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Old 03-31-2004, 01:47 PM   #1
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just got one of these motors, just wondering if anybodys been running these and if so what brush's and spring combo's u've been running???

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Old 03-31-2004, 01:50 PM   #2
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hey,

thought there would be, but i cant seem to find it, as you can see im new to this forum so if you could add a link or give some advice that would be realy kool,

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Run purples on both sides with a 767 or a trinity 4503....trim the trailing edge about .010 on both the + and - brush....break it in for 120 seconds at 3 volts.

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or try purple/sliver i think purple pos and silvers neg and make a 45 degree cut on the brush and cut the traling edge off and youll have one fast moter break in for about 150 to 200 second or just just take some practice laps. also these brushes some times run better after the serations are warn off

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hey,

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Silver is stiffer than purple.....and I can't remember ever when a stiffer spring on the negative worked.......its either stiffer on the positive or equal for both....

The straight cut does the samething, but is much easier to do and measure....45 degree cuts look cool though.....


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Straight and 45 degree are not the same and they act diffeerent on the track.
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its not a presist 45 its a more guess 45 angle cut and after looking at my binary i think silver is pos and purp is neg but try both ways cuz it doesnt hurt

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hey guys,

thanx for the info, ive now got some "testing" to do. the motor came with purple springs on both sides, but some one here told me to try v-cut 4383 mod brush's, ive seen him run like that and he was quik, anywho thanx again for the info

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