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Old 08-04-2003, 11:10 PM
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Originally posted by shah285
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got any answer??
nope sorry....i dont' really konw much about any motor sept my mirage
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Old 08-05-2003, 02:30 AM
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Originally posted by blixelX
how bout the tamiya super stock type R?
Gear it the same as the 4.5mm core..
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Old 08-05-2003, 03:00 AM
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Do you have use Putnam brush ?
Mid silver & High silver which one for 23T RACE bester ?

Your Real rpm type have how many rpm & use which gear ratio ?

Thanks !
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
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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The black chrome can? Is that the Tamiya Grey 23t RR?
What are the differences? (design)
Which makes more RPM, power, eff.

Do you mean by core, that its armature is a thin web? (3mm)
Or something else?

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Old 08-05-2003, 10:41 AM
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Originally posted by PizzaDude
The black chrome can? Is that the Tamiya Grey 23t RR?
What are the differences? (design)
Which makes more RPM, power, eff.

Do you mean by core, that its armature is a thin web? (3mm)
Or something else?

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Yep thats the one I`m talking about the grey can RR that one has the most RPM..and power..

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Old 08-05-2003, 10:48 AM
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Here's my guess at what the motor is for the Nats:

TAMIYA 49288 SUPER STOCK MOTOR TYPE-RR(GUN METAL CASE)

Don't know where you can find it as it is a limited release item "49xxx"
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Old 08-05-2003, 11:00 AM
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Originally posted by rtypec
Here's my guess at what the motor is for the Nats:

TAMIYA 49288 SUPER STOCK MOTOR TYPE-RR(GUN METAL CASE)

Don't know where you can find it as it is a limited release item "49xxx"
So Rod ya got one yet..??

...I found out a few very nice Bruch and spring combos today that I will post after a few more packs go through it I have about 8 packs on it right now and I think that I`ll skim the com tommorow...and get back to you all

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Old 08-05-2003, 10:50 PM
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jdm dohc sir
u replied about the 23t aussie class i run, and gave me the names of some shops
could you please tell me how i could contact them, via website or woteva
and also, do they stock the motors you have been saying that are good on here
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Originally posted by xray racer
jdm dohc sir
u replied about the 23t aussie class i run, and gave me the names of some shops
could you please tell me how i could contact them, via website or woteva
and also, do they stock the motors you have been saying that are good on here
Pro Shop Futaba does international orders...also RC Champ does... I`ll post the links for them later..

Also most of the shops Don`t have any of the ECHO PQ motors in stock they are that Popular!!!! but the Yokomo SR,ST.LR and LR are all in stock

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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
So Rod ya got one yet..??
Hola Dave, yup...I gots mine I'll start playing with it after doing a complete rebuild of my car. Any ideas so far on brush/spring combos?
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Originally posted by rtypec
Hola Dave, yup...I gots mine I'll start playing with it after doing a complete rebuild of my car. Any ideas so far on brush/spring combos?
Well I hope you can lad a couple pairs of Putnam Blues and Greens for that RR They work Really Well!!!! .... much more Torque all over the place and it really has its best power when the com is in the 7.4mm~7.5mm Range... but they Arm is gone after that...no torque what so ever,..

and for the brushes...you can mess around with a slightly softer spring on the negative side.. it tried a harder one on the positive side...but it did not do to much to be bothered with..

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Thanks for the impho Dave. I look forward to testing with putnams along with the standard array of brushes to see what works best for our layouts. Also, thanks for giving insight on the springs...so if anything, less tension on the negative eh?

These Tamiya motors are weird, last year the best ones were the ones that were run straight out of the box. People were tuning themselves out, and could never quite get it any better than the way it came ...interesting.
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Originally posted by rtypec
Thanks for the impho Dave. I look forward to testing with putnams along with the standard array of brushes to see what works best for our layouts. Also, thanks for giving insight on the springs...so if anything, less tension on the negative eh?

These Tamiya motors are weird, last year the best ones were the ones that were run straight out of the box. People were tuning themselves out, and could never quite get it any better than the way it came ...interesting.
Sweet..
Let me know if you also come up with a good combo too

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Old 08-06-2003, 12:04 PM
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If Yokomo SR use which spring in negative side & positive side ?
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Old 08-11-2003, 11:18 AM
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