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Old 11-09-2006, 12:43 PM   #3466
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hey all:team brood is building a nice little team going into 2007 with peter robinson,mike dumas,jarod scott,travis amazcua,all horne if i'm not mistaken as well as others i may have missed.does brood have any drivers on the oval seen and what is the hot motor set up for oval?thanks and good luck to tem brood in 2007
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Old 11-09-2006, 12:52 PM   #3467
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your going to have to check your post office on that because it was shipped out. once i get to work today i will check and find your tracking number then i will pm it to you so you can check. since it was sent out there is nothing we can do it's either stuck in customs or what not.

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Hey Jeff,

Just received the parcel. Thanks a million for the awesome service.

Just a quick question, HOW THE HECK do you use the bearing tool. I am trying to insert a bearing back into my Tamiya 11T modified motor but have no idea how the positioning is meant to be of the tool.

Tool I purchased: BMS Bearing/Bushing Installer/Remover

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Old 11-09-2006, 02:59 PM   #3468
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Old 11-09-2006, 03:50 PM   #3469
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after each run discharge the pack to 5.4- i do this on my muchmore CTX-D using a 30amp pulse to 0.9v per cell.
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then you can put the pack away if need be.
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before you go to charge again- i stick the pack back on the CTX-D and discharge using 5-amp linear discharge to 0.85v per cell.
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charge using 5-7amps (which ever you prefer)
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use a 0.2 cutoff for 4cell-0.3 cutoff for 6-cell.
Thanks Peter, Just a few things I'm not totally clear on.

After each run, I want to discharge the 4 cell pack down to 5.4 or 3.6, (0.9volts per cell)?? If I don't have a CTX-D can I just use my Integy Tray to bring it down to 0.9v per cell? I do own the Cell Master but not the CTX-D yet. At the end of the day when I want to put the pack away for 2 weeks, should I put some charge back into it, if so how much? I usually charge at 6.5 amps so I'm good there....the 0.2 cutoff....that I presume is the Voltage threshold? per cell right for a total of 0.8v for a 4 cell pack?

Sorry for my ignorance....just want to clarify. Want to look after my cells the best way I can given the tools that I have.

Thanks again Peter....really appreciate it.

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Old 11-09-2006, 04:09 PM   #3470
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for all of the current IB4200 cells, you will want to put about 500sec of charge the very first time you go to charge a new pack. NOTE: this is only if the pack is brand new.
Hey Peter (or Garrett), what do you mean by that? Just put a 500 sec charge in it right after I solder the pack up and before I give it a full first charge on race day???

Garrett, got the batts and other goodies. Thanks buddy!

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Hey Peter (or Garrett), what do you mean by that? Just put a 500 sec charge in it right after I solder the pack up and before I give it a full first charge on race day???

Garrett, got the batts and other goodies. Thanks buddy!

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What he means is put 500sec's of charge into it. then put it on the discharger. discharge to .9 volts per cell. Let cool. then charge normaly. This is for brand new packs just assembled.

Personaly I use 35 amp discharge to 5.4v then place on Novak or DPC linear discharge to .9. to keep it matched. Then Charge.
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Old 11-10-2006, 09:28 AM   #3472
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The T-handle goes on the outside. If installing you put the bearing on the long part then insert on the side the bearing will slide in. On the opposite side put the cup then the T-handle and turn.



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Hey Jeff,

Just received the parcel. Thanks a million for the awesome service.

Just a quick question, HOW THE HECK do you use the bearing tool. I am trying to insert a bearing back into my Tamiya 11T modified motor but have no idea how the positioning is meant to be of the tool.

Tool I purchased: BMS Bearing/Bushing Installer/Remover

Thanks a million
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What he means is put 500sec's of charge into it. then put it on the discharger. discharge to .9 volts per cell. Let cool. then charge normaly. This is for brand new packs just assembled.

Personaly I use 35 amp discharge to 5.4v then place on Novak or DPC linear discharge to .9. to keep it matched. Then Charge.
What I thought too and did. Thanks Tim!

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Old 11-12-2006, 10:14 PM   #3474
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Team Brood TQ's all 4 classes they entered with a 1,2,3 sweep of the modified buggy class. Winning 3 out of 4, At the 2nd round of the Electric Championship Tour.
Much celebrating ensued at the Acropolis.
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Old 11-12-2006, 11:31 PM   #3475
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Nice job Tim, Heard you were running fast..


Acrop - wish I would of know, I would of came down... For those that dont know its an upbeat establishment with an all you can eat Muffet Bar - lol....


Nice Hat in the pics I seen Garrett....
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Old 11-13-2006, 12:35 AM   #3476
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what hat?

all i had for hats this weekend was a beenie and an odonnell hat...
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Old 11-13-2006, 08:02 AM   #3477
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Old 11-13-2006, 03:01 PM   #3478
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yes that order shipped on the 7th.
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Old 11-13-2006, 10:53 PM   #3479
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Hi, I noticed this 19T motor on your site, but there is no info on it at Integy's website. How does this motor compare to the current crop of 19Ts? I'm basically looking for any kind of info on the motor.
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it is the rpm version of the blue atlas.....kind of like the co27 vs the "X" motor..

i havent run one yet but jenkins has....i have heard nothing but good things about them...

they look good on the dyno..lol
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