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Old 10-11-2005, 07:15 PM   #991
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Any news on the armuture for the TD dyno?

Winding them up right now.... I'll have them finished some time tomorrow.


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Winding them up right now.... I'll have them finished some time tomorrow.


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Modified motors on the other hand do require a bit more tuning to make use of these high-voltage low-IR batteries…. If one were to take a modified motor that was last used with 3300 (assuming the motor ran perfect with these cells) you would definitely notice more commutator wear/discoloration along with elevated operation temperatures. This is simply because mod arms have 90% less resistance than that of a stock motor, and can make better use of the lower internal resistance on these new IB cells. Being that the internal resistance is so low on these batteries mod motors now have more available amperage at their disposal, which isn’t a bad thing, it just means mod motors can now pull more amps out of every corner, and if tuned properly WILL create more power

i'll try a bit more tuning on my mod motors to try and coax a bit more consistent performance in 5 mins. Thanks again
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hey curtis, my motor is leaving tonight.

i didnt have time to send it yesterday!


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Old 10-14-2005, 06:03 PM   #995
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Replacement armatures for the CE Turbo Dyno have been added to our e-shop along with 12v lathe armatures… Click on the "Hand Wound Armature" menu tab.


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Replacement armatures for the CE Turbo Dyno have been added to our e-shop along with 12v lathe armatures… Click on the "Hand Wound Armature" menu tab.


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hey curtis i miss u at the nats need the power drew had lol
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Old 10-18-2005, 09:04 AM   #997
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Got the motors today both look great I have a couple of questions on the 19T ultralight? The brushes look like 766s if so would 767s give me more power?

Red springs can I go to purples the track is a large outdoor rubber tyre?

Also what guage wire is the armeature wound with?

Most times I use 767s with purple both sides. Do you run the setup on the motor because of heat.

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Old 10-18-2005, 01:52 PM   #998
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Replacement armatures for the CE Turbo Dyno have been added to our e-shop along with 12v lathe armatures… Click on the "Hand Wound Armature" menu tab.


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Is there anybody at DC MOTOR? placed an order today try calling a few times but no answer.
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Curtis.....I got the Door Prizes for the first leg of our winter point series thanks a ton man. We had 96 entries for the first race not to shabby. I know the guys that walked away with the DC stuff were stoked.....Thanks again for the suport with the series. I qualified 2nd in 19t 12th scale and ended up 4th in the main.....after I got the gearing right that Flame 19t was a missle....Thanks
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Hi Curtis

Got the motors today both look great I have a couple of questions on the 19T ultralight? The brushes look like 766s if so would 767s give me more power?

Red springs can I go to purples the track is a large outdoor rubber tyre?

Also what guage wire is the armeature wound with?

Most times I use 767s with purple both sides. Do you run the setup on the motor because of heat.

Regards BJ Spinner


Hey BJ,


Glad the motors arrived... In most cases the 767's will give more power, but they have a tendency to burn up rather quickly, and sometimes there toast before the end of the run. Try the motor like it is, the 766's work quite well on our KR Outlaw 19 Motor... Red springs are a good starting point for the big comm motors; remember the bigger comm pushes the brush out further so your spring tension increases.... All our outlaw 19 arms are wound with 18Awg wire.... Hope this helps.


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Is there anybody at DC MOTOR? placed an order today try calling a few times but no answer.

Were open Monday through Friday 9-5 (Central Time).... If you get the answering machine that means I'm on the line 1, leave a message and I'll back to you ASAP..... Today was a super busy day, I'm actually on the phone right now helping a customer ....


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Curtis.....I got the Door Prizes for the first leg of our winter point series thanks a ton man. We had 96 entries for the first race not to shabby. I know the guys that walked away with the DC stuff were stoked.....Thanks again for the suport with the series. I qualified 2nd in 19t 12th scale and ended up 4th in the main.....after I got the gearing right that Flame 19t was a missle....Thanks


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My pleasure, always happy to give something back to the racers . 96 entries, that GREAT, especially for the first leg..... Glad you like the Quad Mag 19 turn, BTW what rollout did you end up at?


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I think its 1.92 if my chart is right.....I ran a 32/96 with a 1.83 tire on about a 100ft straight.
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I think its 1.92 if my chart is right.....I ran a 32/96 with a 1.83 tire on about a 100ft straight.

Sweet..... Thanks!!!
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