SFC K's Puller

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andymac0035
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Re: SFC K's Puller

Post by andymac0035 » Thu Nov 28, 2013 12:24 am

SFC K wrote:Ok experts, any ideas on which way I should go to accomplish a full pull? Pinion change up or down? I already know I need to adjust the hitch height. I think I have the weight set to where it needs to be.

Put a mamba monster in that thing! :explosion:

Seriously, if you are allowed to, you could adjust your speed just by adding or removing cells....... :idea:

Probably not viable......... but hey.... you asked. :mrgreen:

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Re: SFC K's Puller

Post by SFC K » Thu Nov 28, 2013 12:46 am

andymac0035 wrote:
SFC K wrote:Ok experts, any ideas on which way I should go to accomplish a full pull? Pinion change up or down? I already know I need to adjust the hitch height. I think I have the weight set to where it needs to be.

Put a mamba monster in that thing! :explosion:

Seriously, if you are allowed to, you could adjust your speed just by adding or removing cells....... :idea:

Probably not viable......... but hey.... you asked. :mrgreen:
2S is the max...I looked for motor limit and it does not really specify...I'm thinking no but I will have to ask the club, plus I really do not want to buy another Brushless system just for this. I need to work with what I got.
Jeff

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Re: SFC K's Puller

Post by SFC K » Sun Dec 01, 2013 3:42 am

Wish me luck tomorrow! I made some adjustments and fixed my current motor mount so now I can switch gears easily without having to loosen a bunch of other nuts and bolts. I hope I went the right way with my adjustments... :)
Jeff

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Re: SFC K's Puller

Post by Diamond Dave » Sun Dec 01, 2013 3:57 am

Good luck to ya! I want to see the results. The rush of pulling the trigger and seeing what happens is awesome. Go man GO!!

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