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Old 02-10-2006, 11:40 PM   #376
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sorry laydown version did no tunning to it right out of the package
i don't know have not replaced mine yet and i ran it all summer
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Old 02-11-2006, 06:11 AM   #377
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Hi. i recently bought a Atlas 19t. and this motor blew up on the first battery pack.. but when i opened the motor too look at the arm. but it was'nt a atlas arm it said COR19 on the arm.
Anyone know what kind of arm this is? My first tought was Corally, but i'm not sure.
Anyway, before the motor blew up. it had incredible speed.
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Old 02-11-2006, 12:12 PM   #378
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If you are truely interested in a great 19T with extremely low maintenance I would recommend the Checkpoint motor. You really should change the brushes from the stock coppers to their silver Infinity brush. My son has been driving a production version for several days and it is better than any C2 or Quad we have ever run. We have 20-25 runs on it with the same brushes, and
the lap times have been excellent. It seems to like gearing similar to a Quad in T/C and even more in offroad. It doesn't get hot and you aren't throwing brushes away every 1-2 runs. It has been worth the wait!
Where did you get a Checkpoint 19t??? I thought they weren't even out yet!
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Old 02-14-2006, 10:51 AM   #379
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EddieO: Sushiboy said not to ask him so i hope you dont mind if i ask you instead ... hehehe ... why do the reedy based 19T hoods like to be aligned this way? what gains can be expected? .... and should we adjust anything else (ie. springs, gearing, etc) when aligning this way given it reduces timing by 1-2 degs? thanks in advance!

If you align them by brush wear you retard the timing by 1-3degrees.

They need to be perfectly across from each other using an alignment bar..
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Old 02-14-2006, 12:53 PM   #380
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I had in the past ran my 19t v2 at 4.2 on standard brushes and springs on a hpi pro4, small spur big pinion, needed fans on it to keep the motor from melting lol but this is how you get them to work.
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Old 02-14-2006, 01:15 PM   #381
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y only run it at 4.2?
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Old 02-14-2006, 01:41 PM   #382
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If you go any higher it seems to go slower possibly due to a thermal meltdown lol
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Old 02-14-2006, 04:21 PM   #383
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Where did you get a Checkpoint 19t??? I thought they weren't even out yet!

YOUR CORRECT THEY AREN'T OUT YET. CHECKPOINT IS WORKING ON THE 1ST PRODUCTION RUN WHICH WILL BE SHIPPED SOON. NOTE THE SIGNATURE AT THE BOTTOM. LAP TIMES IN OFFROAD WITH THE 19T HAVE BEEN AS FAST AS THE FACTORY MOD DRIVERS. 40 RUNS WITH 2 SKIM CUTS AND THE SAME INFINITY BRUSHES!
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anyone has any feedback on the new integy z-zone (evo) 19T motor?
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anyone has any feedback on the new integy z-zone (evo) 19T motor?
Very good. I got quite a few in stock.. I will post a pic with dyno sheet as soon as I shrink down the file size..
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Ok here it is

EVO30 19t tuned by Axiom Motors.

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Old 02-14-2006, 10:17 PM   #387
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Ok here it is

EVO30 19t tuned by Axiom Motors.
my 19t (chameleons)are pulling 154watts at 28 amps and 165 watts at 30amps
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my 19t (chameleons)are pulling 154watts at 28 amps and 165 watts at 30amps
6 watts - not a huge difference. How tight is the power band? Also only being 6 watts away from a well known motor is a good start on a new motor on the market..By the way this one is tuned for Offroad as well.
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6 watts - not a huge difference. How tight is the power band? Also only being 6 watts away from a well known motor is a good start on a new motor on the market..
here are the #

rpm torq watt ef amps
29879 2.8 62 59 15.0
28362 4.0 84 67 17.9
25707 6.3 120 77 22.1
25072 6.9 128 73 24.9
23333 8.9 154 78 28.0
22957 9.7 165 78 30.0

thats on the first run after the break in , I will tweak it a little more tomorow
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Old 02-14-2006, 10:37 PM   #390
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So what are we doing? Having a tune off?
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