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Old 06-22-2004, 09:54 PM
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Originally posted by Matt Howard
Dan over at Fukuyama keeps me happy in the power department Besides, we ran 5 minute mod when we only had 2000's back in the day and I could make runtime with a 10turn
Try 8 mins on 2400's could do about 7 and some change... ..

Good luck when you get over there... There are some really Hot 23T's that are coming out now
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Old 06-22-2004, 10:09 PM
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
Plus for 8 min heats you"ll need some good run time on your batterys too anything under 405 is questionable
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Dave, will 445s work?? .
I would like to try this 23turn thing. All the rave about it is killing me
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Originally posted by =MisFitz= NuKe
Dave, will 445s work?? .
I would like to try this 23turn thing. All the rave about it is killing me
I don't use to many laydown brushed motors because most of the 23T's are Stand up..80% of them but the brushes that I have tested for the laydown motors are Putnams, and 767's...but I'm in the middle of testing some brushes for Fukuyama HK right now Good power results so far
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Old 06-22-2004, 10:50 PM
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
I don't use to many laydown brushed motors because most of the 23T's are Stand up..80% of them but the brushes that I have tested for the laydown motors are Putnams, and 767's...but I'm in the middle of testing some brushes for Fukuyama HK right now Good power results so far
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huh , I meant 445 second run time packs
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Originally posted by =MisFitz= NuKe
huh , I meant 445 second run time packs
445 will do just as long as they are not Sanyo 3600"s

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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
445 will do just as long as they are not Sanyo 3600"s

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hey dave, you have a pm, well, you will have one after I enter this reply
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Originally posted by =MisFitz= NuKe
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hey dave, you have a pm, well, you will have one after I enter this reply
Already back at you
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
Already back at you
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Old 06-23-2004, 05:26 AM
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Wink Some motors for sale soon

I have quite a few that I will be selling in the next couple of days. I have way to many ..40+ I`ll be posting in the for sale section with pic`s comm sizes and Power/rpm output.
PM me if you guys want some.
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Old 06-23-2004, 10:05 AM
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Default Re: Yokomo T-max SR

Originally posted by martinm
Is this the new Yokomo SR???

gee.. this motor is blazing fast. it gives the brushless a good run for their money in the infield. over here, most of the guys turned to this.
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Quick question.....Are 23turn motors comparable to 19turn in performance?I am wondering because the 23t I have seen run are pretty fast.We dont see many here in the states.But I am wondering if there are some 23turns that will keep up with a good 19turn.I wouldnt mind running one in my local 19turn class.

The Yokomo sr is good?
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anyone tried the tamiya type tz already...got one wit me but dont know wat to gear it at..
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Originally posted by razi
anyone tried the tamiya type tz already...got one wit me but dont know wat to gear it at..
Haven"t had a chance to test one yet...but soon..

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Originally posted by racenut123
Quick question.....Are 23turn motors comparable to 19turn in performance?I am wondering because the 23t I have seen run are pretty fast.We dont see many here in the states.But I am wondering if there are some 23turns that will keep up with a good 19turn.I wouldnt mind running one in my local 19turn class.

The Yokomo sr is good?
The SR is a great Motor... but the ST is king on most tracks
Much faster than some of the newer 19t motors I have tested.
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I am in the states,where could I order the Yokomo 23turn st motor from in asia?
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