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Old 08-03-2003, 10:39 AM   #136
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hey dave
i'm wondering...does the amount of spaces at the front and end of the armature make a difference? and i blasted my motor with video cleaner and it wasn't as smooth as it was before...then it got a bit better when i put some royal oil in it...how exactly do you maintain the motor? (with out a comm lathe)
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Do you have use Putnam brush ?
Mid silver & High silver ?

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i'm wondering...does the amount of spaces at the front and end of the armature make a difference? and i blasted my motor with video cleaner and it wasn't as smooth as it was before...then it got a bit better when i put some royal oil in it...how exactly do you maintain the motor? (with out a comm lathe)
I usually Clean my motors after every run to get the most out of them...also I try to keep as little play as possible in the Arm..... because less movement = more power...to some exstent i have about 0.2~0.3mm play in the Arm...also try to use a different oil that Royal Oil!!!!!!! thats just to thin for bushings and stock motors..

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I usually Clean my motors after every run to get the most out of them...also I try to keep as little play as possible in the Arm..... because less movement = more power...to some exstent i have about 0.2~0.3mm play in the Arm...also try to use a different oil that Royal Oil!!!!!!! thats just to thin for bushings and stock motors..

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diff oil? what do you suggest?
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diff oil? what do you suggest?
Team Orions` Free Rev`s Bearing and Bushing Oil.... does the trick for me..
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I've never run a 23T spec motor at all. What gearing is needed for this beast to work correctly? Oh, BTW, it's a Tamiya 23T motor.
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I've never run a 23T spec motor at all. What gearing is needed for this beast to work correctly? Oh, BTW, it's a Tamiya 23T motor.
Which Tamiya 23T motor...??

the R of the RR..and if it`s the RR which one..the chrome can or the Black chrome can...

if it`s the Chrome RR then it has a 4.5mm Core and you can gear it in the 5.6~6.1 range...... but if it`s the Black Chrome can RR then it has the 3mm Core..and you`ll need to gear it in the 6.2~6.7 Range...

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Which Tamiya 23T motor...??

the R of the RR..and if it`s the RR which one..the chrome can or the Black chrome can...

if it`s the Chrome RR then it has a 4.5mm Core and you can gear it in the 5.6~6.1 range...... but if it`s the Black Chrome can RR then it has the 3mm Core..and you`ll need to gear it in the 6.2~6.7 Range...

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Do you have use Putnam brush ?
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Your Real rpm type have how many rpm & use which gear ratio ?

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dave,

how about 23t type T (tamiya) ratio?
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Which Tamiya 23T motor...??

the R of the RR..and if it`s the RR which one..the chrome can or the Black chrome can...

if it`s the Chrome RR then it has a 4.5mm Core and you can gear it in the 5.6~6.1 range...... but if it`s the Black Chrome can RR then it has the 3mm Core..and you`ll need to gear it in the 6.2~6.7 Range...

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how bout the tamiya super stock type R?
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