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Old 07-04-2007, 11:14 PM   #1186
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Try new Yokomo 23T stock motor with new endbell (like checkpoint endbell)
What Patrick mean is the motor is hand out by the race organizer,you can't use other brand of motor.

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RR is a RPM base motor,try gear ratio of 6.0,and fine tune from there.

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Old 07-05-2007, 07:53 PM   #1188
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hey Patrick.... i can tell you just how to gear it for use at tamiya usa...... .................. ...........poof......................lol
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Old 07-05-2007, 09:48 PM   #1189
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Jason, your gearing advice would be scary at best.
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Old 07-05-2007, 09:52 PM   #1190
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If any of you 23t guys are interested we are blowing out some Inventory on 23t's:

http://www.axiommotors.com/electric-...n-c-21_78.html
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If any of you 23t guys are interested we are blowing out some Inventory on 23t's:

http://www.axiommotors.com/electric-...n-c-21_78.html
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What Patrick mean is the motor is hand out by the race organizer,you can't use other brand of motor.

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RR is a RPM base motor,try gear ratio of 6.0,and fine tune from there.

cheers
Tamiya actually made two RR type 23 turn motors. One was a chrome can that was more torque and the other was a gunmetal grey color which was suppose to be more RPM's . Last year we used the gunmetal type. Fred has been know to suprise us with a different motor,he says based on what they are overstocked with at the warehouse.:confu sed:
Soooooooooooooo, don't shocked if Fred pulls a fast one and brings the RZ type motors for us to use!
I'll try to post pictures of all the motors we've used. I think I have them all ,still?
Just my 2$
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Old 07-06-2007, 10:10 AM   #1193
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my memory banks are overloaded, but didn't we run around 6.5 last year at the tcss nats? or was it 6.25?
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You can play around with brush and spring to get more out of your motor
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Old 07-07-2007, 12:38 AM   #1195
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Care to elaborate on that?
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quick question, what are the pros and cons of having standard brushes over the laydown versions and vise versa?
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Ok,for laydown,i use Reedy 767 Stock Motor Brush,for stand-up,i use Reedy 729 brush.
I always use 14 lb spring at positive and standard spring on Negative.

Try it,your motor will put out some power and rpm for you
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Try new Yokomo 23T stock motor with new endbell (like checkpoint endbell)
here you go for the new yokomo motor basically it using three different motor design the motor can front part remain yokomo design, vent hole are similiar to Orion, and the endbell are like CP endbell.
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quick question, what are the pros and cons of having standard brushes over the laydown versions and vise versa?
hi imel!

basically standup brushes configured 23t produce more torque compared to laydown configured 23t that are RPMish..

both should do fine in racing. correct Gearing is the only way to achieve peak peformance.
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