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Old 10-16-2018, 08:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Madulla View Post
Little update. Turned the timing down a tad. Didnít measure it but it would be around 50 degrees timing. FDR was 4.6 on a small indoor black carpet track. Motor came off between 140-160F. The acceleration is visible of the car coming out of the corner. Happy with them so far.
how does it compare punch wise to other motors that are known to have very strong rotors?
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Old 11-13-2018, 09:40 PM
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Just got my new 17.5 g3 tested in the track over the weekend. I was very impressed, and so was another fellow runing 17.5 stock buggy. We both runing TLR 22, he's got a new reedy S plus 17.5, with Ti turnbuckle and puck system, my buggy was all stock. He's gearing 76/29, mine is 82/22(under gear). At the track, my buggy was pretty fast compare to his, that at one point he thought I was running a 13.5 motor. At the end of the run, we temp our motor. He's over heating quite a bit at 200 degree, and mine was just over 110. Not to be bias here, but I'm just so happy with my g3 motor.
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Old 01-25-2019, 07:08 AM
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I'm not particularly blown away with the inaccurate placement of the hall effect sensors (well, one of them anyway). This means that 1/3 of the motor's timing is 5į off. The only way to get another sensor ring is to buy the complete $40 end-cap set, almost half the price of the motor. I thought these would be better than this. :-(

FYI: Mine is a 13.5t


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Old 02-02-2019, 08:57 AM
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Default V10 G3 21.5 FDR

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what should the fdr be for the 21.5 v10 G3
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Old 05-09-2019, 09:06 AM
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Hi guys,

How much play there's on your rotor before and after you disassemble the motor for maintenance?
I think Nick Adams has this same issue on his video... ( 17:30 to 17:52 timestamp... )

Running 10.5t Blinky, 4.87 on a medium-large asphalt track, timing 42.5 aprox 5.8 to 6Amp draw.
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Old 05-14-2019, 12:16 AM
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Any ideas if the end bell bearing can be replaced? Seems like it can fit the hole in the sensor board this time around.
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Old 05-14-2019, 09:40 AM
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Any ideas if the end bell bearing can be replaced? Seems like it can fit the hole in the sensor board this time around.

Hi, they have bearings on the website, but for XerunG2... for G3 they have the front and rear End Plates with bearings and screws.
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Originally Posted by jmarinheiro View Post
Hi, they have bearings on the website, but for XerunG2... for G3 they have the front and rear End Plates with bearings and screws.
So is the end plate the only option? No way to remove the end bell bearing to replace if I have a bearing of the same size?
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Old 05-15-2019, 01:49 AM
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So is the end plate the only option? No way to remove the end bell bearing to replace if I have a bearing of the same size?
Don't know... never changed ... yet. But next week I'll disassemble the motor for maintenance and check that.
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Originally Posted by jmarinheiro View Post
Don't know... never changed ... yet. But next week I'll disassemble the motor for maintenance and check that.
Alright. Thanks. Was just wondering cause the bearing in my bandit got destroyed and I couldn't get it out. Had to buy a 2nd hand motor without its rotor to replace the end bell. Definitely looking into the g3 cause it seems to be easier to replace parts. Just hesitant because of the torque difference.
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Anyone know when the V10 G3R motor will be available in the states?

New Hobbywing G3R Stock Motors

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