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    Posted: 11 March 2006 at 11:48pm
OK I got out to the fricken track and the motha ****er wouldent act right. The pinion bell wasent ****ing spinning. And I had allready payed my racing fee!!!!!! Please help me quick fast and a hurry! What parts do I need to purchase?
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loosen the bolt holding it on and check that theres no rocks under your pinion bell.
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Nope no rocks !
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the pinion bell is affected by so many things, spurgears, transmision, engine, bearings, it could be alot of things.

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ok first of all spin the pinion with your finger to see if you can do this and roll the car aup and down to see if it is not another transmission problem. check to make sure the brake cam wasnt pushing against the disk accidentally and if not then more than likely you have a clutch problem

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote [$bigmike$] Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 March 2006 at 2:55am
Ok None of that is wrong or sh*t but my fail safe isnt working any more and the fuc*in pinion is all fuc*ed! Damn it!!!!!!! Sh*t dude makes me want to throw the piece of fu*kin Sh*t in the god damn trash can!!!!!!
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chill pill, they cant always work the way u want them, have you taken the pinion off? maybe you seized a bearing, also see if your clutch has stuck to your pinion, but take the dam thing off.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote [$bigmike$] Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 March 2006 at 3:39am
Lol have done so and the bering came off hotter than hell while at the track. So is the bearing the problem? And what would be a great 1/10 scale onroad car to get?
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what will you use it for?

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Racing and serious racing too. I dont want a cylcone cuz of price. My max price is 300$
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mmm cheapest 1/10th around is something like hpi r40 standard (not hara edtion) schumie r12, or team magic g4. anything like a kyosho rrr serpent 710 mugen mtx3 is all pretty much more expensive. i have an r40 that doesnt work right now. needs rebuilding since it hasnt had one for around 4 months or more
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lol ye, for serious racing you needa be spending more than that =P.
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Dude the point is ELECTRIC not GAS!!! I am getting a factory team associated tc4 ELECTRIC. What would be the best motor to get for all 1/10 scale ELECTRIC onroad cars?Lol
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shouldent you just toddle over to the electric setction then??? lol
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the Vantage V2 range by team orion or the nosram modified range. top end motors though expect to pay 45-60

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Yeah! I want the best of the best motors. What do you recomend? And what does the turns mean on the motors. And what does the magnets mean?? Thanx
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote pani Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 March 2006 at 12:43pm
well i could tell you but this is a nitro section and i am sercretly on this forum while in college in an ICT lesson so i will reveal all when i get home
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Some long class there dude
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generally the fewer turns the faster the motor. magnets are the magnets in side the motor, the more powerful the magnet, the more pwoerful the motor.
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from what i been reading the more turns the more power, like orians new motors are 19t standards, tracks in the stats are adopting them well, i want mamba 8000kv for my mini lst =P
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