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Old 12-07-2005, 08:44 AM   #1456
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Come on Curtis tell tell the truth! You just don't want to wind a 16T. You could do 2 8 turns in the same time...lol!

Just joking...keep up the great work, getting factory HP to regular guys!
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Hey curtis, do you have any experience with the Much More motor cooler?


I have been racing and my motors 9t below fade at bout 30seconds. and the MM cooler is suppose to stop this. what do you think?
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Old 12-07-2005, 09:29 AM   #1458
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Hey curtis, do you have any experience with the Much More motor cooler?


I have been racing and my motors 9t below fade at bout 30seconds. and the MM cooler is suppose to stop this. what do you think?

IMO the much more cooler is not worth what you pay for it. The small pelter cooler and the aluminum motor clamp are a bad combo. It looks cool but there are better ones out there that cool at least 10 degrees cooler. I think you will have better luck installing two or atleast one fan on the car.
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Old 12-07-2005, 09:35 AM   #1459
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i do curently have 1 fan blowing right onto the endbell.
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Old 12-07-2005, 09:49 AM   #1460
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i do curently have 1 fan blowing right onto the endbell.
humm then maybe turn down the timming. Dont jab the brakes and make sure your gearing is right.
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Old 12-07-2005, 10:36 AM   #1461
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For 1/12 scale racing we don’t use UL milled arms…. Before I can offer further advice I need to know your intentions as to WHY you want a 16t armature for your 1/12th scale. Is there spec mod (16T) class at your local track? Or perhaps you just want to fart around with a mild mod….
IF it’s for spec racing go with the RPM-blank, as this will provide the best overall performance. If you just want to fart around with a mid mod go with the torque-blank as this will provide the most runtime and require the least amount of maintenance…



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What i want to do is run with the guys that run 10 turn and less, what i am doing now is running with a 19t and keeping the pace with the low mod guys, the reason i don't want to dump like the other guys with the lower turns motor, so i guess 16t would be just fine with a little more power than the 19t.
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Old 12-07-2005, 10:58 AM   #1462
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Adrian: LOL....

Alex: Sorry dude didn't see your post.... Give me your motor setup, including your rollout and track dimensions.....

Ram: Go with the RPM blank for your 16x2...



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curtis have any idea on when you will get some stock motors back in, cause novak is commin up and no one seems to have anything
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curtis have any idea on when you will get some stock motors back in, cause novak is commin up and no one seems to have anything


With 3 new stock motors being released next month I won't be carrying/restocking the older models.... Talk to EA, I think he's getting some Monster and ROAR stocks in before the Novak race....


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Old 12-07-2005, 12:51 PM   #1465
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Superior Hobbies still has 3 DC Motorsports Monster Stock motors in stock..... 407.834.9299

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Hey curtis got the package thanks man i will call soon
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for roll out im goin with a 21mm roll out for my 10t and 20mm roll our for my 9t and 19mm roll out for my 8 t

with 9t and my 8t im running 12* of timming with silver brushes.

with my 10t UL i run 24* of timing and silver brushes


track size...donno, im guessing 120x80(not sure)

with the 10t i dont pin it in the infeild, i really only use the horse power for the straight. and for the 9t and 8t still dont pin it for the infeild. and i only use brakes for a mistake or sumthing.

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With 3 new stock motors being released next month I won't be carrying/restocking the older models.... Talk to EA, I think he's getting some Monster and ROAR stocks in before the Novak race....


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Curtis....are you going to the Novak race? Also we just had the 3rd round of the All-Star carpet series we got 93 entries this round.....thanks for the prizes the guys who won the packs were stoked....thanks again for the support. I was able to TQ and take home the win in 19t 12th scale and Mark Sweeny was 3rd running DC power.....we were both the fastest cars there traffic helped mark out a few times but still managed to come back to get 3rd.
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Old 12-07-2005, 05:19 PM   #1469
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Alex: For that size of track It sounds like your under geared on your 8 and 9 turn motors..... Your 9 should be geared the same as your UL 10 turn motor and the 8 turn 1 tooth below that. So 21mm for the 9 and 20mm on the 8, leave the 10 turn geared the same.... LMK if that helps.


Kevin: Sweet.... Good Job boss... No I'm not coming up for the Novak race, I've got some stuff going on that week and won't be able to make it up.....



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Curtis........I didn't get an email yet. Talk to you later.

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