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Old 07-14-2004, 12:33 AM   #106
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Get an Orion Touring or Peak Sedan motor. A lot more torque than the modified version. I suggest an 11 or 12 turn for your size track.
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Pretty much what I had been thinking.
Not worth getting the Hara version?

I saw the Peak one on stormer hobbies today, looks near identical. 'scuse my n00biness but are peak and orion connected or is it badge engineering or has peak copied the design?
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Old 07-14-2004, 07:47 AM   #108
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Hara version comes with sprint brushes while the touring/sedan version comes with enduro brushes. Sprint = 6 to 10 runs before you have to cut the com, slightly faster, slightly harder on your batts. Enduro = at least 20 runs before you have to cut the comm, slightly slower but still plently fast, friendlier on batts. After trying both, I am using enduro for practicing and club racing. No complaints at all.
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Hara version comes with sprint brushes while the touring/sedan version comes with enduro brushes. Sprint = 6 to 10 runs before you have to cut the com, slightly faster, slightly harder on your batts. Enduro = at least 20 runs before you have to cut the comm, slightly slower but still plently fast, friendlier on batts. After trying both, I am using enduro for practicing and club racing. No complaints at all.

me to prefer using a enduro brush. hav a v2 mod blue endbell 10x2 and 9x2. my 10x2 run it with 17 batts already still the performance is der.
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Old 07-14-2004, 08:56 AM   #110
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The way I understand it, Peak and Orion are seperate companies, under the same ownership. So essentially they share their designs and resources. Joe may be able to shed more light if he's reading this.
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Old 07-20-2004, 04:40 PM   #112
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Hi guys! I run a Surikarn Peak Vantage 11x2 which currently has enduro brushes in them. Comm has been cut twice after twenty or so runs each. Brushes were not changed. After the second cut, the car started glitching. Never had a glitch on this car before. Could the shortened brushes be the cause of glitching? Heard that with mod motors, shortened brushes can cause glitching> Is this correct? Also, after how many runs/cuts do you change enduro brushes? Checked my receiver out and so a fair amount of dirt so I cleaned it out with contact cleaner but I am stlii worried about running the car. Should I change the brushes even if they dont look too short yet?
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I'd change the brushes if I were you and also make sure the cap's in the endbell are good and cleaned.
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Old 07-20-2004, 11:54 PM   #114
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Guys,

Anyone tried putting their V2 Endbells on Quad-mag cans like the D6 (is it possible) Any performance review on this?

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Old 07-21-2004, 01:23 AM   #115
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Anyone tried putting their V2 Endbells on Quad-mag cans like the D6 (is it possible) Any performance review on this?

Thanks!
Yes i have tried putting a 10t dbl D5 armature in an EPIC quad mag can with V2 bell. very smooth spool up, not as fast as D5, but revs about the same ide say. Also, when you let off the gas, there is hardly any resistance so the car seems to freewheel a lot more off power..
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I got a few quick questions on the V2 based motors:

1. What are the timing steps? There are no numbers so i don't know what counts as what.

2. Any have pictures of there V2 wired up and a diode installed?

3. What is a good initial timing selection or timing range on this motor?

4. Any general " # over the wind" gearing recommendation?

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Each "tick" mark on the can is 6 degrees.

Nope, don't have pictures, sorry.

I go between 12 and 18 degrees of timing with my 11x1 and I'm gearing it at about a 9.0 starting and make changes from there.

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if you dont want to mess with it 18 seems like the magic # as far as timing go. And the # of turns you want will depend on your skill level and who you are racing with. If you dont even tap the board and all you friends run 10s get a 9 or a 10. But if you are fairly new and cant really handle the full speed without hitting alot i would go with more of like a 13 or a 14.
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Default Spare armatures ?

I am interested in trying this motor out but before I do that, where do you guys get spare armatures for these motors ?
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I saw on the orion website, for TC 7 over the wind and for truck 9 over the wind. I would start there.
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