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Old 01-12-2019, 09:12 AM
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Just placed an order for a 21.5 3.0 The One last night. Can't wait to get it. Bought my last one used and it screams.
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Old 01-13-2019, 07:57 AM
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New 3.0 motors are lighter than the 2.0 version. Looks to be on average around 10 to 12g lighter. The can design is ingenious with getting rid of the long motor screws. Edited: I had said 100g. My scale was off. 😜

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Old 01-13-2019, 11:42 AM
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Just pre-ordered a 17.5 for 2wd buggy. After reading which motor to get, “The One” or spec mill and decided on spec mill. One of the fast guys at my track said the same thing about spec mill being plenty fast. I know I will order “The One” 25.5 later this year for USVTA though since I’m more consistent running on-road. Looking forward to trying this 3.0 17.5 out. Might even run one in my stadium truck 8 ).
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Old 01-14-2019, 02:59 PM
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Just a few questions out of curiosity…..

1.) Any idea on ROAR Approval process turn around time for the Version 3.0 motors? Have a ROAR race coming up in February.

2.) Now with a spec mill 25.5 Version 3.0 and 25.5 Version 3.0 "The One", will both be legal for USVTA especially with regards to USVTA rules/ ROAR rules? I read some of the older USVTA threads with regards to the older version 25.5 and saw a lot of confusion about "The One" being legal for USVTA or not. I saw both have the same part number so my take is that its legal. I just don't want to catch hell at the club level or big event if I show up with a 25.5 Version 3.0 "The One". I hope I don't bother anyone by posting these questions. I just want to be 100% legal with USVTA and ROAR. Thanks for any clarification. Myron, if you see this, I would be very interested in your take on this. My better judgment now that I think about it is the spec mill is more inline with the spirit of USVTA and cost controlled racing. I know which way my heart and wallet are going, lol 8 ). Thanks in advance guys. "D"

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if and when ROAR approves the motors, it will have a part number Team Scream #1122(exp)…. and whatever that number is should be the approved motor... TSR, One and reg have same number and that's cool, cause its easy to understand and identify. And both would be legal. The basics of the motor are the same between them, but ONE was gone over with a fine tooth comb sort of speak

The confusion came into play when company XYZ, had 2 of the same motor with 2 different part numbers, and only one of them was listed... that's a NO NO
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Originally Posted by DARKSIDE
if and when ROAR approves the motors, it will have a part number Team Scream #1122(exp). and whatever that number is should be the approved motor... TSR, One and reg have same number and that's cool, cause its easy to understand and identify. And both would be legal. The basics of the motor are the same between them, but ONE was gone over with a fine tooth comb sort of speak

The confusion came into play when company XYZ, had 2 of the same motor with 2 different part numbers, and only one of them was listed... that's a NO NO
Thanks Myron. I appreciate you weighing in on the subject. I feel the need for VTA speed lol. I guess my wallet could get a little lighter after all. 8 )
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Old 01-16-2019, 12:31 PM
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Originally Posted by trilerian
Is there any data on your motors for best timing setting based on rpm ranges you are in the most? I am looking at the tekin esc and the data logging has an rpm curve, which can be used to set gearing by the shape of the curve for max rpm. What would be great is to export this curve to an excel sheet and set rpm ranges, then find the mode and use that to set timing. But to do that, we would need the most efficient timing setting for an rpm range.
For the V2 13.5 and 17.5 typically 42 to 44* is where most end up... But there are cases where 50 to 52* or 38* work better.
That's a huge swing and RPM are over 3,190 different, but depending on traction, temp, layout... it works.
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Is there a certain brand of bearing replacement tool that works well with the TSR motors?
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Old 01-21-2019, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by fuelgun
Is there a certain brand of bearing replacement tool that works well with the TSR motors?
I use a generic one..lol.. it works well on the can, but for the sensor board side I use a drift pin and small hammer to knock the bearing out.
I remove the sensor assembly from the motor, then remove the endbell, then put the 3 flat head screws into the sensor assembly a turn or so and use the flat heads as standoffs to hold the assembly up .
If that makes sense..lol.. then I use a drift pin and small hammer to tap the bearing out.
If you need a picture I can post on to try to make it clearer
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Any idea where the 25.5T is along the ROAR approval process? Looking to get these but want to wait until it's on the list so nobody can cry when I beat them lol
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Old 01-24-2019, 09:32 AM
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Originally Posted by iTz Nicholas72
Any idea where the 25.5T is along the ROAR approval process? Looking to get these but want to wait until it's on the list so nobody can cry when I beat them lol
The motors have been at ROAR for a while now... Haven't heard any new news
I'll see if I can get some kind of info/update from ROAR.
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Old 01-24-2019, 09:34 AM
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Just a quick FYI...
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John and I are heading off to the Birds.
Any orders that come in will not be processed until we get back (week of the 5th).
If you happen to be down there stop by and say Hi!

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Got a chance to play with motors again this past weekend. Putting down fastest lap times in 12th scale. Could have won if not for moving road blocks. Temps are ridiculouslay low. In USGT I was in top 3 and 4 position. Traction rolled and ended up 5th. Again temps were around 105-110*. Thanks to Wayne and all the texting this weekend. Lol
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What timing and RO for 1/12th?
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Old 01-29-2019, 07:22 AM
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Originally Posted by LAGuy
What timing and RO for 1/12th?
that all depends on size of track. Our carpet track is large and flowing for 12th scale. 100x50. I was rolled out at 90 to 91 and timing was 50-52 on the can. If you are on any smaller track I would guess your rollout would be 82-85 and keep timing the same at 50-52. But sg1 might find out more info this week. I was using 17.5.
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