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Old 09-13-2008, 12:21 AM   #16
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Hi, Lutach

Thanks for arrange the test, we are looking forward to getting some reponses from the testers.
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Old 09-29-2008, 07:54 PM   #17
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hi guys,

any gearing tips? i have the 60a with the 9 t and 5.5 t motor

i gear 9t at 5.73(45'c), 5.5t at 6.2(5 minutes about 53'c)

i notice can change timing of the motor, what the advantage?

thanks in advance
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Old 09-30-2008, 03:22 PM   #18
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Hobbywing - PM sent....
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Hobby wing you have pm regarding gearing
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Old 10-02-2008, 01:27 AM   #20
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Hobby wing you have pm regarding gearing
please share with me too....i have already posted mine gearing.
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We have played with the 12t version of the motor in a 4WD Mini Xpress using a 35-38mm rollout. The motor goes hard !!!
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please share with me too....i have already posted mine gearing.
I wanted to know gearing for a 2wd truck
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I wanted to know gearing for a 2wd truck
what kv rating?

i gear the 4300kv at about 5.7, motor not too hot..

5.5t about 6.2......

2wd stadium truck i dunno, but i still dunno about Bl timing....
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Has anyone tried this in a 1/12th scale?
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Has anyone tried this in a 1/12th scale?
Yes, I have.
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what kv rating?

i gear the 4300kv at about 5.7, motor not too hot..

5.5t about 6.2......

2wd stadium truck i dunno, but i still dunno about Bl timing....
The 10t.....3900kv, I think?
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One of the drivers Hobbywing and I are sponsoring will be trying the eZRun 60A with the 8.5T in his ZX5 at Trax70. He loves the 18A and 35A. He also won a oval race at the LHS' modified Recoil class with the eZRun 35A ESC.
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I've noticed some sites advertising these and their rebadged copies as "Dustproof and Waterproof" Is this the case?

If not, how tolerant are they considering the boat esc seems quite similar besides water jackets on the heatsink.
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It is dust proof but i dont know about water proof, i hope it is then i can run my truck in the rain
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Is this actually a 540 motor as I was told it was a 380 size motor, just with the can mounts up as a 540?

Is it a Sintered Rotor?

What FDR (ball park area) would we gear a 1:10 Truck at such as a Stampede or a Evader

Some stores claim the 60A esc can shut down if motor temp is too high? Can it? How is this possible for a sensorless system.
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