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Old 03-31-2006, 10:23 AM   #76
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That really helps level the field although when EA gets OEM's I will get them from him but that tells me Dwane and Company did there homework and put out one stupid fast, easy to maintain, ease of tuning and long lasting motors out..
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Well crap... I still can't find one anywhere. Sigh. Just got an email from EddieO, they're not going to OEM them either so we'll have to rely on our own tuning skills... of which, I have none. Oh woe is me..
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Old 03-31-2006, 10:28 AM   #77
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Well crap... I still can't find one anywhere. Sigh. Just got an email from EddieO, they're not going to OEM them either so we'll have to rely on our own tuning skills... of which, I have none. Oh woe is me..
try calling Allspeed Hobbies...they a few left the other day...
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Old 03-31-2006, 10:45 AM   #78
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What's a good break-in period for these motors?
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Old 03-31-2006, 02:34 PM   #79
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I belive the instructions with the motor say 2v for 300 secs. On the heat issuse, a torque based motor will not run hot when geared low, that is where they like to run. My Br00d QM is gear at 5.85 fdr with 63mm tires, on the oval it comes of at 115 degrees just about everytime.
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One sort of Odd point... Tower Hobbies lists the "Money" 19t as having a molded PLASTIC endbell -- not Aluminum...??? They also mention Atlas brushes, so I think they just messed up the listing, but..?

Anyone one -- what is the endbell made of?
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Old 03-31-2006, 07:16 PM   #82
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Molded endbell on the 19 turn motor.
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Endbell is molded of plastic, to conform to ROAR rules..

Atlas is the name that CHECKPOINT gave to that praticular brush compound. Not to be confused with the other 'ATLAS' motor/Co.
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The endbell is plastic, the brushes are CP brushes, they just call the brush the Atlas brush, like the other is the infinity brush.
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The endbell is plastic, the brushes are CP brushes, they just call the brush the Atlas brush, like the other is the infinity brush.
Atlas is also the less expensive of the 2 brushes they have, atlas brush = $4.00, infinity brush = $10.00
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from what I hear... the Atlas brush is good for like 10 runs and the Infinity good for 30-40+runs before they loose performance, replace brushes and cut the comm...
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Motor is scary fast

used a 34 pinion on 116, tires 57mm rollout was 30.87.

motor did not fade or got really hot
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Hey Dawg...I had just the opposite. The motor ran lousy with a 32mm rollout. Faded hard at the 4 minute mark.
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Hey Dawg...I had just the opposite. The motor ran lousy with a 32mm rollout. Faded hard at the 4 minute mark.
Maybe you should put the infinity brushes in. It comes with the Atlas brushes and they don't handle the higher voltage.....They wear out real fast...From the word around the Paragon Purple Haze Pool...
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Old 04-01-2006, 07:34 PM   #90
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Hey Dawg...I had just the opposite. The motor ran lousy with a 32mm rollout. Faded hard at the 4 minute mark.
32 pretty tall order for rollout
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