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Old 10-27-2004, 01:18 PM   #226
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The Peak Vantage Spashett Edition motor is scheduled for release at the begining of 2005 in the US. The motors are already available in Europe.
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Old 10-28-2004, 05:41 AM   #227
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Can't seem to find what brush/spring combo the Hara edition motor comes with. Can anyone help. Also I plan on running the Orion mod motor in Pro10 carpet class this year. The track we are running on will be 100X48. Any suggestions on what Orion mod I should run? I was thinking a Hara 8X1. I haven't tried one yet so I might be alittle out of my element here. Also what should I gear the car at?. Any thought would be appreciated. Thanks
Good question. What brushes do the hara motors come with?
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Old 10-28-2004, 09:07 AM   #228
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Blue (modified) - 5mm armature web, enduro brushes, off-road winds
Black (touring) - 4mm armature web, enduro brushes, touring winds
Green (Steenari) - 4 mm armature web, sprint brushes, off-road winds
Purple (Hara) - 4mm armature web, sprint brushes, touring winds
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Noticed that my Sprint brushes were totally finished after about 70 packs thru them. When i got my V2s i just dumped the sprint brushes in a parts container alongwith one set of Enduro-brushes. The question is now: What the hell is the differences in looks between Enduro and Sprint? It's impossible to sort them out..
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Old 10-28-2004, 09:48 AM   #230
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Noticed that my Sprint brushes were totally finished after about 70 packs thru them. When i got my V2s i just dumped the sprint brushes in a parts container alongwith one set of Enduro-brushes. The question is now: What the hell is the differences in looks between Enduro and Sprint? It's impossible to sort them out..
I think the sprint brushes have the silver colored shunt wires.and the enduros are copper and slightly longer.
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My enduros shunts are not copper in looks, they are silver, I can not tell the difference between the two.
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Old 10-28-2004, 11:07 AM   #232
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It's only the new ones that have Copper and Silver braids, the old ones looks the same. Well, I cant tell the difference anyway.... I also mixed them up one time and I just put them inn and did not worry about it at all, LOL!! Motor was still fast enough!!
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Old 10-28-2004, 06:03 PM   #233
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The Sprints have a shorter shunt than the Enduro's. I remember it as : Sprint = fewer runs = shorter shunt. Enduro's = more runs = longer shunt.

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Old 10-28-2004, 06:16 PM   #234
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Keep up?
The Orion/Peak drivers took the top 4 spots so I guess the others could not keep up that well....
Also, in Europe we only use 12t and the Reedy and Trinity motors etc. are not any faster at all, just allot more work IMO!

I have tested allot with the V2's and I have found them to be better than anything else I have tested. It is not just me either, all of my friends tells me the same thing!
Dyno'd my 12 single hs revolution tonight on the cs dyno and it pulled 42k rpm and 208w whereas my Pt 12 double got 46k rpm and 238w
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Old 10-28-2004, 09:05 PM   #236
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Let me preface this by saying, I really like my 11x1 Peak Surikarn Edition.

But, maybe this explains why the Orion/Peak drivers at the Reedy race were running motors a turn or two lower than the Epic/Reedy guys.

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Old 10-28-2004, 09:56 PM   #237
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If I'm not mistaken, I think Hara was running a 5 turn at Reedy!
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I don't doubt that!
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I think with tbe V2 you are "able" to go with lower turns, not necessarily have to. In the Uk and Europe we are limited to 12 turns, and the V2's seem to have gone well...........
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Can anyone tell me, does the V2 need to be broken in or is it pre-broken in? If i have to break it in are there any certain tips for this motor? I assumed i didnt have to break it in since its not in the instructions, but just wanted to check! Thanks
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