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Old 09-09-2004, 12:27 PM   #1
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Default LRP Pulsar Comp - Question / Problem?

I just got a new Pulsar Competition, and I have a question about the motor run-in.

The first couple of motors I put on it seemed to be slow - just based off the way they sounded. Even at up to almost 5V, the motors sounded slow. I put the same motor on a friends CE Turbo35 GFX and they sounded much faster at the same voltages.

The first chance I get (at the track Sat), I am going to try another Pulsar to see if it acts the same way.


Isn't 4 volts 4 volts? Any ideas about what might be going on?
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I will see if I can measure mine with a DVM.

I do think it runs slower than the T30/T35/GFX......

I know the amps readings are different, but they can also be different from one T35 to another.
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A friend of mine had one like that. It's not putting out the same voltage...from what we can tell. He tried running in his motor on my Pulsar and it's very different. He sent his in to be looked at.
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I think it might be in your charger. I have both the GFX and LRP comp and the motor sounds the same!
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ok with that motor run in thing i have a t30 and i dont how to use that motor run thing you people are talking about . can someone please tell me how do i use it ? thanks
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Well, I have never used a T30 so I dont think I would be of much help.
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Default LRP Charger running motor...

I am not sure if they admit this or not, but the motor run feature seems to limit the amount of current that is drawn. Most good stock motors will all pull about 6 amps at 3.0 volts with a fan. Occasionally, one will try to pull too many amps and the charger will shutdown. Do not use the numbers rom the LRP as a guage. It is only good for running a motor to break in brushes or maybe running a lathe......
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