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Old 03-06-2006, 02:49 PM   #2281
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I currently have a couple of monsters and one P2K2.
Been only using the monsters, I'll have to rebuild the P2k2 and see how it works.

any suggestions on brushes/spring combo for alot of pull out of a corner.

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How big is the track? I used a CO27 on this track a few weekends ago (http://www.ycityhobby.com/images/DSC02015.JPG). I had red/purple springs. The motor would have worked well in the hands of the right driver. Others that drove my car were quite impressed with it.

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I just dynoed my monster stock and at 7.2 volts it pulles about 29,000 RPMs. Is that good or is that really low. I heard it should pull about 40,000 RPMs at 7.2 volts.

You should get about 27 - 30 on a TD45 @ a 15amp load at 7.0v


40k on a TD 45 Dyno is a little far fetched for a Stock Motor......
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Try red - and purple +. Or Red/Red is good as well. 767 Brushes..
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How big is the track? I used a CO27 on this track a few weekends ago (http://www.ycityhobby.com/images/DSC02015.JPG). I had red/purple springs. The motor would have worked well in the hands of the right driver. Others that drove my car were quite impressed with it.

Nice Track!

I would say the track is 50 feet wide 30-40 feet deep. sorry no pic
it takes about 16-19 seconds to get through based on skill(I'm on the high side).
Outside asphalt parking lot that gets dusty.

thanks for your reply, i'll try red/purple on 767.
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Nice Track!

I would say the track is 50 feet wide 30-40 feet deep. sorry no pic
it takes about 16-19 seconds to get through based on skill(I'm on the high side).
Outside asphalt parking lot that gets dusty.

thanks for your reply, i'll try red/purple on 767.
16-19 by the good drivers? That is a pretty technical track then for that size. I think the picture I had the lap times were around 12-14 seconds for the good drivers. On that track I was running a rollout of about .9 (other were running about 1.0) and my motor was getting up to about 200 degrees. There was a lot of braking (esp with my bad driving).
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Nice Track!

I would say the track is 50 feet wide 30-40 feet deep. sorry no pic
it takes about 16-19 seconds to get through based on skill(I'm on the high side).
Outside asphalt parking lot that gets dusty.

thanks for your reply, i'll try red/purple on 767.
Which Florida track is that?
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our carpet track is 75 x 36 and our lap times are like low-to-mid 7 seconds a lap for 19 turn foam and around mid eights for stock rubber for 8-10 corners
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I have pm'd a few motor tuners and i guess was ignored, but i am just wondering with the new co27 motors what is the best spring/brush combo for it. I will be using this motor at trackside hobbies in wisconsin, where the novak race was held.

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I have pm'd a few motor tuners and i guess was ignored, but i am just wondering with the new co27 motors what is the best spring/brush combo for it. I will be using this motor at trackside hobbies in wisconsin, where the novak race was held.

any help would be great


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hai guys....just bought a Tamiya Sport Tuned motor (fixed brush type). how is the best break in method with this motor. any suggest please??

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hai guys....just bought a Tamiya Sport Tuned motor (fixed brush type). how is the best break in method with this motor. any suggest please??

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when gearing a high torque motor in comparison to a high RPM how do you figure out the gearing? I have an ROAR and a monster but cant find the sweet spot for the motors. Should a high torque motor be geared down and high RPM have a taller pinion?
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when gearing a high torque motor in comparison to a high RPM how do you figure out the gearing? I have an ROAR and a monster but cant find the sweet spot for the motors. Should a high torque motor be geared down and high RPM have a taller pinion?
Usually the monster gets about 2 teeth more pinion then the ROAR.
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Usually the monster gets about 2 teeth more pinion then the ROAR.
Thanks man!

hehe. I was going to email you that question but I figured you were getting tired of my emails...
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how is that new co27 motor? even though it says to be the best with the new batteries and stuff will it still work with 3300's. what else is a good stock motor??
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