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Old 03-06-2004, 10:06 AM   #391
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Anyone has experience with Xenon 23T? Any tips?
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dig back a couple of pages earlier, JDM did cover on xenon stockers. have 3 of em' red, gold and pink. endure high gearing quite well too
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I've been trying different brushes with my tmaxx LT and luna Lll
but every brush i try seems to heat the motor what brush besides the orignal works with this motors.. Do the puntnam brushes work i'v got green and blue and the x brush on order.

oh i've been tring trinty brushes 4499 4503nt and race prep R compund also fantom 315 and 309.. al with the standard springs.

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I've been trying different brushes with my tmaxx LT and luna Lll
but every brush i try seems to heat the motor what brush besides the orignal works with this motors.. Do the puntnam brushes work i'v got green and blue and the x brush on order.

oh i've been tring trinty brushes 4499 4503nt and race prep R compund also fantom 315 and 309.. al with the standard springs.

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hi DZ,
which luna 23t motor are you using? currently i'm using lu-85, the standup speed version geared at 6.09 at my local track. after only 4 packs, the brush looks normal but the comm looks slightly reddish. any idea what's causing this?
as this lunatic motor is OEM by yokomo, i believe the yok brushes would do fine as replacements, i'm planning to try that once the kit brush wears out though.
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Old 03-07-2004, 08:46 PM   #395
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I'm not to sure whats causing that.. possibly check that the motor is not coming off to hot..check the heat of the motor after the race..
It's very hard for me to get yok brushes. Hoping there was another alternative.

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I'm not to sure whats causing that.. possibly check that the motor is not coming off to hot..check the heat of the motor after the race..
It's very hard for me to get yok brushes. Hoping there was another alternative.
i find it strange also, the motor is coming off hot to touch though. but then how come the brushes looks ok and not discoloured if the motor is overheating?
i'm also considering using orion's standup enduro brushes in the luna as well.
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Old 03-15-2004, 09:45 PM   #397
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hey, does any one have any tips on getting a TEAM LUNA STC-S to go well??? gearing/spring brush conbo's

any help would be great, also for an atlas splash team edition and an atlas splash..... and solid laydown

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hey, does any one have any tips on getting a TEAM LUNA STC-S to go well??? gearing/spring brush conbo's

any help would be great, also for an atlas splash team edition and an atlas splash..... and solid laydown

thanx
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hi ribbie,
what's the part number for that stc-s luna 23t? i'm using LU-87, standup brush, speed version, geared at 6.24 at my local track. initially i was using 6.09 ratio, the comm turns reddish...
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hey,

tha part number off their website is LU-M83 Glory limited STC-S
i dont have a japanese language pack so thats all i could retrieve.

it has pink brush hoods with a grey endbell and a pink label with Luna GLORY STC-S written on the side. it has standup brushes

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hey,

tha part number off their website is LU-M83 Glory limited STC-S
i dont have a japanese language pack so thats all i could retrieve.

it has pink brush hoods with a grey endbell and a pink label with Luna GLORY STC-S written on the side. it has standup brushes

thanx again

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hi there,
sorry, couldn't help at all as all of our pals are using the LU-87. but give a try 5.9 - 6.2, see how the car tops out on the str8 and the comm/brush wear rate is like after a few laps. most of the 23ts fall in the gearing range...
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Yo Dave!

What would be a good setup for the Tamiya Type RR Gunmetal Motor?, how long do you break it in? and what type of motor springs would you use on the motor?

Please Please! answer! I have been trying to contact you for a very long time now and I would like to know more about the Tamiya Type RR motor, and get the most power out of it as possible. Thank you!

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JDM is ...emm... missing u gotta dig into this thread and another stock motor thread looking for gunmetal motors
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Old 04-01-2004, 10:33 AM   #403
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motor gearing chart

guys, do have any idea where can i get in the internet some motor recomendations gearing chart?

ie:

TAMIYA Type RR (23T) - ?????
TAMIYA Mod 11T - ?????
KAWADA 23T - ?????
etc... etc... etc...

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Old 04-01-2004, 04:27 PM   #404
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which is a better motor, a tamiya type rr gun metal case or a yokomo tmax zero LR? thanks
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Anyone using this motor? How's the performance? Any inputs will be very much appreciated. Also, how to increase its performance? Thank u.
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