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Old 09-04-2006, 10:15 AM   #3241
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Well, i knew i were going to order some more Br00d motors after the aweome support after my exploded arm last winter, no questions asked they sent me a new arm (Keep the awesome work up!). So here i am waiting for 2 KD 19T's to arrive, what's a recommended FDR for the KD's? I have no clue since i only run BL usually.. The indoor tracks i race on is usually "large" by US standards with straights of about 20-25 meters.
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Old 09-04-2006, 10:53 AM   #3242
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Team Br00d,

Thanks for your support! Very happy with my order.

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Old 09-04-2006, 08:55 PM   #3243
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Old 09-06-2006, 02:30 PM   #3244
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hey guess what, this is a big anouncement! my email works again! send away

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Quick everyone sign up his addy to some **cough** websites

Peter/EddieO. I've got a few older motors with worn bursh hoods where the spring is held under the clasp above the brush. Keeping the clasp smooth is easily done (little loop of 1200 paper) but any suggestions for keep the edges of the slot below the clasp smooth. The end of the spring catches on the rough edges and make it pretty difficult to check the spring tension. I'll post a pic later on if you didnt understand my explanation, cheers.
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hey guess what, this is a big anouncement! my email works again! send away

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I'm glad that you got your email back up. See ya in a couple of weeks for your semi retirement race. You have to wait 18 months (just like Michael Jordan) before you can come back and race...
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Hey Br00d, is it possible to get some info regarding my order? (#1901) I've tried your info email but haven't got any answer in 2 days, just wanted some info on how far you've come on the motors. PM!
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Old 09-07-2006, 12:33 PM   #3248
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Hey Br00d, is it possible to get some info regarding my order? (#1901) I've tried your info email but haven't got any answer in 2 days, just wanted some info on how far you've come on the motors. PM!
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your order came in only 2 days ago. most likely it is shipping out today.
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Actually, i placed it on the 3rd September, 4 days ago according to my receipt
But hey, i'm more than happy if i get the motors in 4 weeks
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Peter/EddieO. I've got a few older motors with worn bursh hoods where the spring is held under the clasp above the brush. Keeping the clasp smooth is easily done (little loop of 1200 paper) but any suggestions for keep the edges of the slot below the clasp smooth. The end of the spring catches on the rough edges and make it pretty difficult to check the spring tension. I'll post a pic later on if you didnt understand my explanation, cheers.
You can open up the tang that the brush spring goes under slightly to keep it from catching on the rough spots.
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Old 09-08-2006, 09:11 AM   #3251
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Actually, i placed it on the 3rd September, 4 days ago according to my receipt
But hey, i'm more than happy if i get the motors in 4 weeks
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Order Date & Time 09/03/2006 15:07:34

ok your right, and at any rate, the 3rd was a sunday (we are closed) and monday was a holiday (larbor day=closed).

but anywho, yer order went out yesterday before 3pm
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You can open up the tang that the brush spring goes under slightly to keep it from catching on the rough spots.
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Old 09-08-2006, 10:46 AM   #3253
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Hey Peter, sent you a pm.

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What 19T motors on the Team Brood website are 24 degree fixed timing motors?

The motors will be used for a 2WD Offroad Spec class
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Old 09-08-2006, 12:59 PM   #3255
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All the 19t motors in the 19t section are locked 24 degrees......just don't get the ones that say 19 awg or 18.5 (and cost a bunch more), as they are handwound armatures in those.....unless you track allows that.

I still think the Reedy Quad is very good for offroad, as the extra torque you get from the big comm is a good match for that style of racing....

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