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Old 09-24-2003, 03:11 PM   #31
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As far as cooling feature....those spiral-like cuts in the endbell are for cooling...
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Old 09-24-2003, 03:54 PM   #32
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I believe it is still a standard sized armature so regular lathes will work.
Thx Mo. Hey, Im gonna be at SpeedWorld on October 1st for some practice. Think you can help me with my yokomo SD ?
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Thx Mo. Hey, Im gonna be at SpeedWorld on October 1st for some practice. Think you can help me with my yokomo SD ?
hey Rog... when you going to get a real shaft drive car.
you should try the Alex R2 'Cuda..
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Old 09-24-2003, 05:59 PM   #34
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This looks trick, and 10 turn roar rule for mod racing, so why make motors lower than 10 for onroad?
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This looks trick, and 10 turn roar rule for mod racing, so why make motors lower than 10 for onroad?
We use nothing lower than a 9*3 here in OZ but different rules for different countries. I personally use a 8 single or a 8 double for Mod.

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hey i know this might not be the proper forum but would anyone happen to know where i could get a krypton armature from thanks.
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This looks trick, and 10 turn roar rule for mod racing, so why make motors lower than 10 for onroad?
Well like it was mentioned earlier since most club level races dont have a motor limit people do buy lower turn motors. I don't know about you guys, but I do most of my racing at the club level.
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hey i know this might not be the proper forum but would anyone happen to know where i could get a krypton armature from thanks.
Try Stormer Hobbies I recently purchased some equipment from them and it seems they stock just about everything you need for electric cars.
www.stormerhobbies.com

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When Orion first annouced that they were going to develop the V2, they claimed than they would do it with square wire. Now that it is eventually coming to shops in the "near" future they don't mention this at all. Have they opted to stay with the conventional round wire?
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We use nothing lower than a 9*3 here in OZ but different rules for different countries. I personally use a 8 single or a 8 double for Mod.

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Don't listen to this guy, I bet he's only been racing electric for two weeks. What would he know!
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Don't listen to this guy, I bet he's only been racing electric for two weeks. What would he know!
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He doesn't profess to know anything, he's just saying what he uses. What's with the abuse?
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Chill out JohnA. I personally know MRIMPACT, race with him (he did begin racing electric 2 weeks ago), and he and I have bagged each other quite a bit on various forums (good natured too). I think he can take the joke.
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Trinityracinnut, you can never have to much motor.
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well said kraig but sadly enough there is a rule at roar races
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