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Old 04-28-2011, 04:18 PM   #331
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Default New Batteries from MurfDogg Racing!

Introducing the latest additions to the MurfDogg Line-Up...

- MurfDogg SuperCharger 4600mah 60c Saddle pack batteries. These ROAR approved saddle packs won in their first outing in the JBRL offroad series Expert 17.5 4WD class, proving that they have the voltage and Low IR to put you out front!

- MurfDogg Li-Fe RX Packs, in 850mah and 1700mah capacities. We have your nitro RX pack needs covered, whether running an 8th scale or 10th scale. The 1700 gives you reliable capacity, at a great weight savings versus traditional NiMh hump packs which do not match the capacity. Also, for those weight conscious racers like oval guys, we offer an 850mah Li-Fe pack, to help you save as much weight as possible!

- MurfDogg NiMh RX battery pack, rated at 800mah, this is a perfect fit for Custom Works Nitro Dirt Oval Cars, right under the front shock tower.

All are available now!
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Old 04-28-2011, 05:23 PM   #332
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I am heading outta town tonight and will not be back till Monday. All questions will be answered then. Thanks!

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Old 05-04-2011, 05:04 PM   #333
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Our saddle packs are OFFICIALLY ROAR APPROVED!!
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Old 05-04-2011, 09:10 PM   #334
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hey murfdogg!

been testing with your motor and so far it seems very promising. I used the setup sheet you gave me for 13.5 boosted + tekin and the power was very good in the midfield. One question though - does this motor like a low FDR so it can produce top speed or does it want a higher FDR so it can max out the torque and RPMs?

throughout my testing, temps were at 150-170 F depending if motor timing was at 0 or -5 degs. Ambient temp here in the Philippines is about 95f in the afternoon.

thanks boss!
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Old 05-04-2011, 11:19 PM   #335
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Always time and gear the moor for the infield, and use the ESC for the top end.... email or pm if you need help tuning the ESC.

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Old 05-08-2011, 02:44 PM   #336
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MurfDogg is proud to release our new rubber sealed bearing sets. Ceramics are not for everyone. For racers on a budget, try our new Rubber sealed bearings!

Available for Dirt Oval Cars/Associated SC10FT, Associated T4.1/B4.1, and Associated B44.1. Also available in a 10 bearing multi-pack for wheel and hub bearings. If you are like me, and hit the wall, it is ALWAYS good to have spare wheel bearings!

We now offer a Silicon Nitride Diff and Thrust Ball set for the "TLR 22", for the smoothest diff possible.

Also available, Metal Shielded Clutch Bearings for Dirt Oval/NTC3 Clutch Setups.

CBS-17 - Associated B4.1/T4.1 Rubber Sealed Bearing Set - $30.00
CBS-18 - Associated B44.1 Rubber Sealed Bearing Set - $40.00
CBS-19 - Associated SC10FT/Dirt Oval Chassis Rubber Sealed Bearing Set - $30.00
CBS-21 - TLR 22 Silicon Nitride Diff and Thrust Ball Set - $17.0
CB2-22 - 3/16" x 3/8" Rubber Sealed Bearings - 10 pack - $24.00
CBS-23 - Metal Shielded Clutch Bearing Set for Dirt Oval/NTC3 Clutches - $5.00
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I must say these new packs are on a level of there own! No other manufacture has the customer service, performance and looks in one package as Murfdogg does! As the motors this is the best stuff on the market! And now with bearings and diff kits!! Way to go Matt keep it up!
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Always time and gear the moor for the infield, and use the ESC for the top end.... email or pm if you need help tuning the ESC.

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sounds a helpful guy.
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sounds a helpful guy.

That is one of the best things about Running Murfdogg products is he is here to help! The best service around bar none!!
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Introducing the NEW MurfDogg SYNERGY 1.1 Motors. Same great motor design, refined in every possible way.

-Currently available in 17.5, 8.5, 7.5, 6.5, 5.5, 4.5 turn winds.

-New Solder tabs are 1/12th scale friendly. Much easier to solder now with our new revised Solder Tabs!

-All SYNERGY 1.1 Motors will be finished in our Matte Black wrinkle finish, and are Identified by the Lazer Etching around the Circumference of the Motor Can.
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Old 05-12-2011, 08:18 PM   #341
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Default MurfDogg Product List as of 5/12/11

S-035 - Synergy 3.5 Brushless Motor
S-040 - Synergy 4.0 Brushless Motor
S-045 - Synergy 4.5 Brushless Motor
S-055 - Synergy 5.5 Brushless Motor
S-065 - Synergy 6.5 Brushless Motor
S-075 - Synergy 7.5 Brushless Motor
S-085 - Synergy 8.5 Brushless Motor
S-105 - Synergy 10.5 Brushless Motor
S-135 - Synergy 13.5 Brushless Motor
S-175 - Synergy 17.5 Brushless Motor
S-215 - Synergy 21.5 Brushless Motor

S-SB - Synergy Hall Sensor Board

R-123S - Synergy 12.3mm Spec Rotor
R-125S - Synergy 12.5mm Spec Rotor
R-120M - Synergy 12.0mm Modified Rotor
R-123M - Synergy 12.3mm Modified Rotor
R-125M - Synergy 12.5mm Modified Rotor

CBS-08 - Ceramic Bearing Set for Dirt Oval Clutch Bells (NTC3 Style)
CBS-09 - Ceramic Bearing Set for Novak SS/Ballistic Brushless Motors
CBS-10 - Ceramic Bearing Set for Custom Works Dirt Oval Cars
CBS-11 - Ceramic Bearing Set for Synergy Brushless Motors
CBS-12 - Ceramic Bearing Set for Pan Cars with 1/8" Front Axles
CBS-13 - Ceramic Bearing Set for Pan Cars with 3/16" Front Axles
CBS-14 - Silicon Nitride Diff Ball Set for Pan Cars (1/8")
CBS-15 - Silicon Nitride Diff and Thrust Ball Set for Dirt Oval
CBS-16 - Ceramic Bearing Pair - 3/16" x 3/8"
CBS-17 - Rubber Sealed Bearing Set for Associated B4.1 and T4.1
CBS-18 - Rubber Sealed Bearing Set for Associated B44.1
CBS-19 - Rubber Sealed Bearing Set for Dirt Oval/SC10FT/Deviator
CBS-20 - Ceramic Bearing for SC10 Gear Diff Outdrives
CBS-21 - Silicon Nitride Diff and Thrust Ball Set for TLR 22
CBS-22 - Rubber Sealed Bearings - 10 Pack - 3/16" x 3/8"
CBS-23 - Metal Shielded Clutch Bearing Set - Dirt Oval/NTC3

TP-01 - Turbo Plugs - 4mm Power Plug - 1 Pair
TP-02 - Turbo Plugs - 4mm Power Plug - 2 Pairs
TP-10 - Turbo Plugs - 4mm Power Plug - 10 Pairs

L-5500-65-2S - SuperCharger 5500mah 65c 2s Lipo
L-5000-60-1S - SuperCharger 5000mah 60c 1s Lipo
L-4600-60-2S-SP - SuperCharger 4600mah 60c 2s Saddle Pack Lipo

NiMh-800 - 800mah AAA Nimh Rechargeable RX Pack - 6V
LiFe-850 - 850mah LiFe RX Pack - 6.6V
LiFe-1700 - 1700mah LiFe RX Pack - 6.6V
T6-Charger - Thunder T6 Charger
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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
Help us avoid the same fate. What was the bad gearing ration and what kind of conditions?
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Help us avoid the same fate. What was the bad gearing ration and what kind of conditions?
same same. Burned my 13.5 at a big race. Was geared quite conservatively compared to the rest running Tekin, Orca and SPs at 5.5-5.8 while I was at 6.3
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I think I may have over heated my 17.5 stock no boost on a tekin pro. I was geared at a 3.8 FDR on asphalt out door track. Air temp was 75 degrees. The motor came off at about 190. I was runing 5 degrees of advance. I had just changed motors from a D3 maximum advance that was running at 150-160 degrees. I took two pinion teeth away from the D3 setup. Was I running too much advance? Do these motors make more heat? Did I kill the motor? did i run too much running drag brake?

thanks for any help
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Old 06-07-2011, 06:58 PM   #345
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Sprinter - I need more data... Track size? Chassis type? ESC Settings? Battery?
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