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Old 04-23-2004, 10:03 PM   #1
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Default How low of a turn can an MSC handle?

Yeah, or should I say how low can the resistor go?? Help me so I don't blow something up.
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Old 04-23-2004, 10:12 PM   #2
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Default How low of a turn can an MSC handle?

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If you are talking about the MSC from your Tamiya TL01.

I fried mine with a 27T Stock Motor and the 19 tooth pinion.

Cough up the dough for a budget ESC.
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nah I need the MSC so I can run a batt. box the servos eat the 1500 I have BTW I run a 27 turn and 19 tooth worked fine since I got it
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Old 04-23-2004, 11:14 PM   #4
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you will be able to run a 23turn sport tuned motor and thats about it. I fryed mine with a monster stock in my tb01 when i had it
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I remember when i started 12 years ago, i ran a 12*2motor with my msc, a kyosho rotary..it never failed!
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I ran my stock TL01 witha Team Atlas 18T and it didnt have any problems, although its was just around a car park for and hour or so
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what vehicle are you running this in?
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Old 04-24-2004, 07:25 AM   #8
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i would stick to stock, and you say your servos eat your battries??

you can get some 2400 really cheap these days
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yeah but my first importance is my nitro car and this question was for a friend. He doesn't have a computer yet his old one broke
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Default my bandit had a 20t, and msc, and that was the standard parts, so definetley near 20t

but. yes, the BIG but. it fried only yesterday...
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My first rc was a tamiya monster beetle . And I but a trinity monster mash 2 in it with whatever gear the silver can had.7 cell pack and it cracked the ceramic coating off the register one cool night and u could see it glowing Orange. I thought it was awesome. And from what I can remember never went completely out
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Years ago I had a Boomerang with a Technigold motor. Never burnt out the msc on that, and it was about a 21 turn on a heavy 4wd off-roader.
It got hot enough to fry eggs on though
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