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Old 09-18-2018, 07:52 PM
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I'm headed off to the USVTA Sounthern nats in a few hours.
I'll do my best to keep up with posts and questions for the nest few days
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the Can-Am super stock 1/12 motor was great too
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What's a good starting point for timing and gearing for 17.5 the 1 in a 1/10 off road buggy on high grip astroturf, 120' straight with allot of tight corners? Indoor track.
I'm at 44 degs. & 69/30 now looking for more punch coming out of the turns. I started at 46, 69/29 and didn't seem to change much when I went to my current settings.
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Originally Posted by roysays View Post
What's a good starting point for timing and gearing for 17.5 the 1 in a 1/10 off road buggy on high grip astroturf, 120' straight with allot of tight corners? Indoor track.
I'm at 44 degs. & 69/30 now looking for more punch coming out of the turns. I started at 46, 69/29 and didn't seem to change much when I went to my current settings.
Are you running the V2?
Try dropping the pinion (27 or 28) and raising the spur (72 or 75) .
If temps drop drastically in the motor, then try bringing the timing up a few degrees (48).
What ESC are you running with what settings?

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Originally Posted by sg1 View Post
Are you running the V2?
Try dropping the pinion (27 or 28) and raising the spur (72 or 75) .
If temps drop drastically in the motor, then try bringing the timing up a few degrees (48).
What ESC are you running with what settings?
yes V2
HW XR10 Pro Stock V4 ESC in blinky mode
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yes V2
HW XR10 Pro Stock V4 ESC in blinky mode
What drive frequency do you run?
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What drive frequency do you run?
not sure I never changed the stock settings. What frequency do you recommend?
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Default TSR Can Am Motors

I've been getting alot of PM's about the TSR Can Am motors. We are doing motors for 1/12 stock and 1/12 super stock.
They are based on different version motors we have had.
To assure the timing, RPM, KV, and Amp draw are very similar we opted to go with a can that does have adjustable timing so we can set each motor.
There's a tamper proof ID sticker along the can's seam. Then we fill in the timing screws and 3 long screws that hold the can together.
To help with spot checking motors, we have cut into the endbell and can to show a "line up" of where the endbell is set to.

Here's a pic of how they look:


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Hi, I was wondering what kind of benefit I would get from buying a new rotor for my 17.5 V2 "the one"? Would there be a noticeable difference?
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Originally Posted by VanBee View Post
Hi, I was wondering what kind of benefit I would get from buying a new rotor for my 17.5 V2 "the one"? Would there be a noticeable difference?
Did you overheat the motor or run it multiple times a week?

Do you have a gauss meter that you can check it?

I've run the same rotor a year and it only dropped maybe 20 points.

The only time I see a drop in the rotors is when they consistently run 180*+ (on the can, not laminations) in a TC
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Originally Posted by sg1 View Post
Did you overheat the motor or run it multiple times a week?

Do you have a gauss meter that you can check it?

I've run the same rotor a year and it only dropped maybe 20 points.

The only time I see a drop in the rotors is when they consistently run 180*+ (on the can, not laminations) in a TC
Only run every 2 weeks (3 Qualifiers and main)
No I don't have a gauss meter and don't know anyone with one.
Has never been above 140 degrees

I'm thinking the benefit would be minimal.

Thanks for the info.
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