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Old 10-26-2009, 05:49 PM   #1
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Default i wanna crank the timming up on my motor,which way?

im looking to get alittle more power out of my motor,as im looking down at the endbell,do i turn it clockwise or counterclockwise to get alittle more power?im running a orion v2 13.5
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Anti-clockwise. Which is the opposite direction to your rotor as it turns.
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Anti-clockwise. Which is the opposite direction to your rotor as it turns.
to the left but not to much u wouldnt want to blow the motor
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