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Old 11-08-2003, 10:24 AM   #136
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Super Steve;

That seems WAY too low of a gear ratio for just about any 19T. I have been running an Orion 'Element' 19T and had to gear it 3 teeth taller compared to my Monster Stock on the same track.

From talking to my racing Buddies, most of the 19T Motors need to be geared slightly taller than what you would with a Stock Motor. Most 19 Turns have about the same RPM as a Stock Motor, but GOBS of Torque and Power and will handle the taller gearing.

The slipping Diff(s) and torque should be a clue. Try starting with something in the mid to low 7's and I'll bet it will be alot better for you. Monitor the performance and Motor temperature, then adjust accordingly.
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Old 11-08-2003, 10:26 AM   #137
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I would start around 7.5 to 7.3. You want to gear one right around where you gear a fast stock motor. Maybe one pinion smaller.
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Old 11-08-2003, 09:33 PM   #138
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I drive a Losi XXX-S and I need your advise in gearing for 19 turn. I use a Banzai 19x1 motor. I have a 128/64 pitch spur and run with 3300 batteries. Whats the best pinion(tooth) to use?




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Old 11-12-2003, 08:42 PM   #139
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whats the popular format for 19t racing the US?

Machine wound, fixed timing - 19 turns

or

Hand wound, adjustable timing - 19 turns

or are both types common ?
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Old 11-12-2003, 08:58 PM   #140
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depends who you ask It was all fixed timing machine wound motors but it seems that ROAR is going to the adjustable timing hand wound route. Personally I like the adjustable timing handwound motors because your more likely to get a fast motor since they're handwound. With the machine wound motors it's pretty much hit or miss if you get a fast one
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Old 11-17-2003, 04:21 AM   #141
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Does the Reedy 767/766 combo work on 19 turns?

What about Putnam blue /green? Or is that overkill?
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Haven't tried it yet. Something to play with though
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Old 11-18-2003, 09:41 AM   #144
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Does the Reedy 767/766 combo work on 19 turns?

What about Putnam blue /green? Or is that overkill?
The Putnams do not seen to work well on Motors that have a softer copper in the Com (everything but Trinity).

I have had good luck with Trinity #4503's in the laydown 19T's.
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ok, thanks!
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do you guys have any experience with the Matrix v10R 19T spec (BLUE CAN)????
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putnams make a c2 fly
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do you guys have any experience with the Matrix v10R 19T spec (BLUE CAN)????


anyone???????????
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Great power.Keep it at 24 degree for oval,Drop it back to about 12-14 degrees for offroad or touring.Will hang with 12-14 turn mods at that for offroad.Love it.Mario. BTW,I use putnam green+...Reedy 766- for offroad....767-766 for oval.
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thanks lotus......

just to assure we're talking about the same motor.....

the attached is the motor i'm asking about.....

I'm confused because you mentioned reducing timing, but this motor is locked (obviously I can cut the lock )
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