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Old 06-16-2005, 12:38 PM   #91
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COld freeze spray will only chill the outside of the material, it will not penetrate, unless of course you keep spraying for mebbe 15 minutes...
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Old 06-16-2005, 12:40 PM   #92
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COld freeze spray will only chill the outside of the material, it will not penetrate, unless of course you keep spraying for mebbe 15 minutes...
probably cost more in the long run......
may have to get me one of these MM motor coolers soon.
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Old 06-17-2005, 09:17 AM   #93
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I ordered mine from RCModel and apparently they have them in stock because I got a series of emails where the status changed from "processing" to "preparing to ship" to "shipped." Hopefully I will have it in time for the KO Propo race next weekend.
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Old 06-18-2005, 01:22 PM   #94
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yeah but the amp draw will kill the punch of the cells.. no?

i wanted one but they are 100 here :S :S roughly translated into dollars....

$170, lotta ,money.
OK LAST TIME.....These are to be used prior to racing (30-60mins) prior to be axact. This will allow the motor to get to very low tempature (all depends on ampbiant temp) and right before you do to tech you take off the cooler and whip off tire compounds.
THESE ARE TO BE CONNECTED TO A 12V Power Supply. Preferably a large one. With a 4.5-5amp draw of power a lower AMP power supply will struggle if you use it for anything else. I bought two Power Supplies one just for battery charging and the other just for accessories.
I hope this clarifies things....
Yes they work great and worth the extra cash...Just by me using them I was able to gear the motor for more power...I only suggest this to guys who know how to geear properly already.
They are small and powerfull. I loved one so much I got a second just for those times i race two classes.
It has become a new Must have item in your pit bag...
Right next to it is the Much More Battery Heatsinks....
They are a whole different treat...
Here is how they are different than a battery cooler.
They help disapate the heat that a battery will accumulate while either chargign or discharging...
Now I am able to charge my packs @ 7 or 8AMP with the pack only getting to 40*C. See my point for all those stock and 19T racers out there..
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Old 06-18-2005, 02:48 PM   #95
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Mr. Shookie,

Cycle one of your batteries without the heatsink and then cycle on with the heatsink....I think you will quite using it after you cycle them that way

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Old 06-19-2005, 04:48 PM   #96
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hmm, these coolers look abit tasty, are they available in black?


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If you are in the UK, the UK stockists have them now:
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Keith, when are the MuchMore comm lathes avalibale in the UK and what sort of price?

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Old 06-22-2005, 11:47 PM   #97
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Any body know if one of these units can be used on the Losi JRX-S? There is pretty large opening in the bottom of the chassis below the motor..
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Old 06-22-2005, 11:57 PM   #98
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If you can use a motor heat sink under the chassis, I don't see a problem.
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Cycle one of your batteries without the heatsink and then cycle on with the heatsink....I think you will quite using it after you cycle them that way

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So are you saying the battery heatsink is something that should not be used?
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I suppose the heat sink are similar to using a fan while charging as it takes the heat away and might risk damage to cell. I won't even think of charging 7-8 amps.
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I suppose the heat sink are similar to using a fan while charging as it takes the heat away and might risk damage to cell. I won't even think of charging 7-8 amps.
The thing that people are scared about charging at such a high rate is heat....or too much heat that is. Once you get the right mixture of heat distribution to amp input to get you the exact same tempature as if you didn't use the heat sink and charge at say 6 amps. That way you are not damaging your cells by anyway shape or form. I find that charging at 8amps with the heatsink I get my cells peaking at 45*C and the votage is insane...like numbers holding near 9V after they are finished charging and off the charger. Tell you what in stock and 19T you want as much punch(votage) as you can get. I am going to keep testing but so far so good. Cells seem to discharge great and like the quicker charge. It also only take about 25-28 minutes for a 3700 pack to peak now.
Which also helps when you are in a pinch because you started the charge late.
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Old 06-23-2005, 07:08 AM   #102
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I have not yet managed to get it to fit through the hole on the bottom of the JRXS chassis (although I have not forced it)

I just take the motor out and a couple of mins before i'm up to race screw the motor back in, mesh and away we go.

Not ideal but it doesn't take long
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Anyone know of anyone that have these in stock in the UK???
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Anyone know of anyone that have these in stock in the UK???
Cleveland models

goto www.much-more.co.uk and go to stockists .... I got mine from them and it is awesome!
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Much More will supply direct to your local model shop. Mine arrived within 2 days
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