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Old 12-26-2004, 01:39 PM   #1
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In Stock, punch matter. But how can we get it.???
Can you help. ???
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Old 12-26-2004, 02:19 PM   #2
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Put harder springs on.

I don't like excessive torque/punch as I like high revving motors. Just my opinion.
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Dead short you batteries.
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give it a kick up the backside

Or you can put some boxing gloves on
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build your motor correctly by starting with a fresh cut comm,new brushes(i like 767's or 4499's),proper spring tension and shim the motor.next you will need good batteries with high voltage.and of coarse,a nice smoothe,free drivtrain.with a belt drive you run the belts pretty loose for minimum drag and with a shaftdrive you need to hand work your cases and shim the gears.
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also,dont forget to fully seat the brushes by breaking the motor in at low voltage.i usually break it in at 2-3 volts.hope this helps.
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Put more amps to your charger. That will nicely give some punch more, but naturally will decrease your batteries lifetime. I did charge with 6.5 or 7.0A for stock when I was still racing there. That was all my charger was able to give.
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Good volts on cells and a clean fresh motor (cut comm, re lubed etc etc)

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You can change gearing to where u get more punch out of the car. Another way is to look at the readings when u buy a motor and find a motor that has alot of punch.
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Old 12-26-2004, 05:54 PM   #11
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Put harder springs on.

I don't like excessive torque/punch as I like high revving motors. Just my opinion.
Harder springs won't always give you more torque. It can decrease torque on some motors. I just did a monster stock, in which Red+ and Black- gave me the best readings.
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Old 12-27-2004, 12:53 PM   #12
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Lower your drive frequency.... Try a Tekin!!!
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Or setup your esc for punch stock mode. I doubt that is the stock setting on most.
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What is "punch stock mode" How would you program this on an ESC ?
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which speedo do you have?
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