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Old 09-16-2010, 07:08 PM   #76
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I have a major announcement to make in the coming days... Keep posted for info!

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Ahh, that's just mean. We need a better hint than that.
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Old 09-16-2010, 07:49 PM   #79
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Also, we did some single cell testing over the weekend in preparation for IIC. We learned ALOT... and look forward to a great time in Vegas!

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Hey Matt so can you share what you have learned, and was this for 12 scale 1s. I am thinking of purchasing one for 12 1s 17.5, do you have any of these in black? how is this motor for 1s 12 scale? thanks
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Whynot - The biggest thing we learned, is that our motors like very little motor timing, and alot of gear as opposed to other brand motors! Our powerband is not all RPM, as are other types of motors. Yes we have them in stock in black, and yes we run them in 1s 17.5 12th scale racing.

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Everything Matt is saying is true about his motors. I watched Matt work his tail off all wee at the IIC and the guys that LISTENED to him and what he said to do had no problems with power all week. Those that didnt listen and tried to go off what they thought was best had issues. The motors are different than other brands by design so it takes a little learning curve but once learned they are fast!

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Old 09-16-2010, 10:08 PM   #83
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hey she working on the site.

she got her mac back and is working with the hosting site. they should be all done by friday, is what i was told if not by monday. there getting it set up in TO ON Can. and the guy is busy. but in all free hosting for you. lol

She also updating the site. too with the new images and text.


just to keep you updated. ummm can't wait to try you motor out in 12 scale gonna be fun.

Oh I'm running a Tekin RS.

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Old 09-16-2010, 10:10 PM   #84
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Default MurfDogg Motor Works in Canada!!!

I am proud to announce that MurfDogg Brushless Motors will now be readily available in Canada!

We have teamed up with Canwest R/C Inc, who will be the exclusive Canadian Distributor for MurfDogg Brushless Motors. Canwest R/C specializes in top quality RC racing products from respected companies like XRAY, HUDY, JACO, SMC, WERKS RACING, MAX POWER, and KO PROPO. We are very proud to be added to their line of top quality racing products.

Check them out on the web @ www.canwestrc.net
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EA - Thanks for the support, I am very proud of these motors, and excited for the future!

Cyrrus - Thanks for the update! Glad the site will be up soon.

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I am proud to announce that MurfDogg Brushless Motors will now be readily available in Canada!

We have teamed up with Canwest R/C Inc, who will be the exclusive Canadian Distributor for MurfDogg Brushless Motors. Canwest R/C specializes in top quality RC racing products from respected companies like XRAY, HUDY, JACO, SMC, WERKS RACING, MAX POWER, and KO PROPO. We are very proud to be added to their line of top quality racing products.

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This is excellent news.. RC in Western Canada is strong, two clubs in Calgary alone..
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Maxrain - I am happy to have MurfDogg Motors in Canada!

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I will be running the 13.5 and 17.5 tonight. Dirt oval late model and sprint car

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I ran a MurfDogg Synergy 10.5 today at the Racing Against Cancer Dirt Oval Series in California in the 10.5 Sprint Car class, and TQ'ed, and won the A-Main, breaking the track record in qualifying by 3 laps, and resetting it again in the main event by another lap. I had superior power all weekend long, but my Custom Works Enforcer GBX2 Sprint Car was flawless everytime it hit the track as well. Synergy 10.5 motors also ran 3rd and 4th in the A-Main.

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I like you view on Kv, it really is useless.

What is more important in the spec is power and weight.

Venom lies about their motor weights and that was not popular amongst a guy i know.

The motors are stated at 156grams while they were from 166ish gram and above.

Power at least roughly should be stated.

Because it simplifies the selection process.

If i were to chance my Corally x-bp 4.5T its vital to know the figures.

Because the new Red series 4.5T produces some 3 times the power.

i would not need that would i.

Good looking motor there.

hoping for some power figures..

State the timing and esc if you don`t like inaccurate figures.

btw. you could have a marked if you make a motor witch is light and has as little motor brake as possible.

For 1/12 scale and F1, specially rubber i think.

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