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Old 05-03-2017, 07:39 AM
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Is it best to leave timing where it is set at for 2wd buggy? Run on both medium sized and small track and the small track I drop 2 teeth in pinion. I ask as I've had other brand motors whose sensor board deviations jump when adjusting the timing board. Currently my motor is set at 44 degrees. Is there an optimum timing/or amp draw for 2wd applications or best served just leaving timing as is? Thx all

Originally Posted by Marcos.J View Post
Large outdoor track 3.39fdr at 51degrees it's a rocket with a r1 fan comes off the track about 138degrees that's in the Florida heat. Timing at 51 on a motolyzer
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