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Old 02-23-2011, 09:35 PM   #19756
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Really? That's pretty wild
yeah,they know that there was a problem and that's how it was fixed
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Old 02-23-2011, 11:02 PM   #19757
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Yup...supposedly...I'm not banking on anything until the official announcement But I do plan on being there so we can resume our WGT battle
You're on...
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Old 02-23-2011, 11:32 PM   #19758
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Make room for one more!
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Old 02-23-2011, 11:43 PM   #19759
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Just got my shipping notification on the RS I sent in for repair! Amazing turn around time!
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Or, you two could just come to Washington for the Carpet Nats next month.

I am sure we could find a "variety show" to attend...

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Wish I could...I have to wait for some money to come in to be able to afford the air fare
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Old 02-24-2011, 12:28 AM   #19763
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I overheard at Snowbirds that the N___K motor has an issue that if the rear bearing/retainer is either over tightened or something it can actually allow the rotor to short the sensor board out.you two could just come to Washington for the Carpet Nats next month.
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Does anyone know what the ESR rating of the capacitor supplied with the RS / RSPro? The leads on mine broke off, and I'm looking for a replacement....
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Old 02-24-2011, 10:51 AM   #19765
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Does anyone know what the ESR rating of the capacitor supplied with the RS / RSPro? The leads on mine broke off, and I'm looking for a replacement....
16v 330uf.
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16v 330uf.
Yes, I know that, but I asked what the ESR rating is - there are many 330uf 16v caps out there, but all with different ESR ratings. The only statement that has been made by Tekin is that the Cap must be a 'low esr' cap. I want to know what 'lows' mean.

The lowest ESR I can find in Canada is 9mOhm - is that low enough?

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Does anyone know what the ESR rating of the capacitor supplied with the RS / RSPro? The leads on mine broke off, and I'm looking for a replacement....
Factory Part number is TEK TT3520 if you want to look around for the OEM replacement.
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Yes, I know that, but I asked what the ESR rating is - there are many 330uf 16v caps out there, but all with different ESR ratings. The only statement that has been made by Tekin is that the Cap must be a 'low esr' cap. I want to know what 'lows' mean.

The lowest ESR I can find in Canada is 9mOhm - is that low enough?

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That will work.
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Old 02-24-2011, 11:22 AM   #19769
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Hey Robert, what's going on?
Back racing after a long layoff but the techology is making me crazy. You know how us old people are about new things?

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A few things I noticed. Your rollout is close to what I run in 10.5. You should be able to pull another tooth or two and find a couple tenths.
I suspected I could pull 70.0mm at Horsham but I have been running at Jim's and mid 60's seems fast enough for me.

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I have never run a Novak motor but from what I understand, they have a lot of physical timing in them. I hear people actually run negative timing in them in boost classes like the LRP I run (-10 timing) so back the physical timing down.
I plan on running the motor at 0 deg to see if it makes a difference. I'm working on the assumption that no motor should make power with more than 60deg total timming?

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If all else fails, call me from the track and tell me what it's doing. I'll get you straight, haha.
I'll have to email you when we are going down to Horsham next time. There is life north of the belt way? Trying to get Chuck out also.
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Old 02-24-2011, 11:33 AM   #19770
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how do you set this up so there's a delay between brake and reverse using 212 ?
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