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Old 10-20-2005, 12:57 AM   #1
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I need a flat faced motor can (19T).....

rather than type it all out again....

Please read the last 11 posts (it won't take that long) in this thread....

http://rctech.net/forum/showthread.p...19#post1883219

and then any suggestions for the brand of motor that would meet the requirments would be appreciated.

It's not something I expected to have to buy so I'm not even going to consider anything with a face on it similar to what's causing the problem sorry.

Thanks in advance.
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What size motor are you looking for? 540? 27T? 19T?
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Old 10-20-2005, 11:29 AM   #3
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What size motor are you looking for? 540? 27T? 19T?
A 19T thanks.
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I doubt its the motor....if you actually managed to bend a can (which I have seen about twice in 17 years of racing).....the motor would not run very well, if at all, since the arm would more than likely rub against the magnets....

One of two things is probably the cause.....either the pod plates are bent or warped or the hole on the pod plate where you mount the motor is more than likely got too much play in it, which allows you to over tighten the motor to the plate, which causes it to cock and look like its mounted crooked....

Either of these is bad for not only the drivetrain of the car, but for the motor itself, as it will put an increased load on the motor.

Easy way to tell if its not the motor, is to mount it up in someone elses 1/12th scale....if its crooked, its the motor...if not, its your pod plates....

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Old 10-20-2005, 11:49 AM   #5
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Mabuchi - every post I see by you is a REALLY obscure problem.

I think you may be cursed.

Have you ever considered that RC is not the hobby for you? Perhaps there is a greater power out there trying to make you quit...
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Old 10-20-2005, 12:31 PM   #6
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Mabuchi - every post I see by you is a REALLY obscure problem.

I think you may be cursed.

Have you ever considered that RC is not the hobby for you? Perhaps there is a greater power out there trying to make you quit...
But I may have forgotten to mention if there is a crap one in the batch that slips through quality control I usually end up being the one to buy it.

From books where the spine isn't glued down, to watches where the cover falls off the back to a Keyenece Esc that didn't have one of the wire tabs soldered on properly I've had them all.

I am currently trying to sort out another problem with a machining error on the left side rear pod (which apparently doesn't happen) so I had to take a picture to prove it.
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