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Old 02-06-2011, 03:36 PM   #316
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Does the duo3 work with the novak havok 3s, also does it have a Thermal Overload Protection, Or heat sensor, as the havok 3s will only work with motors that have tihs built in.
I have a D3 on the way, for what its worth, now I'm esc shopping.
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Old 02-06-2011, 05:27 PM   #317
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I also need to know this...

I have a D3 on the way, for what its worth, now I'm esc shopping.

Tekin RS/Tekin RS Pro...period!
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Old 02-06-2011, 07:41 PM   #318
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Any FDR recommendations for SCT??? track is small... maybe 70 feet long... 12 second laps...
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While these motors work well with a hobbywing exterme stock?
Or must it be a tekin to preform well?
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the 13.5 works very well indeed with my hobbywing. I never feel like im lacking or down on speed with the combo compared to the tekins
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Where does one order an EA motor?
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Old 02-10-2011, 10:06 PM   #323
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Where does one order an EA motor?
Email me at [email protected] and I'll get you fixed up. I am waiting on my next order to come in right now.

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Got it Thanks!
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Any FDR recommendations for SCT??? track is small... maybe 70 feet long... 12 second laps...
We are running a small technical indoor track right now. The straight is maybe 35-40ft? faster laps are around 12 sec on this one.

Im running a FDR of 8.45-8.82 (78/24, 78/23 SC10). This is with a tekin RS running 40 deg boost and 1 tick of timing on the can. I think non boosted i was around the 8-8.1 range FDR.
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Do the new batch of motors have a bevel at the bottom of the can, as in this picture?

http://www.superiorhobbies.com/istar...!SH-112765.jpg
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Do the new batch of motors have a bevel at the bottom of the can, as in this picture?

http://www.superiorhobbies.com/istar...!SH-112765.jpg
No that was an old pic of the original prototype. They did not go with that for production unless its been changed since the snowbirds which I doubt since it would require complete resubmission to ROAR.

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Has there been many problems with rotors spinning on the shaft? What I thought was a blown up gear diff at 'Birds turned out to be a rotor with only a few runs slipping.

I borrowed a rotor from my 17.5 to practice with the D3 13.5 last night. That is an angry, angry motor!
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Has there been many problems with rotors spinning on the shaft? What I thought was a blown up gear diff at 'Birds turned out to be a rotor with only a few runs slipping.

I borrowed a rotor from my 17.5 to practice with the D3 13.5 last night. That is an angry, angry motor!
I have not heard of any slipping. I did see a few explode at the birds from guys using that Turnigy amp draw meter and free reving the motor too long. It only takes a second at full throttle to blow the rotor off the shaft.

Is it the motor I sent you? If so I can send you another rotor.

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Old 02-15-2011, 12:40 PM   #330
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I have not heard of any slipping. I did see a few explode at the birds from guys using that Turnigy amp draw meter and free reving the motor too long. It only takes a second at full throttle to blow the rotor off the shaft.

Is it the motor I sent you? If so I can send you another rotor.
Yeah, it was in that 13.5. It happened on its first run, no free revving beforehand. I still won my race! No big deal, we can figure it out later. Maybe throw it in with my next order to keep shipping down or something.
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