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Old 06-30-2003, 07:23 PM   #991
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I've had 2 of them, they work well in Stock 1/12th scale and oval, but don't have the umh for Touring car...
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Old 10-22-2003, 06:52 PM   #992
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I just found a Orion Core Stock in my box, ansd I'm curious to see what kinda of brushes and springs this motor likes. I like screamin RPP or something thats inbetween. I have no idea what the characterisics of this motor are so any help would be great. Thanks.

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Old 10-22-2003, 07:28 PM   #993
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Anybody run this motor in TC if so where do u gear it at for small and med tracks and how do u like it a guy gave me six of them jus want to find out.
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Old 10-22-2003, 07:38 PM   #994
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On the Reedy MVP's take the 766 brush since this motor has so much rpm and cut the face of it to the size of a standup brush.
Like just the top 15-20% of the brush.

On Core's,hellfire's,Orion Chrome's and Peak Spitfire's take 767's and do the same thing.
Very Nice.

If your track is huge and flowing.Hard to beat the monster's right now.
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Old 10-26-2003, 06:09 PM   #995
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Anyone else ran the integy matrix v10pro? I ran one for the first time today and it was super fast. The weird think is I had to gear it to a 6.1 were i would gear a monster stock at 7.3. It was just warm to the touch although it was like 50F today. It had absolutely zero drag brake. I don't see any signs of it burning up so I think I'm gonna keep running it like this. It was super fast and laid some of the fastest lap times.
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Old 10-27-2003, 11:25 AM   #996
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Guys the "blackening" as you call it on the trailing edge of the brush indicates the the hoods need to be aligned. I would not wait for the brush to break-in, cause you will still be losing a couple degrees of timing due to the brush cocking in the hoods.
Fred, Could you explain how to align the hoods? I have a PSE hood tool but never gave it much thought in how to ues it. how does a motor loose it's alignment? & how do I know that the hoods are truely aligned? I never knew that this was important. Thanks MJ
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Old 10-27-2003, 11:39 AM   #997
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chef88: checkout this, it has some good stuff.


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Old 10-27-2003, 12:07 PM   #998
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Tres, Thanks for the info. lot's of good stuff!
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Old 10-27-2003, 01:47 PM   #999
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I have been told that you can increase the power of your stocker up to 5W if you solder the brush shunts to the wire tabs and not to the endbell. Has anyone tried this?

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What effect does increassing or decreasing the gap between the magnets & armature have on motor performance ?

example: more gap = more torque, less gap = more rpm

As well would polishing the armature stack be good or bad ?
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Old 10-27-2003, 02:40 PM   #1001
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Anyone use the INDI motor dyno from Integy ? Does it provide much useful information ?
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SteveG: changing the stack or magnets would not be legal for most tracks that run ROAR rules...

The Indi Dyno, is more of a motor checker than a dyno.....

It will give you some basic info that can be used.
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I have been told that you can increase the power of your stocker up to 5W if you solder the brush shunts to the wire tabs and not to the endbell. Has anyone tried this?

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I solder all of my Motors this way. Don't expect a power gain, but you will minimize any power LOSS this way.

Man I WISH that I could find a 5 watt increase in power some how. Best I've been able to do is slightly over 1 watt and it is definately noticable on track.

I should add that I NEVER Dyno check a Motor until it has been properly tuned and broken in.
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SteveG: changing the stack or magnets would not be legal for most tracks that run ROAR rules...

The Indi Dyno, is more of a motor checker than a dyno.....

It will give you some basic info that can be used.

Yea I know it's not ROAR legal...just wondering what the effects of doing such are ?
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Old 10-28-2003, 02:27 PM   #1005
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I believe what you are asking is if the armature was smaller in diameter? This increases RPM, and reduces torque. Compare the arm from a Monster stock, and a Core stock. Basically, they are the same design (dual stack) the Monster, you will notice, has the trailing edge of the armature milled down. This effectively increases the magnetic timing of the armature pole to the magnetic centerline of the magnet. Since the total duration of magnetic flux has been reduced, the armature can spin faster, but deliver less torque.

You will notice that most of Trinitys stock motors have this design. The Core Stock motor isn't milled down, but uses the "Power Tunnels" to simulate this effect, however, the Core stock still has better torque than the Monster (In general)
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