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Old 03-09-2008, 05:43 PM   #1
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Default RUNNING SILVER CAN IN WITH BRASSO AND ?

Hi can someone tell me what you use to run a 540J motor in with I know it is Brasso and something mixed with it, I am in australia and can't find what else is used with brasso, If you don't want to post a reply here please please send me a PM.

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hey i am also in aus and the easier way is to buy them run in their is a guy in melbourne called dave cook and also online at harris rc.

If you want to do one your self run it in a glass of coke and then water.

For 150 seconds in coke and 50 seconds in water then clean it out with motor spray, put drops on the bushing and in the motor. Zubak makes some good ones for those jobs
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Old 03-09-2008, 11:55 PM   #3
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Come on people someone must know what is mixed with brasso.
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Old 03-10-2008, 01:37 AM   #4
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Over hear guys just put a few drops of brasso on the com and run it for 2 mins then clean it and put a few more drops and run again for 2 mins.
The dip in water for a few minutes and spray out with motor spray and oil bushes.
After a few meets put on some brasso and run for a 1/2 mins and clean out with motor spray and lube bushes again.

My own motors i just run in a bowl of water with some dishwashing liquid for 5 mins.
The spray out with motor spray and lube bushes.
Slap in car and gear it 44 - 46mm roll out
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We had our titles the other day and some guys said not to run in water as there is a bearing in the motor that it will wreck they run them in brasso and something else, I sure there is someone out there that does this as well so they must know what is mixed with the brasso.
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All the guys I know run them in straight brasso, fully submerged, for quite a while (30 min maybe) at 2volts or thereabouts.

There is no "exact answer" on how to optimally run in a sealed can motor.

Or if your mates run them in with brasso and something else you could always.... um... ASK THEM!
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