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Old 07-14-2005, 08:46 AM   #1321
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Hi,

This is the 3rd post I am asking what are the main differences between the Team Br00d D5 arms and Ti arms?

I want to get a 6x1 that would give me the most torque

Thank you! I hope ssomeone can answer me this time!
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Old 07-14-2005, 08:53 AM   #1322
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Well a D5 arm would be a trinity D5 arm same as every other D5 arm.

The Ti arm is the same reedy Ti arm that reedy motors use.

Both are offered in a thick and thin web armature. I beleive 5mm and 4mm are the sizes. The 5mm has more torque.

For the wind you are wanting, you need to go with the 5mm thick web arm I believe.

Also if you give them an idea of what application you want the motor for they could point you in the right direction.

I'm sure peter or EddieO can help you more than I can, but its a start.

Hope that helps,

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Old 07-16-2005, 08:06 PM   #1323
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Eddie- You gave Harshguy too much horse power....LOL The good thing is that if I want some 10 turns to run at a club race he has plenty
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Eddie- You gave Harshguy too much horse power....LOL The good thing is that if I want some 10 turns to run at a club race he has plenty
Yea baby ...it sure is different than driving 19T and stock ...hijo de la chingada!!! ...I'm throwin a different setup on the car and profile on the ESC today and trying it out tomorrow, I got a couple of hour window to play tomorrow.
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Old 07-17-2005, 09:24 AM   #1325
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Tempest thank you! but what I would like to know is wich of both will give me the most bottom end torque on a 6x1 for 6 cell touring car racing?

I know Team Br00d uses both arm blanks so they must know what are the differences

More info would be helpfull please, thank you!
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Old 07-17-2005, 11:03 AM   #1326
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Well unless you narrow the P-94 brushes the D5 would have more rpm and the Ti would have more torque. All things being equal. I would go with the Ti myself if your looking for torque.

I am curious as to what track you need a 6X1 for though... I hope you have at least two fans on the car to cool the motor.
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Old 07-19-2005, 05:12 AM   #1327
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can anyone tell me how many degree is it for each "long" mark on my V2 motor? i'm guessing a long mark = 6 and a short one = 3 degree..
am i correct?
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can anyone tell me how many degree is it for each "long" mark on my V2 motor? i'm guessing a long mark = 6 and a short one = 3 degree..
am i correct?
no one knows??
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The v2 doesn't come with marks in the can.....if they are there, then they were manually scratched in.....one mark is usually 12 degrees.....

TBevofreak.....I believe the Trinity arm gives more torque. It's web is techincally a little thicker.


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Eddie

Do you have Schottky Diodes in stock? If so how much are they?
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Old 07-21-2005, 03:37 PM   #1331
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The v2 doesn't come with marks in the can.....if they are there, then they were manually scratched in.....one mark is usually 12 degrees.....
hm i'm talking about these marks:


there are long and short ones..
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Take some calipers or a ruler, measure them and compare them to an other motor'
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Old 07-23-2005, 03:33 AM   #1333
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hey hows it going

i am quite new to the sport and have brought a 12t brood motor and have been very happy with it so i decided to buy a 19t as well

because there is no 19t class where i live (as in the country) i have no idea what sort of gearing i should use or start with

i will be using 3300 yokomo batterys and a tekin g10 ESC on a yokomo ssg sd chassis with cs27 tyres with firm insets, to give an idea of track, main staright 40-45 meters very sweeping courners and a couple of hairpins made of ashvault

any help would be great

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Old 07-23-2005, 04:10 AM   #1334
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You will probably want to start with a gear ratio around 6.0

That number is derived from the following

Teeth in spur gear, divided by teeth in Pinion, times the internal gear ratio.

I don't know off hand what the gear ratio is for your car, but for instance with a TC3.

72 spur.
2.5 internal ratio.
30 tooth pinion

That give 6.0 exactly.

Start with something like that and gear up or down depend on how the car feels, ie... accelerates and where it tops out on the straight. You want it to be toped out about 2/3 down the straight probably.

Have fun!!
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cheers for that i will start there and see how it goes
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