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Old 12-06-2005, 11:01 AM   #76
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lol, that would be the order. Good old Hixxy with the spelling, ah well.

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Old 12-06-2005, 11:26 AM   #77
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lol, that would be the order. Good old Hixxy with the spelling, ah well.

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Will have them in the post by Friday if that's OK
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Old 12-06-2005, 11:34 AM   #78
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Shouldn't be a problem, just need them for the next BIWS round.

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Old 12-07-2005, 02:55 AM   #79
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Hi Malc,
MSX DCCF mounting pics for you, plus one of the fan stickers :P
Had a couple of small problems getting it mounted though.
1) the carbon standoffs were two different lengths
2) supplied screws are about 10mm too long.

Got it all sorted now though, used 9mm of spacers and two 3x12mm screws (at least I think there 12mm long, if you want I'll measure them up tonight). Also as it seems the bracket is a little close to the motor can, I also placed some shims under the fans.

Anyway, hope the pics are useful.
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Old 12-07-2005, 09:47 AM   #80
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Hi Malc,
MSX DCCF mounting pics for you, plus one of the fan stickers :P
Had a couple of small problems getting it mounted though.
1) the carbon standoffs were two different lengths
2) supplied screws are about 10mm too long.

Got it all sorted now though, used 9mm of spacers and two 3x12mm screws (at least I think there 12mm long, if you want I'll measure them up tonight). Also as it seems the bracket is a little close to the motor can, I also placed some shims under the fans.

Anyway, hope the pics are useful.
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Hi Ed
Thanks for those pics

With regards to the spacing of the CCF on the MSX, When I first patterned up from a very well known top Driver (NO names mentioned as I got in trouble for mentionig his name in prior threads )
The front deck was at a different hieght to the rear deck by 1.5mm so this is why you had 1 standoff collar of 11.5mm and the other 10mm, and that 20mm screws were fine for the job (but I think I put 25mm in the kit didn't I ?) This does not seem the case any more (prob a pre production model) it seems, but would advise you to have the fans aprox 5mm (as mentioned in the instructions, but the male species never do this until it dont work eh ) minimum away from the motor can. Your pic seems to show that you have only 9mm as you mentioned in your quote. I will send you a length of carbon fibre tubing for you to cut to the desired length and please let me know what that measurment would be please
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Old 12-07-2005, 11:58 AM   #81
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Yay my CCF arrived yesterday for my JRXS. Very nice piece of kit. I like the optional bellcrank holes too, neat touch. Makes it a little tricky to get the motor in though..... tight fit!!!!

Thanks for the free postage too.
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Old 12-07-2005, 12:23 PM   #82
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Yay my CCF arrived yesterday for my JRXS. Very nice piece of kit. I like the optional bellcrank holes too, neat touch. Makes it a little tricky to get the motor in though..... tight fit!!!!

Thanks for the free postage too.
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Glad you liked it,
Yea I agree, a tad tight but that's how I like it (WHOOPS THERE I GO AGAIN) I personaly run only C2 motors, therefore, coz of the flat side to the motor can, it slides in OK
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Old 12-13-2005, 01:46 PM   #83
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thought I'd bring this back onto the front page....

Ran my MSX DCCF at the weekend, have to say it worked very well (as expected). Mounted as it is, both fans are working really well...
Even managed to get a number of other racers interested in it, so hopefully you'll get a couple more orders.

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Hey mate,
Fans arrived on friday, got it fitted to car. Hopefully will help abit at valley on sunday.

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Old 12-14-2005, 06:31 AM   #85
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Hi Malc,
DCCF mounted to the Stinger and works a dream, back to back testing indoors, carpet, small 20 x 8 m track, using both monster and roar stock motors yielded some interesting results.........
monster without fans came off at 113 degrees C with fan it came off at 44!!!
roar stock without fans 109 degrees and with 38!!! no drop in performance either over the 5 minute race

Keep em coming Malc, they are certainly worth their weight in gold ;-)

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thought I'd bring this back onto the front page....

Ran my MSX DCCF at the weekend, have to say it worked very well (as expected). Mounted as it is, both fans are working really well...
Even managed to get a number of other racers interested in it, so hopefully you'll get a couple more orders.

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Thanks for that vote of confidence, your on me Xmas card list now
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Old 12-14-2005, 07:27 AM   #87
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Fans arrived on friday, got it fitted to car. Hopefully will help abit at valley on sunday.

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Glad they arrived safe and sound Let us know how the CCF helped your motor Show a pic or 2 of your car with the CCF mounted for others to see
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Hi Malc,
DCCF mounted to the Stinger and works a dream, back to back testing indoors, carpet, small 20 x 8 m track, using both monster and roar stock motors yielded some interesting results.........
monster without fans came off at 113 degrees C with fan it came off at 44!!!
roar stock without fans 109 degrees and with 38!!! no drop in performance either over the 5 minute race

Keep em coming Malc, they are certainly worth their weight in gold ;-)

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Hi G,
WOW!!!! those figures are amazing not even I would have thought it would of kept the motor that C L with no drop in performance to, that's a MEGA bonus. Cheers for those comments G,
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Old 12-14-2005, 11:34 PM   #89
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Hi Malc,
DCCF mounted to the Stinger and works a dream, back to back testing indoors, carpet, small 20 x 8 m track, using both monster and roar stock motors yielded some interesting results.........
monster without fans came off at 113 degrees C with fan it came off at 44!!!
roar stock without fans 109 degrees and with 38!!! no drop in performance either over the 5 minute race

Keep em coming Malc, they are certainly worth their weight in gold ;-)

Gaz
Looks like we need the CCF in Denmark ASAP. (We have 3 on order)
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I just want to know where my CCF is for my car? Colin has let me down

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