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Old 10-12-2003, 06:08 PM   #31
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If two motors (both said to be properly rebuilt) both perform poorly I would look somewhere else for the cause... why dont you borrow a known "fast" motor to make a run with... if it is slow then your problem lies else where but if it flys buy one just like it.
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Old 10-12-2003, 06:17 PM   #32
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i did that this morning....i just assembled my new xxx-t MF truck...snap a new p2k2...and i was happy with it...it was fast and it ran cool too...i was able to keep up with the experts and increased my lap time from 14 5:1313 to 15 5:36......our track is small.....'cause the expert mod guys only run 16 lap pace....theres a 20% chance that the first three willl get 16 actually...anyways...i'm gonna try to change the arm..if this doesnt work...i'll try to find someone that can zap the mags or just send them back to trinity again...thx for the help guys
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Old 10-12-2003, 06:21 PM   #33
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I was really wondering why he was recutting the comm after seating the brushes... Even if you just skim the com, you are still changing the diameter after the brushes have seated to the diameter of the comm prior to the cut...

If you think if it, the best way to seat brushes would be by using a slave motor to drive the one you are breaking in... No worry about arcing during the break in...

to tell you the truth i just got that idea from Big Jims motor black book...and it works for me, it gives my motor top end w/o sacrificing torque...so if you think it doesnt work then don't do it...you do wht works for you...
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