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Old 01-19-2005, 03:37 AM   #901
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hi guys....

some of my rc mate here are suffering from glith especially during the finals... which is claimed that it is caused after cutting the motor comms... even if they have run-in the motors.....
what could be the cause?????

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Old 01-19-2005, 03:44 AM   #902
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some of my rc mate here are suffering from glith especially during the finals... which is claimed that it is caused after cutting the motor comms... even if they have run-in the motors.....
i had a problem when i soldered my motor once the connection wasnt quite right and this cause major glitching... so if you frequently unsolder/resolder you joints make sure the wire is exposed or anything like that. skotty diodes help too if you have a foward/brake only speed control.
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I think I'm going to get an ST to play with...ooohhh
but I'm just toooo wasted with studies this few weeks.
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Hey Dave,

What's your experience with Intellect Cells ? I've heard that they're mighty tough. Tests has been conducted in Japan where these cells are "cooked" to 70 degrees C without much detrimental effect !! It this true ?
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I have a few of these cells with me now.
What i have is the raw unzapped cells.

I find them a little lacking in punch, but it's just been the first 8 cycles. I do find them getting better a bit after a couple of runs

I'm not sure if they really 'like' the high temperatures, but after a run they are hot enough to scald my palms.
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Old 02-02-2005, 02:20 AM   #906
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I have a few of these cells with me now.
What i have is the raw unzapped cells.

I find them a little lacking in punch, but it's just been the first 8 cycles. I do find them getting better a bit after a couple of runs

I'm not sure if they really 'like' the high temperatures, but after a run they are hot enough to scald my palms.
You got them eh...from who yah ?
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Is 23T motor needs lathe too like modified ?
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Is 23T motor needs lathe too like modified ?
yeah....... why are you asking ?
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You got them eh...from who yah ?
I got them from Hong Kong online stores..
Anyone of them will do.

Anyway you're pm box is full..
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I got them from Hong Kong online stores..
Anyone of them will do.

Anyway you're pm box is full..
sorry 'bout my pm box...........I only have 3 messages in there and is full.....hmmmmm

Which type did you get ? 3300 of the 3600 ?.......sorry to ask again.
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I got the 3600's, they are ok
clear your box and i'll send you some 'thoughts' on them
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I got the 3600's, they are ok
clear your box and i'll send you some 'thoughts' on them
3600.....hmmmmmm .... I've cleared my outbox.
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Hey Dave,

What's your experience with Intellect Cells ? I've heard that they're mighty tough. Tests has been conducted in Japan where these cells are "cooked" to 70 degrees C without much detrimental effect !! It this true ?
I have been using them for about a month now and I really like them they have a load of punch and lots of run time... now as far a temp is concerned.. they tend to like heat but 70C is pushing it
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Did you try F-Lines with the 23T motors?
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I have been using them for about a month now and I really like them they have a load of punch and lots of run time... now as far a temp is concerned.. they tend to like heat but 70C is pushing it
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You're right 'bout them liking to be heated up.....I've done a test charging them in an air-conditioned room with an ambient temp of around 20 degees C and another test in my pit , ambient temp around 34 degrees C and conclusion is that they performed best in hotter ambient than cold. ....though they tend to have more run time in cooler ambient.
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