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Old 06-08-2005, 03:44 PM   #16
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P.S. This was the logic I was going with. Got it off Team Associated - Reedy's Motor section.

"Spring tension is measured by ounce rate. The lower ounce rate generates less pressure than a higher ounce rate. Choose a lower ounce rate for slightly more RPM, and a higher rate for more torque. However, harder pressure will hasten commutator wear."
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P.S. This was the logic I was going with. Got it off Team Associated - Reedy's Motor section.

"Spring tension is measured by ounce rate. The lower ounce rate generates less pressure than a higher ounce rate. Choose a lower ounce rate for slightly more RPM, and a higher rate for more torque. However, harder pressure will hasten commutator wear."
who cares about comm wear, your making power ...cut your motor every run and your comm will be fine I HATE TRINITY ...how did you do at the RROC?
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Old 06-08-2005, 03:52 PM   #18
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C2 with 767s. Purple+ Green -.
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Didn't get in the lottery. I bought the two motors to run GT1 at the TCS race. Tested both motors at So Cal in my 415MS, and at Tamiya on Sunday. My driving sucked but car ran strong down the straights.
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i recently been tuning on a c2 iam using purple springs on the pos and neg sides of the motor and iam using trinity xxx brushs with about 8 to 12 runs on them.i just cut the comm and tried a couple of spring changes and bingo i've created a monster!! the dyno results where 93 watts 22,800 to 23.000 rpms 1.2 on the torque amd 68 % eff thats what i got on my fantom dyno oh yea 2.40 spool up time just about forgot about that
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JDM.. Looks nice. I am into trying new things and will give that setup a try. Thanks. BTW How many ounces of tension are the purple springs ?
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i recently been tuning on a c2 iam using purple springs on the pos and neg sides of the motor and iam using trinity xxx brushs with about 8 to 12 runs on them.i just cut the comm and tried a couple of spring changes and bingo i've created a monster!! the dyno results where 93 watts 22,800 to 23.000 rpms 1.2 on the torque amd 68 % eff thats what i got on my fantom dyno oh yea 2.40 spool up time just about forgot about that
the dyno dont mean SHIT ....try racing instead of the stupid DYNO DEATH...
the numbers dont mean a thing its all how the motor runs on the track
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C2 with 767s. Purple+ Green -.
yo its bitter i found some new reinhard mods can we make a trade?
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Bet my dyno is faster than you dyno.......TOASTY!
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:25 PM   #25
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Lickrim why are you being so offensive? Trying be cordial, and offering suggestions you earn respect that way. If you want to know the truth, suspension, gearing, and driving is more important than the trivial amounts of power a little 19T r/c motor puts out.
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Lickrim why are you being so offensive? Trying be cordial, and offering suggestions you earn respect that way. If you want to know the truth, suspension, gearing, and driving is more important than the trivial amounts of power a little 19T r/c motor puts out.

im telling you that you dont have to worry about how to make 19 turn fast ive been down every road i know what works ...WHY DO I HAVE TO BEAT AROUND THE BUSH .... i know what works ..I WILL TELL YOU ALL STRAIGHT UP....c u in the main
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Lickrim, speak my brotha, speak. Hell with beating around the bushes they are only good for rolling paper anyway.

Lickrim I'll be providing Jason with a video of the races, youshould check them out, there was some funny stuff during yallz mainz.

keep giving it to em'
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:49 PM   #28
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Well I can appreciate that, I didn't see anything posted on your profile? So I had no knowledge of your expertise. I can only say I look here to gain insight on what others are doing, and try to make an educated guess on what might work for me.
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im here to WEED out the crap and lies about motors, im in are you in?
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I'm in I am just open minded, and willing to try new things out. Guess I look at this hobby as inexpensive, and have extra cash to try things out; at least within reason.
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