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Old 06-08-2008, 06:47 PM   #301
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This is why the sensor wire should be removable (shredded wires)

Did it drag the concrete or something? I have very small scratch on my can, but the wires are still good. Removable harness would be nice, but you could always do what I am doing to secure the wires.
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Old 06-08-2008, 07:04 PM   #302
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Rob, not sure. Had my wires just like you actually. Took the shrink off when i took the picture though.
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I damaged my sensor harness by hitting the wall.
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Old 06-08-2008, 08:17 PM   #304
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And to fix a motor with a non-detachable sensor harness would violate the ROAR brushless rules if you had to take it apart all the way to the sensor.

All new motors are supposed to have dye, or something, on the solder tabs under the bearing cover to prevent tampering.
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And to fix a motor with a non-detachable sensor harness would violate the ROAR brushless rules if you had to take it apart all the way to the sensor.

All new motors are supposed to have dye, or something, on the solder tabs under the bearing cover to prevent tampering.
I just re-read the rules. Is that an addendum?
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Old 06-09-2008, 09:32 AM   #306
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If you would like to have the wire repaired please send the motor to:

Attn:Kyle Bergstrom
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2122 W. 5TH PL.
Tempe AZ 85281

We can install a new wire at a very minimal charge.
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Old 06-09-2008, 05:12 PM   #307
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If you would like to have the wire repaired please send the motor to:

Attn:Kyle Bergstrom
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2122 W. 5TH PL.
Tempe AZ 85281

We can install a new wire at a very minimal charge.
Awesome, thats good to know. What do you think the turn around time is to get a motor repaired?
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Awesome, thats good to know. What do you think the turn around time is to get a motor repaired?
Right now we should be able to turn it around in 2-3 days from the time we receive it.
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Old 06-22-2008, 03:30 PM   #309
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My E40 5.5T just died, f...k! Magnets splitted into parts, completely separated from shaft, anyone had this problem? Not running hot, only 2s2p, ratio 10.5 on xxx-s, what could be the reason??
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Congrats to Kyle Bergstrom and Hacker 17.5 for TQ and winning ROAR Paved Onroad Nats. in 1/12 Great job Kyle!!!!
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Old 06-22-2008, 06:02 PM   #311
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Congrats Kyle way to lay it down...
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I picked up a hacker 17.5 yesterday morning before the qualifiers started after running a Novak 17.5 in the first two qualifiers and my lap times were instantly .3 faster just from the motor swap. I am now a hacker customer for the forseeable future. That thing is BAAADDDD!!! Thanks to Kyle for the gearing help and congrats on your win today!

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Has anyone used a Hacker 17.5 with four cell for Vintage Trans Am?
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Has anyone used a Hacker 17.5 with four cell for Vintage Trans Am?
per Brian McGreevy...

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