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Old 04-03-2018, 04:20 PM
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I've watched probably 10 to 15 videos on motor testing recently. Not a single one of them showed or mentioned timing built into the sensorboard. The timing test result is the timing set on the can. So, it's a new one on me. Not saying it's bad or anything, just new to me.
With the can etching compensating for the sensorboard no reason to worry about it 😀 I remember running the d3.5... That had 18* too.
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I've watched probably 10 to 15 videos on motor testing recently. Not a single one of them showed or mentioned timing built into the sensorboard. The timing test result is the timing set on the can. So, it's a new one on me. Not saying it's bad or anything, just new to me.

Oh well, live and learn!
I've never seen them match. The closest match I've personally seen was out by about 5 degrees.
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I've never seen them match. The closest match I've personally seen was out by about 5 degrees.
It it common practice to monitor the current draw of a motor and adjust the timing to target a particular amp draw, say 6amps, at full throttle?
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It it common practice to monitor the current draw of a motor and adjust the timing to target a particular amp draw, say 6amps, at full throttle?
It used to be. It's not recommended anymore, as the 6A guideline doesn't apply to the current generation motors.
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Old 04-08-2018, 07:59 AM
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Very pleased with the performance of the TSR 25.5 in my VTA car at yesterdays Nobody's Fool race. Very impressive indeed!
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Default TSR results at Windy City!

Scott Jakes and Andrew Mowery dominate at Windy City over the weekend!
Andrew TQ's and wins F1 and finishes 8th in USGT.
Scott TQ's and finishes 2nd in USGT and 2nd in F1.

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I manage to bend the endbell on my team scream the 1 v2. 0. Do you sell Just the endbell?
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Old 04-16-2018, 06:37 AM
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I manage to bend the endbell on my team scream the 1 v2. 0. Do you sell Just the endbell?
Yes... John has some extras he can sell.
Send an e-mail to : [email protected]
I will tell him to keep an eye out for it.
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Old 04-22-2018, 06:36 PM
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Any recommendations on gearing for the TSR 13.5 The 1 2.0 in a B64 wheeler? I'm currently at an 81/24 and it comes off in the 140s at the very hottest spots i can find, most of the motor is 110-130s. I feel like i'm a bit low on gearing, no one i know is that low at our track, but if i go any higher say 78/24 or 78/25, i think i might start getting too hot.
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Any recommendations on gearing for the TSR 13.5 The 1 2.0 in a B64 wheeler? I'm currently at an 81/24 and it comes off in the 140s at the very hottest spots i can find, most of the motor is 110-130s. I feel like i'm a bit low on gearing, no one i know is that low at our track, but if i go any higher say 78/24 or 78/25, i think i might start getting too hot.
What size track and what surface?
Do you use a fan on the motor?
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