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Old 10-27-2004, 04:11 PM   #16
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Actually in person it looks good and the SV2 line is priced awesome. Yes it is not as nice looking as the V2 but you get the angled brush advantage along with alot of other leading features for a great price.
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Old 10-27-2004, 09:57 PM   #17
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its not that bad, i might be interested how much does it go for? and will it fit my team orion element 19t mod with LOCKED 24degree timming
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Old 10-28-2004, 07:45 AM   #18
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I have tried one on a monster and a binary. On the track, it is okay. Here's some numbers that I recieved on a turbo 35. I can post the results on a turbo dyno if you guys want them. I have very strong magnets in both cans. I will test with sprints very soon. I bought the conversion used and he didn't include the brushes and springs.

monster with 767's before conversion. Red+, Green-.
On T35: 1v, 8A. 2v, 11A

Binary with 767's Red+, Green-.
On T35: 1v, 6.5A. 2v, 9A

Monster converted to V brush with hard springs and enduro's that are broken in with a fussy brush to remove serrations.
On T35: 1v, 3.5A. 2v, 5.5A

Binary Converted as above
On T35: 1v, 3A. 2v, 4.5A

I really want to try the endbell with sprint brushes though. I am waiting on my LHS to get some in. I don't have any of the dyno slips with me right now, but with the enduro's in use, I wouldn't even consider it a practice motor. I ran it in my 12th scale and it made okay power at the top end, but if i had to let off the throttle too much due to traffic, it took too long for my liking to get back up to speed. I even rolled it out lower than the previous run with the monster and it didn't help. I know that we don't race dyno's, but it always backs up what I feel on the track.

I will be trying it on a 19T C2 and an element soon. Those will be with sprint edge brushes. I will re-post what I find out soon.

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Old 10-28-2004, 01:25 PM   #19
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One advantage from the SV2 over my V2.......the way that solder the +/- wire........I am not the best mechanic on soldering wire...the V2 end bell just gave me a hell of a time to solder that 2 little wire...

This SV2 does saved that old and still good/easy feature..........and I would love to try it.
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Old 10-28-2004, 07:35 PM   #20
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yea tim please let me know how it worked out on that team orion element because thats what i use and i would like to see if you get any more power with this thing, but i dont know what your gonna do because the element has that 24degee locked timming
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Old 10-29-2004, 11:21 AM   #21
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It is designed just like the V2 with a solid aluminum endbell and it is also locked in at 24degrees. It is a drop on fit for the 24degree locked endbell cans.

I will post the results soon.

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One advantage from the SV2 over my V2.......the way that solder the +/- wire........I am not the best mechanic on soldering wire...the V2 end bell just gave me a hell of a time to solder that 2 little wire...
You can be a good solderer and still have problems with the V2 endbell. The copper and aluminum provide for fast heat disipation which tends to cool down the iron tip in a hury.
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You can be a good solderer and still have problems with the V2 endbell. The copper and aluminum provide for fast heat disipation which tends to cool down the iron tip in a hury.
Yeah, it's great fun. I've cranked my Hakko up to 900 degrees and it's still touch and go.

Come to think of it, the SV2 endbells are starting to look better to me...
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Old 10-29-2004, 01:49 PM   #24
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allright now i'm gonna get one, but only if they prove them selves on the allmighty dyno!
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more info on the SV2
http://www.radiocontrolzone.com/foru...d.php?t=181188

ONLY 21.99 for the locked timing
and 23.69 for adjuastable
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I just bought a V2 conversion kit for my monster stock and I noticed that when I broke it in on my T35 that the amount of amps that it drew was a good bit lower then before, is this good or bad?
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Old 10-30-2004, 08:03 PM   #27
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hmm so what do you think i would gain with useing this new motor and not my element? do you think it will be faster than the element or what?

or can you just by the endbell for any motor?
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does anyone know if this endbell has been tested on a dyno and compaired to a stock element, if so where can i see the data?
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Old 11-04-2004, 02:39 AM   #29
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the v2 endbell wont fit on a commutator larger than 3/10'' in diamiter...............[that means most 19t motors]
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I was testing my new 9x1 on my Reedy Pt.
First run after run in it came produces 48430rpm on my CTX.
After putting on a V2 endbell, run in and it produces 54320rpm at 16deg timing.
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