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Old 06-02-2004, 08:42 AM   #1
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Default 540 can motor 4 slot vs. 2 slot

I know nothing about the 540 can motors that are run in many of the TCS races. I have a friend who is running in one in his Tamiya Mini (we have a pretty good class of them at our club races). Are there any differences in the motors with 4 holes in the can vs the 2 hole cans? If so which is more desirable? What tricks can be used on these motors, besides the obvious water dipping.


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Old 06-02-2004, 08:46 AM   #2
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Default Well the fastest 540's I've seen .....

were submerged and flushed clean (between each race) in CRC lectra clean motor cleaning fluid.
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theres johnson and mabuchi....and ive heard...may not be true...that the ones with a white plastic part around the motor tabs are abit faster...i think its a johnson if i can remember

but theyre about the same to me
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