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Old 10-12-2009, 11:08 PM   #1
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Hi guys..i just got my first 2 rc..its a tamiya m05 and tt01 kits..i just finished assembling them both and i was wondering if in electric how do i maintain the motors performance. . like do i have to put something in the motor every after run??thanks..im using a tamiya super stock rz and a sport tuned motor..thanks :-)pls help me..
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A good thing to do would be to blow out any debris with compressed air after each day or run and lube the bushings with a drop of RC motor oil. A drop on each end of the motor. For a more thorough cleaning you can use motor spray to clean and then re-lube the bushings.

We run the TT-01 and M-03/M-04/M-05 at our club and they are a blast.
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Old 10-26-2009, 07:17 AM   #3
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Cool..but can i use just the standard industrial all purpose oil?im from the phil and i just cant seem to find a certain RC MOTOR OIL. . :-) Are these available in any hardware?(Alternatives) Thanks..
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