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Old 02-06-2005, 03:34 PM   #31
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There's no point posting pictures of bodies, cooling holes are not allowed in electric.
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Old 02-06-2005, 03:59 PM   #32
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here is my stock T1R, it is not yet complete though...
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Old 02-06-2005, 04:20 PM   #33
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Here's my Pro4.
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Old 02-06-2005, 06:57 PM   #34
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Wow, looks like you have spent some time with that. Why do you have two capacitors installed on there?
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Here's my Pro4.
no offense but ugh. purple and lime green?
two caps would be less resistance.
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Wow, looks like you have spent some time with that. Why do you have two capacitors installed on there?
For more space on elec mounting area.
less heat built up on esc with bigger capacitor. I think

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Old 02-06-2005, 07:44 PM   #38
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no offense but ugh. purple and lime green?
two caps would be less resistance.
I really don't care about the color. But its very visible right. Glad you notice, great way to make more attraction.

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I really don't care about the color. But its very visible right. Glad you notice, great way to make more attraction.
very uhh attractive lol. personally i like the pro2 better. but thats why i have an xray now lol. but it looks nice.
and i just noticed. the air duct. does that really help? cuz its really not hard to make. but i dont have a heatsink on my motor either. nor can i get one on if i tried. hmm
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wait. is that also a teeny fan right in front of the endbell? WOW thats tiny. any reason its so small?
btw you should paint your air duct bright red to make it even more 'attractive'
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why is the current trend to weigh down a car with cooler units i.e: fans, ducts, heat sinks, capacitors,...........
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why is the current trend to weigh down a car with cooling units i.e: fans, ducts, heat sinks, capacitors,...........
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underweight anyways? and cool motor=better performance. its a matter of balance. too much is not good but too little isnt either. and caps arent just for cooling. you get performance with that too. and ducts.. well thats how much weight? if you wanna be that lightweight i suppose you run with no spoiler either. and lexan body clips? and of course no foam bumper. who needs that heavy thing.
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wait. is that also a teeny fan right in front of the endbell? WOW thats tiny. any reason its so small?
That is Team Much More fan. Small, but powerful.
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My car only weight 1416g fully loaded without the body. I also put 31g to the right side to balance the car. and 2 noise killer about 16g as weights and as wire layout. Can you call that heavy.

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