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Old 07-07-2005, 06:32 PM   #451
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hey Curtis,
what is the original timing for the 19 turn outlaw? 24 or 36 degree about the brush spring may i know is the red spring was in positive side? thanks
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With the awesome power that Curtis produces strapped in my Xray it is going to be a great racing season!

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Old 07-07-2005, 07:42 PM   #453
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hey Curtis,
what is the original timing for the 19 turn outlaw? 24 or 36 degree about the brush spring may i know is the red spring was in positive side? thanks

Don’t tell me you took the motor apart before you ran it, what a rookie (just kidding)…..



The original timing is set at 24 degrees, and I’d suggest you keep it there. Not much performance is gain by increasing the timing, mostly creates more heat and causes the motor to fade late in the run…… The red spring goes on the negative side….

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Old 07-07-2005, 08:15 PM   #454
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Don’t tell me you took the motor apart before you ran it, what a rookie (just kidding)…..



The original timing is set at 24 degrees, and I’d suggest you keep it there. Not much performance is gain by increasing the timing, mostly creates more heat and causes the motor to fade late in the run…… The red spring goes on the negative side….

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Timing bad?

but........... on the dyno they look so dyn-O-mite!?

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Old 07-07-2005, 10:05 PM   #455
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Don’t tell me you took the motor apart before you ran it, what a rookie (just kidding)…..



The original timing is set at 24 degrees, and I’d suggest you keep it there. Not much performance is gain by increasing the timing, mostly creates more heat and causes the motor to fade late in the run…… The red spring goes on the negative side….

Curtis,
actually i had make marking on the 19t motor before i open it and i want to have a look because this is my first time buying outlaw motor just curious what is inside. in the middle my friends was asking me to help him doing something after i back here i forgot what actually i had mark down that why i need to comfirm with you again in order to not bring damage to my new motor. hehehe
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Curtis-the 7x1's showed up today. Its kind of cool just to look at the arms...Am I weird? I cannot wait to run them. From what Ive seen oncarpet/foam-these look like the arms to have. They run awesome in the Ti3 can. LIke my buddy said-like a top fuel dragster on the straightaway!!
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Curtis-the 7x1's showed up today. Its kind of cool just to look at the arms...Am I weird? I cannot wait to run them. From what Ive seen oncarpet/foam-these look like the arms to have. They run awesome in the Ti3 can. LIke my buddy said-like a top fuel dragster on the straightaway!!
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Old 07-07-2005, 10:24 PM   #458
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Jeff-weve been so busy I havent had a chance to think about it. Its a GO as my partner and I discussed it already.
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Jeff-weve been so busy I havent had a chance to think about it. Its a GO as my partner and I discussed it already.
Yeah I know......... i just had to razz you a bit. Keep me posted.

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Old 07-08-2005, 04:48 PM   #461
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Got a question for the motor experts: the little dohicky circled in the attached picture fell of the circuit board of my Cobalt. What is it? I was worried that it meant the circuit on the cap board was broken, but the led on the motor still lights up. Is it a capaciter? Just want to know if I have to go "old school" and solder on som caps myself. Thanks for the help!
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Looks like one of the caps to common.
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Ya, those are the surface mounted caps.... If you haven't been glitching don't worry about installing additional capacitors.

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Old 07-09-2005, 07:10 AM   #464
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Curtis,

hello! i can't wait to try out the motors we ordered from DC... i'm soo excited!!! i have a friend who ran the DC XXX-Cobalt today... he was really fast hope you get the payment we wired very soon

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Curtis,

hello! i can't wait to try out the motors we ordered from DC... i'm soo excited!!! i have a friend who ran the DC XXX-Cobalt today... he was really fast hope you get the payment we wired very soon

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Hey Carlo,

You're order should shipped out Monday-Tuesday, just waiting on the wire transfer to be verified .....

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