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Old 04-18-2011, 01:18 PM
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hi there im after a pair of motors for my DT not to sure which 1s to get coz i think 1 of them got to be reverse rotation so please could you help a noob links would be great im in uk any help would be apreciated thanks
Old 04-18-2011, 05:18 PM
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hi there im after a pair of motors for my DT not to sure which 1s to get coz i think 1 of them got to be reverse rotation so please could you help a noob links would be great im in uk any help would be apreciated thanks
If you're looking for a little more speed, you could get Tamiya's sport tuned motors. If you want a lot more speed you could go with a high voltage(14v to 16v) system with either the Traxxas evx2 or HPI GT as the ESC and the Traxxas titan motors made for the e-revo(one is reversed).
Old 04-19-2011, 12:08 AM
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can i get any sport tuned or has 1 got to be reversed thanks for the reply
Old 04-19-2011, 11:49 AM
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can i get any sport tuned or has 1 got to be reversed thanks for the reply
They don't have any timing advance, so they'll be fine running in forward OR reverse.
Old 04-23-2011, 09:05 AM
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does tamiya do universal body mounts or is there another model that uses the same 1s i cant find any for the DT truck thanks
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Not that I'm aware of. Maybe that's why I don't remember seeing any with SUV bodies.
Old 05-14-2011, 11:38 AM
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hi there i have had my motors thro today i cant find 2 of my motor screws does any 1 know which 1s to get or part No i would measure them but not sure if i got to measure from screw head or begining thread to end oh wha please help any be great thanks
Old 05-15-2011, 07:02 AM
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hi there i have had my motors thro today i cant find 2 of my motor screws does any 1 know which 1s to get or part No i would measure them but not sure if i got to measure from screw head or begining thread to end oh wha please help any be great thanks
The diameter of screws and bolts are measured by the thickness of the threaded portion(measured on top of the threads, not in the thread grooves). The length is measured by the length of the screw that will be below the surface it's screwed into. So on countersunk screws, the length includes the head. On all others, the length only goes up to the bottom of the head.

540 size motor screws are almost always 3mm diameter.
Old 05-16-2011, 07:48 AM
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ye they where 25mm x 3mm ordered screws and the upgraded bearings i installed 1 motor got a nice a kick on them havnt they cant wait to get the other installed now just got to wait

thanks for the help
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Sure thing.
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i used twin vxl's in mine
Old 05-29-2011, 07:46 AM
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is ur gear box holding upto it i have had no luck with my d/t i think the front g box has started to strip there a clicking noise inside it when i go forward or back am i right or is it somthing else any help will do thanks []
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Did you upgrade all the plastic bushings to ball bearings? The clicking could be drive shafts wobbling from the extra slop cause by worn bushings.
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ye i upgraded the bearing same time i upgraded the motors []
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ye i upgraded the bearing same time i upgraded the motors []
Well, I guess try running only one motor/gearbox at a time slowly (with the wheels off the ground) to see which gearbox is making the noise. When you find it, remove the drive shafts and run it slowly again. If the noise stops, it isn't the gearbox, if it continues, it is the gearbox. It is possible that one of your bearings picked up some debris(usually only with teflon shielded bearings). I ran one of my cars in dirt and the teflon bearings in the rear got dirt in it and made a crunchy grinding noise.

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