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Old 08-23-2007, 05:51 AM   #781
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Does any one know the brushed turn values of the mamba motors?

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4600 = XXturns
5700 = XXturns
6900 = XXturns
7700 = XXturns

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Old 08-23-2007, 02:24 PM   #782
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check out their website and view each motor. it will tell u what ur lookin for.

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Old 08-24-2007, 10:42 AM   #783
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Does anyone have a 4600 or 5700 motor they want to sell?
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Old 08-24-2007, 04:13 PM   #784
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5700 work for ya?

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Old 08-25-2007, 08:51 PM   #785
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ROAR regiona 2 touring race is in the books. My Mamba Max pushed my car up to the front with a 3rd place finish in stock touring and ended up running along with my Express Motorsports teammates running some of the fastest times of the night. The power the Mamba Max provided was excellent. Couldn't of ask for it to do anymore than it did.

Great speedo. The only car in the field with the Mamba Max in the car. Sometimes size does matter.
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Old 08-26-2007, 12:22 AM   #786
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ROAR regiona 2 touring race is in the books. My Mamba Max pushed my car up to the front with a 3rd place finish in stock touring and ended up running along with my Express Motorsports teammates running some of the fastest times of the night. The power the Mamba Max provided was excellent. Couldn't of ask for it to do anymore than it did.

Great speedo. The only car in the filed with the Mamba Max in the car. Sometimes size does matter.
do you run high power brushed mode or standard?
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Old 08-26-2007, 07:05 AM   #787
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do you run high power brushed mode or standard?
I run the high powered brushed mode. It has some dead band at the initial part of the throttle but it works great. Very smooth and it takes nothing away from the topend and smoothness of the throttle.

Been running 100% brushed mode since i have been running the Mamba with zero problems. My motors and comms run and look the same as when I ran any of the top leading speedos from KO, LRP or Tekin. Been a great speedo for me overall. Never have any problems.
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Old 08-26-2007, 07:59 AM   #788
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i'm really lookin forward to the idea of a stock equiv piece from castle. i dont wanna go and plop 1 of the other sensorless jobs in with the speedo, but then again offroad isnt over til oct. this option might make me consider running TC this winter, something i had initially passed on b/c i dont wanna buy more nimh's after offroad is over (not to mention ROAR and '08 looming).

gj brian on ur result. need to get more folks racing w/this very nice controller. i'm sure u were very cozy on temps vs those 'mini' controllers out there.

still out in front on pts here in 2wd mod, complete w/the highest trap speed of buggies. yes thats with the 4600 folks!

it'd be too much to ask if castle has a speedo thats 1/12 friendly in the works?

i'm lookin at usin this speedo with perhaps a f103GT (if the track runs the class) , they usually run a 540 but tamiya does allow lipo. (thus the max is a logical choice)

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Old 08-26-2007, 08:53 AM   #789
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Can always run offroad at Bumps and Bruises during the winter and keep running your brushless setup. You could run a 6900 or 7700 since traction is so freaking off the charts you can practicing doing wheelies all the time.

Other than the Max being a little large it works great and at least in offroad cars they fit easily. In touring I creative wiring and they fit in most cars. Works well in my MI3.
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i do not like 2wd at bumps. yes 1 set of tires all season is nice, but the track has become too hairy for my taste as they try to cater to that 1/8th nitro crowd that otherwise sits dormant during winter. i'd rather be doin somethin onroad this winter, dirt oval is just too much $ to startup.

hope against hope that some type of tamiya/basic class starts at C. CK is almost ready, but lookin for somethin else as well.

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Old 08-27-2007, 11:55 AM   #792
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I run a 6900.. Anyone having any (cogging*) problems with the stock connectors.. Have any suggestions on what to replace them with... Thats better.... There are 3 other local drivers that dont have this problem..I run the default setting on my radio and braid the wires on the speedo and motor and still get coggin.

Also seems like my system will over heat in Mod SedanTC4,I run on medium size track 85X22 am guessing..I have it geared(14pinx75spur) pretty low to avoid* thermal
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bullet connectors must go. hardwire!

gearing low to prevent thermal is old world. if i read u right, ur goin small on ur pinion in the theory that ur goin easier on ur motor. Ur not! the motor and/or the speedo are likely runnin hotter than they should. gear car appropriately for ur combination, just like u would for a brushed motor (albeit diff ratios).

if it cogs late in race. check ur temps/gearing/drivetrain/radio settings

if it cogs at random early or late- check/remove ur connectors, batteries, radio settings and radio communication.

good luck (go for the connectors 1st and get that gear ratio where it needs to be)

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Old 08-27-2007, 06:35 PM   #794
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yodace, when you say it will overheat, what temps are you seeing on a temp gauge?
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180deg....

New Brushless

I but a call into CC to see if they could hlp... How do u gear a motor like the 6900... I gear low because, where I live the temps have been avg 104degs..

Speedo was set to default all but drag brake - 40 and timing was set to low...
Radio was set to default before the race...

Sometimes if I move the connectors it stops cogging...May try a different connector. How do I hardwire....? Do u guys have pics.? There arent any taps on the motor...
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