That's a great idea, shared tricks of the trade are awesome, I've learned a lot of them, and they really come in handy, there should be a PDF combined of tricks of the trade, so that they're all in one convenient place. These forums are great, if you have the time to read through them, you learn a lot!
I've got one, a lot of people use threadlock by applying it to the screw, but to be more neat about it, use the back end of a needle head and apply it to the thread's. Very helpful in keeping it where it belongs, especially for the feathering shaft, any joints with bushings(Don't get threadlock on those or they'll get stuck!), tail blade holders, motor mounting screws, list goes on. If you put it on the threads first, you won't need to worry about getting it all over the place when trying to put the screw right into the threads. I always keep a needle in my CA bottle for clogs, so it comes in handy for threadlock as well.
Jim: I just switched to the 11T pinion, and my flight time was 6.00 minutes. Much better than the 13T! Like I said before, we're in good hands with your advice! I was just hovering, not doing crazy climbouts, but that's still a great improvement. What does timing do? I think a lower timing would give less performance, and more runtime, I guess I could try. I assume it's the degrees of advance before the coils are charged...? I had -12 to +12 pitch, but I think I'll try -14 to +14, scary part is, I don't think it'll bog at 14, with the 13T it didn't have a problem with +14. It's one scary motor.
You've gone and done it again, had to go and break your belt, I thought you learned your lesson the last time you were trying to show off!
Happy flying all! No mowing the lawn, it's already been cut.