70,000 rpm ? Your not getting that from a nitro motor....or gasoline.....You could throw a prop blade.....
The 1717 is quite popular.
It's only letters, they still deliver packages.
Just take it outside and Drive A Nail Through It , just don't wimp out, hit it quite hard.
then just sit back and enjoy the show. (lots of...
isn't an air dam actually "adding drag" ?
would adjusting the CG % be a better answer ?
Yes, Rum Runner is baack in the saddle...
I agree with Matthew.
I allso want to add , Never use one if your motor & ESC has reverse. I have seen brushed boats with reverse..
DO what Darin says. I did it and it works AWESOME and you can take the stuff off with no problem if you need too. Thanks Darin
I have been told 140 degrees is the absolute limit for a motor.
Any higher will damage it internaly.
Remember heat is the enemy.
I can't tell...
Where I live Max Amps 10 AH cells (10C) cost $50 each, 6 times $50 = $300.
Also 10C = 100 amps.
Just when is the Atlanta races ? (dates please)
Awesome speeds, Wish I was there to watch..
You have a P.M.
What about the "front and rear bearing differentials" ? :D
This comment hits the nail on the head.....
I will try the sponson correction.
What about a H & M Supercat XL ?
I can get one used ( good price...
I have an actual weed wacker, it will do 70 mph ( in the back of my van on the interstate )
I have a 40" Dumas Skater cat with a OPS .80 with 40% nitro fuel.
I had been running a Octura X455/3 prop.
Does any one have a recomendation for...
Lets hear it for Jay... :)
Deans connectors, do it right.
Brian is correct.
cell temp MUST be above 116 degrees for a race.
The higher the temp, the more the cells put out.
130 degrees would help...
I power mine with a 25 amp Radio Shack power supply.
No errors, no beeping.
Works for me.
How many amps/cells are you charging ?
You might try...
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