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Old 02-17-2011, 09:52 PM   #346
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Look carefully, it says the numbers indicate performance in a certain class, 1 being the highest.

in top of type of cars
what is the differents from the 12.3mm rotors and the 12.5mm rotors

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Old 02-18-2011, 02:41 PM   #347
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For you D3 racers - here is a great refrence for your D3 Rotors -

try some of them - they will make the motors dance in diffrent class's


Great motor -


D3 -
Do we know what the stock rotor is for a D3 17.5?
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Old 02-18-2011, 03:38 PM   #348
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Do we know what the stock rotor is for a D3 17.5?
The one that says:
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TEP1101 Medium 12.3mm Broad Powerband Rotor, Purple, Std. in Motor
in the chart
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Old 02-18-2011, 03:44 PM   #349
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The one that says:

in the chart
Nice... good thing i cant read..
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Nice... good thing i cant read..
I'm used to pointing out people's follies in the presence of the asked information, so no problem
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Can you buy optional rotors for the D3 17.? If so where?
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Can you buy optional rotors for the D3 17.? If so where?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...&filter_mfr=67

Some are on back order, but they are available.
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I had a rotor slip on the shaft today. Its a duo3 17.5 that has only ever temped at 170F, but has been ran hard for a good 2-3 months now.

It's happened to me on a novak ss before so i'm not to surprised but maybe a little disappointed.
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Anyone have gear ratio suggestions for 1/10th scale tc "no boost" 17.5 class?
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Anyone have gear ratio suggestions for 1/10th scale tc "no boost" 17.5 class?
try 4.0 it work really good
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Anyone have gear ratio suggestions for 1/10th scale tc "no boost" 17.5 class?
Not even close to enough information provided to make an informed call.

For what ESC?
Describe track - Carpet or asphalt and size.
What TC car?
Your skill level?
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Not even close to enough information provided to make an informed call.

For what ESC?
Describe track - Carpet or asphalt and size.
What TC car?
Your skill level?
ESC Shouldn't matter with no boost should it ?

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ESC Shouldn't matter with no boost should ?

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i have a tc5 and a tc6 and i run a 4.0 on carpet and i run a 4.2 on a large asphalt track and my car is putti fast.
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i have a tc5 and a tc6 and i run a 4.0 on carpet and i run a 4.2 on a large asphalt track and my car is putti fast.
Full timing on the motor?
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Full timing on the motor?
yes full timing on the motor.
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