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Old 11-07-2005, 01:16 PM   #1801
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EddieO,

Is the average voltage on your cells calculated over the entire 35A discharge to .90 volts.
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Old 11-07-2005, 02:05 PM   #1802
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Just check SMC website. Brood cells are calculated the same.



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Is the average voltage on your cells calculated over the entire 35A discharge to .90 volts.
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Old 11-07-2005, 07:46 PM   #1803
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EddieO:Hi, how do I gear my Team Brood 19T Reedy based motor? I run in a 112ft. x 96ft. technical track. Thank you very much.
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Old 11-07-2005, 10:40 PM   #1804
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CCristo, our stuff IB3800 cells are matched at 35, using a .90 cutoff....6 amp charge, 5000 runout...

Our GP3700 stuff is done at a 5 amp charge, 30 amp discharge, with a .95 cutoff and 5000 runout....

The above settings are what we feel gives us the best match on the cell, while weeding out the crap cells.....and getting the cells conditioned for high end racing....


Fatboy Joe, I am HORRIBLE with gearing.....I will get Peter Robinson on here to help....


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Old 11-07-2005, 11:19 PM   #1805
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Thanks EddieO. The 19s are fast. I just need to make sure that I'm getting the optimum performance with my gearing coz I ran it at 5.6 final drive in a 112ft x 96ft. track. I hope Peter can help me out soon coz we got a race this sat. Atleast Im done with the motor, so i can concentrate on my poor drving skills. tnx
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Old 11-08-2005, 12:38 AM   #1806
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Wow,

Smokin deal on those hot 3700's.

And they are legal too.
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Old 11-08-2005, 07:36 AM   #1807
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EddieO:Hi, how do I gear my Team Brood 19T Reedy based motor? I run in a 112ft. x 96ft. technical track. Thank you very much.
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Old 11-08-2005, 02:14 PM   #1808
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I Ran the motors and batteries this past week at RC Madness. The batteries and motors you sent really surprised me with how well the stuff performed on the track. I have to say my car was as fast as ever, if not faster. Peter did a very good job winding the armatures also. Needless to say, I haven't had horsepower like this since a couple years ago.

I tested the 3700's and 3800's back to back with the same motor setup and I like the 3800's better. The IB Cells just seem to keep on putting out the voltage for the entire run while the 3700's loose a little at the end of the run. Both cells were good, I just recomend the 3800's over the 3700's to anyone.
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EddieOOOOooooooooooo,

I Ran the motors and batteries this past week at RC Madness. The batteries and motors you sent really surprised me with how well the stuff performed on the track. I have to say my car was as fast as ever, if not faster. Peter did a very good job winding the armatures also. Needless to say, I haven't had horsepower like this since a couple years ago.

I tested the 3700's and 3800's back to back with the same motor setup and I like the 3800's better. The IB Cells just seem to keep on putting out the voltage for the entire run while the 3700's loose a little at the end of the run. Both cells were good, I just recomend the 3800's over the 3700's to anyone.
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Old 11-08-2005, 03:11 PM   #1810
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heeeyyyyy duumisssss. haha, thanks for the kind words about the arms, im still learning but getting better. looking forward to cleveland.
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Old 11-08-2005, 10:37 PM   #1811
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Peter Robinson: Hi, I run a 19T Reedy based Brood motor in a 112Ft x 96Ft asphalt outdoor track. What final drive should I start with? Also, the springs taht you guys used are Purple on the positive and Red on the negative post, what sort of power is the motor leaning to? RPM or Torque? Thank you very much.

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the reedy always just seems to be a better outdoor asphalt track motor. i would just gear so that its topping out almost at the end of the longest straightaway on the track. start with like a 5.9 final.
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I guess my answer wasn't good enough.
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I guess my answer wasn't good enough.
Sorry dude, didn't see your post earlier. Thanks for the help.

Peter Robinson: Thank you for the info.
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Sorry dude, didn't see your post earlier. Thanks for the help.

Peter Robinson: Thank you for the info.
I just woke up after crying myself to sleep....LOL I hope the gearing gets you what you're looking for.
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