This would now be the third thread you have started asking how to illegally modify the motor. Maybe you would be interested in how to build a good motor legally?rcdude216 said:How do you rewind one and how do they tweak the com to advance the timming?
I DIDNT/DONT usually tell people anything about motors untill the chassis are right.. Basically I showed ya chassis stuff to illustrate that the biggest bang for the buck is in chassis tuning.. Untill the chassis is right there is no point is throwing good money after bad trying to build a killer motor...Hillbilly W/RC said:With just help from a couple of guys who knew more than I did about set up and such I have taken more time off of my runs than I am sure I ever could have with a faster motor or better electronics any where. I even ran what I would say is my worst motor last week and matched my fastest lap time, but even whith what I think is my better motors I have been doing the same old thing to them and have picked up speed just from set up and no where else. If you are using quality electronics then what they say about the money having to be spent seems to me like more of trand chasing than speed chasing. I ran one of those fast laps with a 3800 from last year. It may be a little expensive to get started in say the 4 celll stock, but after that it is in small things and set up that only take time and pratice and trial and error to find out. If you are loosing speed in the corner than it dosen't matter how fast your motor can make you, you will be left behind by the guy who spend the time on his set up. I am expecting to get even faster when I get more help from guys like Kenwood who has never really told me much about tweaking motors and such just set up, that where it all lies.