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Old 02-27-2003, 11:31 PM
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Not always a must. But since the comm will become trimmer after cut and new brushes are replaced, the rev and current drawn will change. I would usually measure the current drawn and revolution to get the optimum condition. Timing might need to be adjusted. So a motor checker is always working with the comm lathe.

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Thanks guys, I don't have those equipment to do all these things.
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Old 02-27-2003, 11:40 PM
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Oops, Raymond: forget to say: how about charge at larger Amp of your batt. and use a more punchy mode of your ESC!!??
I just rebuilt the drive-train. Had loosened the rear belt tension. The drag on the layshaft is much less, but I found the vibration of the rear belt become bigger --- I think it is normal.

My ESC is a cheapy ESC (Futaba 330, no adjustment on voltage/power output). I think the 43T pinion and 115T spur should be OK. I will focus on charger/battery and motor. My charger is also a cheapy charger --- TLP 4 Amp max.
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Old 02-28-2003, 02:16 AM
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Originally posted by Diva
Congratulation. At that time, you'd save your car -- too early for me to aim at the new target.
Mine is not an Iraq tank...
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Old 02-28-2003, 02:18 AM
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Originally posted by Raymond
I just rebuilt the drive-train. Had loosened the rear belt tension. The drag on the layshaft is much less, but I found the vibration of the rear belt become bigger --- I think it is normal.

My ESC is a cheapy ESC (Futaba 330, no adjustment on voltage/power output). I think the 43T pinion and 115T spur should be OK. I will focus on charger/battery and motor. My charger is also a cheapy charger --- TLP 4 Amp max.
Raymond: Oh, I think you should charge at least 5~6A in order to get punchy batt...
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Old 02-28-2003, 07:41 AM
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DTM: Reaally willing to join you guys tomorrow but have something to do at evening time! So I plan to try Ernest's schedule: 9:00->15:00 (Ernest's: 7:00->12:00) at PYC! Anybody there?!
7-12.....I'm still in bed at that time!!! But we are a t EGR tomorrow!
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Originally posted by fai
Raymond: Oh, I think you should charge at least 5~6A in order to get punchy batt...
What kind of charger you recommend, and price. See whether I can afford it.
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Originally posted by dtm
7-12.....I'm still in bed at that time!!! But we are a t EGR tomorrow!
Where is EGR?
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Originally posted by Raymond
Where is EGR?
Next to Fairview Park- Yuen Long
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Originally posted by Manticore
Kinda like a cheap version of the barracuda!!
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Old 02-28-2003, 08:58 AM
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Originally posted by Raymond
What kind of charger you recommend, and price. See whether I can afford it.
Its easier to give you a list based on what budget you have in mind! The CE pitbull would be a good start at a little over $1000, but you also need a power supply.
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Originally posted by dtm
Kinda like a cheap version of the barracuda!!
this is masami's new ride !!
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Originally posted by Manticore
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I'm thinking of getting a TA04R...just so i can have 4 NSX shells!!! Tamiya year this year!!!!
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Originally posted by Manticore
this is masami's new ride !!
Just gotta love those brokomo A arms....without those Yok will go out of business from lack of spares sale!!
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Originally posted by dtm
Kinda like a cheap version of the barracuda!!
SSG version of TB Evo3
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