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Old 12-21-2004, 06:03 AM   #151
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That's the one.My track runs them under mod rules,so cutting the tab is o.k..One other thing,the reedy based 19 turn that they have is a bit smoother than the blue one.Not necessarily faster.Mario.
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thanks again lotus!!!


i've tried the other 19t motor from matrix, both the reedy QUADMAG replic and the handwound modified.....
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Old 12-31-2004, 05:23 PM   #153
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Can anybody give me some brush and spring suggestions for the Orion element? I'm actually running it off-road in 2wd buggy, but I think it'll be pretty much the same thing besides gearing.
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Old 12-31-2004, 05:36 PM   #154
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reorder the stock ones, that is what I run, or you can do, Trinity red springs and Reedy 767's, this is also what I do, hope this helps
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Dino, in my opinion, 23t just will not have support here. 27t stock motors are pretty fast, 19t are a great middle ground to mod. We have run a 19t class here for years, and it is a great class. I think the current setup of 27t Stock, 19t Spec Mod and Mod are pretty good. The more options we have for "Spec" type racing, the more we dilute fields.

Back to 19t. I had a Yokomo Can 19t I just could not get to stop my car from glitching... Went with a Epic can, and it all stopped.

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Old 12-31-2004, 07:10 PM   #156
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George that is illegal to run, no hybrid motors.
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Old 01-01-2005, 10:51 AM   #157
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Can anyone give me a good setup for the Kisbey 19turn w/ the Yok can and the Fantom arm?

Right now I'm using 4383's w/ hole in neg brush

Green neg.....red pos

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Old 01-02-2005, 08:03 PM   #158
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Can someone give me a good brush/spring rollout combo for a c2 for 12th scale on road.
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Does anybody know the part number for the C2 Armature that fits in the proforce Storm2 motor from Promatch. The comm was getting kinda small so I went and bought a new armature. Put the car down on the track and my car ran in reverse. I knew that I didn't solder that wires backwards. So after looking at the windings I noticed that they are wrapped in the opposite direction as my old armature. Where can I find the old armature or do i just wire the leads backwards? Thanks.
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Does anybody know the part number for the C2 Armature that fits in the proforce Storm2 motor from Promatch. The comm was getting kinda small so I went and bought a new armature. Put the car down on the track and my car ran in reverse. I knew that I didn't solder that wires backwards. So after looking at the windings I noticed that they are wrapped in the opposite direction as my old armature. Where can I find the old armature or do i just wire the leads backwards? Thanks.
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Kumpol,
Sounds like you purchased a crosswraped arm, to fix this you should switch the polarity of the endbell by putting neg. side on pos. side and vice versa. The arm in the C2 is called a hemi wrap arm.
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Thanks....I was looking at Tower earlier today and couldn't decide which one to use.
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Don't you race down at Fernando's track? I remember you. So I hear your gonna be running the R40? Good. Find me a setup so I can come back down again. See ya guys soon. Your going to snowbirds, right?
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The Hemi wound will be faster than the crosswrapped one but is not stricly legal for ROAR races.
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Vassago,
Yes, it will be slightly faster than the crosswrap due to the arm ending up with about a 1/2 turn less. As far as Roar rules there is nothing in 19t that states it is illegal, now stock, thats another strory.
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