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Old 08-27-2017, 10:26 PM
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What epoxy are you using if the stator comes lose?
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What epoxy are you using if the stator comes lose?
I used super glue
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Old 08-28-2017, 08:12 AM
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Is there a specific position that a loose stator should be positioned before gluing? Thanks.
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Is there a specific position that a loose stator should be positioned before gluing? Thanks.
You should see approx. 4 laminations in the cut out closest to the solder lugs. At that location the solder lugs should bottom out and not move freely.
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Do "the ones" come with the stainless screws?
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Do "the ones" come with the stainless screws?
No, they don't.
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I'm really struggling to choose a new motor. I've only used Novak motors since the dawn of the brushless era and had not seen truly significant performance improvements until this season. Now I see racers of all skills levels bolting in the latest TSR, Trinity, Motiv, etc. and boom 2 tenths right off the bat. Other than trying to support my LHS most of the time, I don't have any brand preference in regards to motors but I don't want to lose a race due to the motor and I'm potentially in that position now at the local level. So I guess I'm asking to be convinced or at least educated in regards to the reasons why I'd choose TSR over a few of the other apparent top dogs?

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Originally Posted by DavidNERODease
I'm really struggling to choose a new motor. I've only used Novak motors since the dawn of the brushless era and had not seen truly significant performance improvements until this season. Now I see racers of all skills levels bolting in the latest TSR, Trinity, Motiv, etc. and boom 2 tenths right off the bat. Other than trying to support my LHS most of the time, I don't have any brand preference in regards to motors but I don't want to lose a race due to the motor and I'm potentially in that position now at the local level. So I guess I'm asking to be convinced or at least educated in regards to the reasons why I'd choose TSR over a few of the other apparent to dogs?
I hear the main reason guys choose TSR is customer service.

We build each motor to each order that comes in specifically to your needs.

Timing is set and a gear ratio or FDR is then recommended.

If you need additional help getting up to speed you can contact us here or FB and we can go threw what you have tried and what we would then look at trying.
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Originally Posted by DavidNERODease
I'm really struggling to choose a new motor. I've only used Novak motors since the dawn of the brushless era and had not seen truly significant performance improvements until this season. Now I see racers of all skills levels bolting in the latest TSR, Trinity, Motiv, etc. and boom 2 tenths right off the bat. Other than trying to support my LHS most of the time, I don't have any brand preference in regards to motors but I don't want to lose a race due to the motor and I'm potentially in that position now at the local level. So I guess I'm asking to be convinced or at least educated in regards to the reasons why I'd choose TSR over a few of the other apparent top dogs?
The first thing I will say is that in the current crop of motors you will find a lot of motors that are all roughly the same "speed." That being said, going as fast as possible often comes down to finding the right setup for you and that requires communication.

I think you would be hard pressed to find another motor company that is as responsive here on RcTech as TSR. If you need something both Wayne and John are almost always available to answer questions or help with issues. That isn't to say other companies don't also have good service, but that's what I feel sets TSR apart at this point.
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Originally Posted by sg1
I hear the main reason guys choose TSR is customer service.
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Originally Posted by sg1
I hear the main reason guys choose TSR is customer service. ..........................
SG1, that is "spot on."
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I have never had as fast of a 17.5 motor than the Team Scream "The ONE", Unreal with the right gearing and sometimes it is a little opposite of what you think for a certain track. In touring 4.2 to 4.3 FDR and does not matter how big the track really and this thing had insane acceleration and top end speed.
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Can hardly wait to get to this year's IIC in Vegas with my two TSR 17.5 The One powered cars...
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Hi ,I have a 21.5 .1 that does run well,but the sensor timing is way out,it reads
30 -30 - 45,tested on a skr rc motor tester,I know reading will change from tester to tester but this seams to far for me,is it timefor a new sensor,or can this be shimmed to help improve the timing?Thanks for all the help
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Originally Posted by X marksthespot
Hi ,I have a 21.5 .1 that does run well,but the sensor timing is way out,it reads
30 -30 - 45,tested on a skr rc motor tester,I know reading will change from tester to tester but this seams to far for me,is it timefor a new sensor,or can this be shimmed to help improve the timing?Thanks for all the help
unless you get "the one" the timing between a b and c are probably be way off, when i got mine it was reading A 42, B 36 C 34 i reshimmed the motor making it close as possible to the sensor board ( some say shim to the center of the magnetic field) after re shimming it i got it to A42 B40 C 39 not perfect but alot better. if you hsave a very small soldering iron and a steady hand you can move the sensors closer together (dont recommend it lol)

you can also just buy a few sensor boards and go thru them and pick the best one.
these are not TRS motors but after reshimming the motors you want to get them as close as these
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