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Old 03-06-2018, 09:59 AM
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They came in Friday and John is going threw them
Awesome, I am very excited to see how it performs. Any rollout recommendations for a small track?
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Awesome, I am very excited to see how it performs. Any rollout recommendations for a small track?
On a small track I run a 73-75 rollout at 48* timing for my 17.5 v2.
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I'm curious to what the differences are between the 1.0 and 2.0 motors. The 2.0 has three collector rings for heat sinking/heat dissipation i assume. Resistance numbers looks a tiny bit lower on the 2.0. Is this from a shorter stack or thinner legs, or both? Also, what is the performance difference?
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I'm curious to what the differences are between the 1.0 and 2.0 motors. The 2.0 has three collector rings for heat sinking/heat dissipation i assume. Resistance numbers looks a tiny bit lower on the 2.0. Is this from a shorter stack or thinner legs, or both? Also, what is the performance difference?
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Resistance is a bit lower, RPM is up 700/800, torque is slightly less, Rotor is slightly longer and stronger, KV is up, and power is up 1 or 2 watts.
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I got my motor today. The numbers look very impressive, I can't wait to get it on the track. I also ordered the screws to go with it and one of the can screws is bent. Most likely happened in shipping as they seem very malleable and easy to bend. I bent it back the best I could and it installed in the motor. I assume there will not be an issue with it.
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Straight up, non-leading, non-snarky question.

I want to be confident the TSR 17.5 I just received last week is good to ROAR rules. How is that best achieved?
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Old 03-12-2018, 12:20 PM
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Straight up, non-leading, non-snarky question.

I want to be confident the TSR 17.5 I just received last week is good to ROAR rules. How is that best achieved?
The motor is ROAR legal.

You can wait and see the new updated list ROAR will be doing or if you want to verify sooner you could contact them.
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My TSR 21.5 2.0 did great at the ROAR nationls.
Passed tech no issues and was equal in lap times to all the other motors in the A-main of 21.5tc .I'm pretty sure I uad the only one car was faster than those around me out of the corner and entering the sweeper for the first 10 laps , then it fell into the same feel as the other motors for the rest of the race . and for the mains that's exactly the edge I was looking for unfortunately I wasnt up to the task of driving the best lol . motor did its work tho .
Btw, ran the motor @40deg on can @ 3.88 fdr . tried 4.05/4.1 but seemed to fall off more thru the run
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Old 03-12-2018, 03:26 PM
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I bought 2 tsr v2 " the one motors" ; a 17.5 and a 13.5. However, I ordered them for 1/12 pan cars. I am getting into off road and would like to use 17.5 in my 2wd and 13.5 in my 4wd. They both have 4 line rotors and current timing in 17.5 is 48 degrees and in 13.5 is 42 degrees. Track dimensions approximately 80 by 70. All the locals running trinity so no help locally. Any recommendations for baseline timing and or fdr? 4 line rotors what off road guys using ? Thanks
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We will be at the Canadian On Road Nationals this week, Please come see us if you need anything. All orders from 3-17-18 to 3-26-18 will be shipped out the week of the 26th.
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question: what size is the rotor and how many lines on the shaft for 12th scale?
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question: what size is the rotor and how many lines on the shaft for 12th scale?
It's a 12.5mm diameter and 4 line (high 1600's to 1700g)
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Just picked up a used TSR 25.5 THE 1 motor. It was purchased from Genesis RC on 12/17/17. It was allegedly used for just five or six race weekends. Looks like it comes with the dyno cert and has not been modified in any way. It will be going into my TC7.1 for VTA. Can't wait to get my hands on it!

I plan on running this along with a Hobbywing Xerun XR10 Pro Stock Spec V4 Sensored Brushless ESC. Any reason why this might not be a good combination?

Also, any updates available for this model?


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What do you, Team Scream, do different on THE ONE motors between the classes before shipping it out? Is it just timing adjustment?
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Originally Posted by snuvet75 View Post
What do you, Team Scream, do different on THE ONE motors between the classes before shipping it out? Is it just timing adjustment?
With 17.5, 21.5, and 13.5 V2 The1 motors they all come with 12.5 4 line rotors.
The timing is then set per application
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