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Old 02-03-2006, 11:12 AM   #46
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One day I will figure out these threads......

The brush size will fit itself during proper break in.....its important to make sure the brush is full seated on the comm...if its not, you will not have full power.

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how does the smaller comm diameter compare to brush size use....

and, what laydown brush to use?... those "popular" F-brushes?

it all starts to make more and more sense... now i understand why dc motorsports and ea uses the cans they use...

so my D5 with a 19T (hand wound) most likely would be faster in a C2 can?..hmmm, very interesting...

and my "trick" to buy a modified Team Checkpoint motor and replace the armature with a hand wound 19Turn may fail .. ;-)

On a smaller comm run stiffer springs - say for example you would want to try red - and purple + as compared to a larger comm you would run green - and red +. Of course this is a starting point.

End result - close to the same tension against the comm even though you have diferent tension springs. Always factor in comm size.
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