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Old 05-27-2004, 08:50 PM   #46
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what about a 17T 2wind motor?

what gear ratio I should run?
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Old 05-27-2004, 08:51 PM   #47
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Well, I think you would need to provide some more info, like car, batteries, track, etc you are using before someone can help you with gearing.....

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Thanks Sushi....

BTW: How do you guys shave your brushes? Brush factory? or is there another method?
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Old 05-27-2004, 09:42 PM   #49
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Got it, thank you Eddie.

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Thanks Sushi....

BTW: How do you guys shave your brushes? Brush factory? or is there another method?
Brush factory or some other sort of brush cutter woul dbe best. Because you need to have everythign centered and even on both sides. A brush cutter just works alot faster and easier. If your really super careful with a file I bet you could do it though.

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Do you guys know a a good setup(brush/spring/timing) for the reedy pt. A friend is running a 10x1 in mod 1/12th scale.

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Try the Reedy 729 with Green/Green Springs and about 8-10 degrees of timing. Its a good starting point.....

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Try the Reedy 729 with Green/Green Springs and about 8-10 degrees of timing. Its a good starting point.....

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You can just put a V2 endbell on the KR

Anyone hear when the V2 endbell kit is gonna come out
Don't do that, the KR uses a bigger comm it won't work.
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Old 05-28-2004, 04:34 AM   #55
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Try: http://www.rcshoproal.nl/easyshopmak...otororion.html

For all your team Orion stuff
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Old 05-28-2004, 08:39 AM   #56
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Thanks BTW: How did you come up with that s/n?

If I can get a Element/Dynasty V2 for .95 more than a endbell kit I'd take it....Wouldn't mind having a 19t arm/can around....I need some motor cans
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See als rcauto.pagina.nl

it is a site with a lot of links.

That is how I found that site.

What do you think of the new team orion 19T V2 engine?

It looks killer to me, specially because we may only run fixed timing engines in the Netherlands during the Nationals.
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Old 05-28-2004, 09:44 AM   #58
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I am going to start running mod again and was hoping everyone here would use this thread to help one another to get some growth in modified racing across the country.

This weekend i ran mod for the first time in 5 years with a d-5 i have been looking into gettin a v2 orion does anyone have expieriance with motor and the ready krypto line of motors!
Check out Banzai modified motors, they are absolutely insane!! Hand wound to any turn you want, for the price you simply can't get better motor!!

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Fatdoggy I run the PT 9dbl in my 12th scale.use reedy 728 brushes set timing about 12degrees use the springs that come with the motor but bend them 180 to be stiffer hope it helps
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Fatdoggy I run the PT 9dbl in my 12th scale.use reedy 728 brushes set timing about 12degrees use the springs that come with the motor but bend them 180 to be stiffer hope it helps
Thanks mate, you run at mimi's on wed? If so am talking about To's motor.
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