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10.09.2007, 12:38 AM

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Looks good! However, I have a feeling your diffs might be begging for mercy soon .
Everybody that mentioned something about my diffs was correct. I lost my front diff yesterday after bashing. My next update will be FLM hybrids and HPI gears.
   
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10.09.2007, 02:15 AM

Yeah, hmmm, who was that, gee, hmmm......


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10.09.2007, 04:59 PM

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That much of a small difference... your driving style will have more of an impact than that. It could run cooler, or it could run warmer, I couldn't tell you.

But under the same driver, virtually nothing as far as temp increase. You probably wouldn't feel a difference as far as temps goes.
SO just verifing here just to make sure.

1. so assuming i the same circumstances and same driver with my setup i should experince little to nothing temp difference. (not saying that when i run my car i should expect those temps).
2. the total lower gear ratio does that mean higher or lower temps generally when dealing with the neu motors.
   
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10.09.2007, 05:58 PM

That would seem to be correct, yes. My thoughts are that gearing a little lower will result in a cooler esc, and gearing a little higher will make it run abit hotter- but the motor wont change much, if at all temp wise really. This learning curve is steeper than K2....
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10.11.2007, 06:40 PM

Some times gearing a motor lower makes it run warmer. Don't know why just does.
Think it has something to do with efficency.


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10.12.2007, 05:46 PM

Guess thats why the feigaos always run hot- poor efficiency.
It would be nice to know the optimum rpm range for different motors at any given voltage, rather than just guessing at the 30-40,000rpm range.

Silly question: how do you actually pronounce 'feigao'? Thats always puzzled me abit...
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10.12.2007, 08:36 PM

I ask a friend at work what the Chinese symbol from Feigao's web page is pronounced. He said it is pronounced close to fe-go. He said it means "going upwards"
   
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10.12.2007, 10:26 PM

It's puzzled me as well, I've always pronounced it "Fay-Gao". Guess I was a close


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10.12.2007, 10:28 PM

I pronouce it: 'Fee-ya-go'

But that is just me....


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10.12.2007, 10:39 PM

I'm with ZPB.
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10.13.2007, 12:26 AM

Me three., but looks like we may have been wrong.
   
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10.13.2007, 12:34 AM

Well I thought I busted my front diff, which had me a little puzzled because usualy it is the rear that goes first. Well I took apart my front end and....... no drive cup screw!! I thought I had put Locktite on all of them but I guess not.

Can you say noob mistake?
   
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10.13.2007, 12:47 AM

Well even besides the mistake... the front can go almost as often as the rear if you brake a lot, there is moe stress on it when braking.


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10.13.2007, 01:59 AM

Thanks. Never really thought of that. Maybe because I usually break, umm... I meant brake, by hitting something.
   
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10.13.2007, 02:02 AM

Do you mean no screws as in they were snapped, or did you leave them out completely?
I forgot if your using the stock cups or ally ones.
   
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