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Old 09-17-2005, 06:33 PM   #901
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here is a pic.
Thats the idea, thanks, but that particular one would only work for a shaft drive car.
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Thats the idea, thanks, but that particular one would only work for a shaft drive car.
hey donny how did you do today?
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Old 09-17-2005, 06:40 PM   #903
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Hey Donny, sorry that took so long bro..... Here's a pic of how I had Jeff Brown mount his fan:
Hey, thats cool. Got the package yesterday, its all good bro. Thanks.

About the fan: We spent all of today testing down a Mikes Hobby shop in carliton Texas, on a HUGE carpet track, 100x60.. One of my main goals today was to test out how well the fan helped to dissipate from the brush hood. Well come to find out that fan did more than I had previously thought, a difference of 45 degrees was noted on 3 consecutive runs. All of which were different armatures and gearings.

The picture attached is by far the best way to mount up a fan for cooling the brushhoods and such. The associated one however blows directly onto the terminals and does not offer cooling for the hood itself.

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Now thats what I was looking for in a fan mount. Looks like a couple of long screws to go in thru the fan, then stand-offs on top of the endbell. What kind of wrap around is that? Pre-made?
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hey donny how did you do today?
Well, I pretty much smoked em'. Car was really good again and had great horsepower of course.
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Well, I pretty much smoked em'. Car was really good again and had great horsepower of course.

lmao..... you smoked Phelan !!!!! I love that sh*t !!! DC power gotta love it
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Curtis, Ran that motor today, WOW!! I'll call you tomorrow or monday if you'll still be in town.. tq'd and won though, man, the power... wow...
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Are you guys doing stockers??
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Old 09-17-2005, 10:30 PM   #908
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Hi Lana.......

Yes, we do offer a line of the "Monster" series stock motors. You can check our e-shop at www.dcmotorsports.net for more info if you would like. Image is shown below. Any other questions please let me know. Thanks.

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Well, I pretty much smoked em'. Car was really good again and had great horsepower of course.
Don V! Nice job buddy! Glad the HP was running Top Fuel for you. (As expected) Keep it up. Are you heading to Vegas at all?

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Curtis, Ran that motor today, WOW!! I'll call you tomorrow or monday if you'll still be in town.. tq'd and won though, man, the power... wow...
what up Brian.......... man, I told you so! The power is always on!

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Old 09-18-2005, 12:01 AM   #911
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Don V! Nice job buddy! Glad the HP was running Top Fuel for you. (As expected) Keep it up. Are you heading to Vegas at all?

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No Vegas for me. Was not going to be prepared. I am just getting caught up and back up to speed. . Having fun at the local racing. That's what really matters right now. Maybe next time. Would like to go to the Nats. Would need a huge paycheck for that one though.
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Jack: Those air scoops would help, especially the one with the fan
yeh, they look good, nice to see they did one for shaft and belt, not just shaft. Also, I think both of the air ducts have a spot for the fan, I have seen some pics of them when they are clear and they both have a section that is 30X30mm for a 5v fan.
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Old 09-18-2005, 12:38 AM   #913
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Who makes or sells those ducts? Does anybody know?

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Old 09-18-2005, 04:11 AM   #914
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POOKYT, Chevron make the ducts. You can get them from Rainbowten and I'm guessing Champ R/C. cost is 700yen($6.30 USD) from Rainbowten and it would be less at Champ R/C.

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Which one from Rainbow Ten is the belt drive one?
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