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Old 11-15-2004, 04:17 PM   #1
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Hello all I am looking for a matched sanyo 3600 stick pack for my mini cooper can anyone help me find 1? also would like a old silver can tamiya stock motor..
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Old 11-15-2004, 08:33 PM   #2
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you might want to check your local hobby shop .. Ive seen these Iteams at Hobby People so check there .. good luck at the races ..
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Old 11-16-2004, 08:25 PM   #4
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yah my Local sells them for 75.00 and i can buy a new motor as well.. I want a old brokein motor.... older you go the better they r
later kevin....
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If you water dip a silver can 540 they will break in alot quicker. Generally hit it with 2-3v and just dip the comm end of the motor into a glass of water till the brushes have broken-in. Then clean the motor, oil the bushings and your good to go. There are alot of ways to do it but the above works ok. As far as the battery goes, just get it at your lhs.
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the 80's called.. they want their water dipping secret back...
anyways... if you water dip, do it on a battery power, not power from a gfx or a charger... it will go poof...
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MManson - Have you heard the one where you take a new 540(do nothing to it) and hook it up to a car battery for 10-15 minutes till you hear the high pitched scream? I havn't tried that yet, I'll have to try it some time though.
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I havent heard of that, but I will surely try it.
I have a few stock 80's tamiya motors laying around...

i hear you can break them in real good by putting a 12" fan on it too... but watch your fingers, arms, legs, small children and animals when doing so. Check your homeowners policy to see if such accidents are covered.
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If you water dip a silver can 540 they will break in alot quicker. Generally hit it with 2-3v and just dip the comm end of the motor into a glass of water till the brushes have broken-in. Then clean the motor, oil the bushings and your good to go. There are alot of ways to do it but the above works ok. As far as the battery goes, just get it at your lhs.
I have seen that everyone is useing the HPI X tires for the mini can anyone get me a part# my local lhs cant find it...
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Part numbers. All the info is on the Hpi website.

http://www.hpiracing.com/tires/tire-mn.htm
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