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Old 01-29-2010, 03:16 PM   #136
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Anyone running X12 motors?
Most running Lrp stockspecs are running x12's
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Old 01-29-2010, 03:27 PM   #137
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Got my StockSpec... Rick and Burito.. Please check your PM and reply.

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Old 01-30-2010, 07:06 AM   #138
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SXX SS number 1 & 2 after three rounds of qualifyings at the ETS

http://www.myrcm.ch/de/ets/29012010_...ock/index.html


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Old 01-30-2010, 07:49 AM   #139
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@Robert: yes, there will be a Nosram version as well (Pearl SpecRacing #90910). Should be available end of February.

@Stein: first lot went to USA (for Snowbirds) and now backorders will be fulfilled, but it may take several weeks until they're available worldwide unfortunately!

@krat: when using a fan, and you stay with boost profiles 0-2, the motor limit is identical as SXX TC. So it's ok to use 3.5t with 5-cells, as I don't think this is what you plan to use with LiPo's...
need the nosram version.
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Burito - great news! Can't wait to see them in the USA! There are Tekins here everywhere!
yep, those tekins are killing us here in the pi.
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Now where's the animated smileys that say; "This thread is worthless without FDRs, roll-outs, and speedo settings"?

Anyways, if available Rick it would be greatly appreciated if you could get some of the above information from the team for the Stock Spec and X-12 (13.5) motors.

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Old 01-30-2010, 01:29 PM   #142
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this X12 motor is a different beast.

X12 17.5 starting point would be great also.
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Thanks Walt! I appreciate it.

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this X12 motor is a different beast.

X12 17.5 starting point would be great also.
This is what I ended up with today..... I was only able to get 4 runs on it today, but better than nothing 'eh?

Feel 5
boost 6
5.85 FDR
4 dot timing....

Not saying it is the end all, but it was wicked fast, 180s with 1 30mm fan, 95'ish straight fast layout.

Your milage may vary....

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This is what I ended up with today..... I was only able to get 4 runs on it today, but better than nothing 'eh?

Feel 5
boost 6
5.85 FDR
4 dot timing....

Not saying it is the end all, but it was wicked fast, 180s with 1 30mm fan, 95'ish straight fast layout.

Your milage may vary....

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Wow... that is a LOT of timing... 4 dots is close to 50 isn't it? I believe 1 dot is 28-32 degrees.
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Wow... that is a LOT of timing... 4 dots is close to 50 isn't it? I believe 1 dot is 28-32 degrees.
4 dot is -10 on the motor from whatever mystery number 2 dot is.....

EAs' take on it is that 4 dot is 28-32 (as you noted), which would put 2 dot at 38-42, and 1 dot at 43-47ish.

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4 dot is -10 on the motor.

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I heard on the forum here that 4 dot is in fact -10.. but the 4 dot timing actually was 28-32 degrees of REAL timing.

Burito, Rick - anyone can confirm?
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For my fellow Europeans, looks like the first batches hit the Ebay stores in Germany for 219 Euros.

US price that I've found so far is 240 $ = 175 Euros
But it looks like the US stores are already waiting on the 2nd batch since
the 1st batch went to the pre-orders.

Buying as I type
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Does LRP even sponsor stock on-road racers in the U.S.? I don't know of any at my local track. It's probably a good thing they aren't seeing how ROAR is making the stock class a true stock class.
Most Associated drivers are LRP
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I don't think Associated sponsors any stock drivers though.
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