(teu-101bk) has a certain voltage cut-off.. its normal.
don't discharge your battery by running in the car. you may damage the battery.
some batteries tends to die/deteriorate when the voltage goes below 5.4volts for the whole pack(6 cells) / 0.9 (each cells).
ok thank you and also do u know if im able to run a 3000mah battery.
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yes you can i am running 3000's now i beleive you can use any mah rateing you want so long as the voltage is not greater than 7.2V
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