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Old 03-11-2011, 04:38 AM   #316
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The Murfdogg motor with Tekin RS series speed controller is pretty much as good as it gets. Matt has spent a crazy amount of time getting this setup to perform as good as it does. Many fast fast guys run this setup and swear by it. You cant go wrong. The other manufacture you mentioned dosent even compare to Matt's motors.
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Old 03-14-2011, 02:32 PM   #317
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I just bought a slightly used 2s 17.5 synergy. What is the stock end bell timing? My LRP X11 zero timing setting is actually 40 degrees advanced. Is 0 degrees on a Murf endbell truly 0 degrees? I have wanted to experiment with retarded static timing for low speed torque and ramp the timing up at higher rpm. (example: -10 degrees static, 40 degrees boost for an effective +30 degree advance at full rpm)
btw, using a Tekin RS esc.

Thanks for any help.
We do not publicly disclose board timing. Instead, we suggest 0 degrees max endbell timing for boosted classes.

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Old 03-14-2011, 02:43 PM   #318
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HyperMike - You will be just fine.... the 17.5 motor comes stock with a 12.3 mm rotor, which is good for ost applications. If you need more torque, you can switch to the 12.5 spec rotor, which is looking good in NON BOOSTED SCT and TC.
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Old 03-20-2011, 04:18 PM   #319
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Happy to announce our latest products MurfDogg Products!

We have new MurfDogg Team FlexFit Hats! We have flat bill, standard curved bill, curved bill mesh, and wool baseball style hats. All hats are Genuine Flexfit hats in size L/XL. They are available in two color combinations:

-Black hat with Silver, Red, and Black Lettering.
-Black hat with Flo Yellow, Flo Orange, and Blue Lettering

MurfDogg Team Hats are $20 each.
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Also new from MurfDogg is our new Pro Decal Sheets. These are 5" x 8" sheets filled with MurfDogg Logo's. Perfect for lettering your Cars, Setup Boards, Tool Boxes, and anything else you put Racing Decals on. MurfDogg Logos are printed in White with Blue and Black trim, on clear vinyl.

MurfDogg Pro Decals are $3 each.
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Old 03-25-2011, 09:40 PM   #320
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Introducing our newest ceramic bearing products:

CBS-08 - Ceramic Bearing set for Dirt Oval Clutch Bells - $12.00
- Fits all NTC3/GT2 Style clutch bells. 5mm x 9mm Flanged and 5mm x 10mm unflanged bearings.

CBS-09 - Ceramic Beraing set for Novak Brushless Motors - $14.00
- Fits Novak Ballistic and SS motors with one big, one small bearing. 1/8" x 3/8" and 3/16" x 1/4" unflanged bearings.

Both are available now!
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Old 04-04-2011, 02:27 AM   #321
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Coming Soon:

MurfDogg SuperCharger Saddle Pack Lipo Battery. Our new Saddle Packs will be ROAR Approved May 1st, 2011. They should hit the market right around the time they are approved.

Our new 4600mah 60C saddle packs are running great in testing... so well that I cant exactly give details about when and where we have been running them!!!
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Old 04-12-2011, 01:16 PM   #322
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MurfDogg 13.5 Brushless motors Dominate the TQ Grand Prix!

MurfDogg Team Driver Dave Berger TQ's and Wins the 13.5 Boosted 12th scale class. Dave powered his RC12R5.1 with a MurfDogg Supercharger 5000mah 60c Lipo battery and a MurfDogg Synergy 13.5 1s brushles motor. His car was outfitted with MurfDogg Ceramic Bearings and Silicon Nitride Diff Balls for light weight and maximum smoothness and efficiency.

In the 13.5 Non-Boosted WGT class, MurfDogg Racing Swept the podium! Dave Berger TQ'ed and won with MurfDogg Team Drivers Matt Murphy and Allan Webster finishing second and third respectively. Berger set a new fast lap record by 3 tenths in qualifying with his RC10R5. All 3 racers cose MurfDogg Supercharger 5000mah 60c Lipo batteries and MurfDogg Synergy 13.5 1s brushles motors. All 3 cars were outfitted with MurfDogg Ceramic Bearings and Silicon Nitride Diff Balls.

Boosted or Not, or Products have what it takes to put you up front!

RACE ONE OR CHASE ONE!
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Introducing the first complete Dirt Oval Racing Chassis, soon to be released from MurfDogg Racing:

The Nitro "DEVIATOR"

Deviator - (noun) - To stray from normal purpose.

The Nitro Deviator is the first complete purpose built Dirt Oval truck kit. No longer must you purchase "Aftermarket" shock towers built with undesirable suspension geometry to have yourself a "Dirt Oval Truck." This racing chassis is designed to have all of the tuning options of purpose built Late Models and Sprint Cars. This is NOT your typical offroad truck that will be driven around an oval. Purpose built from the ground up, every feature of this truck has a purpose. Designed with just the right amount of adjustments to get you dialed in, but not allow you to overtune yourself right out of the ballpark. The Nitro Deviator will be available in two forms; Nitro EDM/CDM and Nitro Truck configurations.

Look for the Nitro Deviator to be released early Summer 2011.
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MurfDogg 13.5 Brushless motors Dominate the TQ Grand Prix!

MurfDogg Team Driver Dave Berger TQ's and Wins the 13.5 Boosted 12th scale class. Dave powered his RC12R5.1 with a MurfDogg Supercharger 5000mah 60c Lipo battery and a MurfDogg Synergy 13.5 1s brushles motor. His car was outfitted with MurfDogg Ceramic Bearings and Silicon Nitride Diff Balls for light weight and maximum smoothness and efficiency.

In the 13.5 Non-Boosted WGT class, MurfDogg Racing Swept the podium! Dave Berger TQ'ed and won with MurfDogg Team Drivers Matt Murphy and Allan Webster finishing second and third respectively. Berger set a new fast lap record by 3 tenths in qualifying with his RC10R5. All 3 racers cose MurfDogg Supercharger 5000mah 60c Lipo batteries and MurfDogg Synergy 13.5 1s brushles motors. All 3 cars were outfitted with MurfDogg Ceramic Bearings and Silicon Nitride Diff Balls.

Boosted or Not, or Products have what it takes to put you up front!

RACE ONE OR CHASE ONE!
do you have a suggested mod setup for 1/12 at TQ? (wind and esc for max drivability)

my spares box is overflowing, so i thought this might be a way to reduce the clutter.
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Old 04-13-2011, 10:43 PM   #325
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We have been running a 4.5 with Tekin RS. Talk to Berger about exactly what he is doing. He keeps on asking for less and less punch... so He has it figured out pretty good.

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We have been running a 4.5 with Tekin RS. Talk to Berger about exactly what he is doing. He keeps on asking for less and less punch... so He has it figured out pretty good.

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hey Matt, its all relative. if Dave is a little inconsistent with less than a 6.5, that translates to nearly undrivable for others.
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Old 04-14-2011, 09:03 AM   #327
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i had a murff dog 17.5,,,burned it up on the 3rd run,,,was very fast though. not the motors fault, i way,way over geared it
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Well, hopefully you learned how not to gear a motor...LOL!
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sure did murph, but what an expensive lesson!
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Old 04-17-2011, 02:05 PM   #330
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Any gearing suggestion for 17.5 non-ramping for norcal hobbies outdoor track.. LRP SXX SS Ver. 2 and synergy 17.5
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