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Old 06-07-2008, 09:21 PM   #301
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I got mine today john what are you using for packing material. I thought you sent me a diaper at first.
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Old 06-07-2008, 09:22 PM   #302
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Lol!

It is like a diaper, I got a large item shipped with a ton of if and I am just recycling it. Very soft and absorbent. For a bed maybe?
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Old 06-07-2008, 09:29 PM   #303
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What type of large object would need that big of a diaper. Did you order your own sumo wrestler?
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Can't wait to charge up the pack and rip this tomorrow. I ordered a 9.6V 8cell pack and an FXR just for this motor(overkill but fun!)..........It's normal for these motors to get pretty hot? (I am heavy on the throttle)
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It depends on your gearing and rig weight. The 7t normally gets a bit warm in a 2.2, but not hot. I would suggest keeping under 160f, but it is doubtful you will get much past 110f.
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Yes mine gets kind of warm but not hot. (yet)



I love my 7T John, you are the man!
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Old 06-07-2008, 10:40 PM   #307
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darn postal service. I am still waiting for mine. :-(
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Old 06-08-2008, 01:52 AM   #308
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Hey JRH got my motors today... they're awesome but, I don't have any bolts that fit them. Whats the thread size on them?
Do you recommend any trick bolts or anything?
Oh and I got an 8t pinion to fit on raptor2 axles without modding them (a lil confusing since RC4WD said they fit down to 10 only)

Thanks for all your help
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They are 4-40 screws on the last batch.
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Hey john, I recieved my motor today thank for the fast delivery. It's in my rig now and all I can say is that it is an amazing motor. Thanks again.
Can brushes be purchaced for the motors?
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yea i was thinking about that too. can you get them? killer motor by the way!!!!
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Yes, brushes are available. I am waiting for more from the factory right now.
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It depends on your gearing and rig weight. The 7t normally gets a bit warm in a 2.2, but not hot. I would suggest keeping under 160f, but it is doubtful you will get much past 110f.
It's a 20t pinion 87 spur, stock on the RTR. I had alot of full throttle action and you can't hold your finger on it for more than a couple seconds,. It started to make a loud like buzz at mid-low throttle, not noticable at speed, only noticed it out of the truck. It smooths out once you punch it. I hope I didn't break it.

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WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE SOME 10T motors available?
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I have a few 7t right now, and I am waiting for the factory to get more 10t made.
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WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE SOME 10T motors available?
Don't know yet, read above statement.

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It's a 20t pinion 87 spur, stock on the RTR. I had alot of full throttle action and you can't hold your finger on it for more than a couple seconds,. It started to make a loud like buzz at mid-low throttle, not noticable at speed, only noticed it out of the truck. It smooths out once you punch it. I hope I didn't break it.
It could be the brush clicking or your tranny vibrating, but it could also be the ESC acting noisy. Inspect it to make sure nothing looks burned or purple around the brushes.
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Don't know yet, read above statment

thanks JRH, just wondering, want one, already have the 5t and 7t, just NEED to complete the set
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nothing looks burned. Still copper color. Seems ok, just vibrates a little at part throttle out of the truck. Is this too much motor for an 8cell 2/3a pack? If so what nicad cells would you recommend? (FXR pro so voltage limit isnt an issue)
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got my motors today and wow! These are a work of art! Thanks John.
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nothing looks burned. Still copper color. Seems ok, just vibrates a little at part throttle out of the truck. Is this too much motor for an 8cell 2/3a pack? If so what nicad cells would you recommend? (FXR pro so voltage limit isnt an issue)
My motor "buzzes at about 1/2 to 3/4 throttle, its done it from the start and my other motor (the front) does the same thing...
I fit these on clods
BTW if anyone else tries this I recommend motor guards, sticks and debris like to find there way in the motors.

also note nicad batteries aren't that good. I would at least get a quality NiMh
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sorry meant nimh........as far as motor guard. where to buy?
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