View Full Version : June 28, 2014 - Kyosho Stock

2013.12.15, 09:24 AM
This will be held at Hobby Works, Fairfax, VA

we will be running HFAY # in order to get practice for HFAY S18 race 1 and 2 in July.

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2014.05.30, 01:40 PM
keeping this open with hobby works for stock class and July HFAY practice. :cool:

2014.05.30, 11:04 PM
this is also a time trial track so if your guys want to give that a go it would be great as well.

2014.06.22, 07:41 PM
reminder, we have Kyosho Stock and 86-90mm this coming Saturday!

2014.06.23, 10:35 PM
Looking forward to it.

2014.06.24, 06:05 PM
Myself and Joey won't be there.

2014.06.24, 07:11 PM
sorry to hear that. car show?

2014.06.25, 04:48 PM
sorry to hear that. car show?

House warming.

2014.06.26, 03:57 PM
FYI, hobby works has received shipment of the of the plastic safe motor cleaner spray that Mleemor noted in his motor break in instructions. it's far cheaper to purchase from hobby works as it requires hazardous shipping charges which are equal to or more than the cost of the spray.

after this weekend, i will be running all my stock and HFAY motors thru this process as anything that may provide a cooler running motor is a plus in my book and my stock motor has been overheating on a 7T pinion. if anyone else wish to have this done and maybe doesn't have time to do it themselves, i am willing to assist. just provide the motor and i'll take care of the rest. i even have plenty of extra turnigy silicone wire if you want the motor leads replaced with flexible wire of similar gauge as stock.

2014.06.28, 06:01 AM
Sorry to say I will not be making the race today :(. The next few months will be tough given what I have going on at home. Hope it's a fun day of racing!

2014.06.29, 09:30 PM

Just be careful not to wear out th brushes, this break in process was designed to seat the brushes quickly. It was originally used in 1/12 scale stock class when they would give out sealed motors.

2014.06.30, 12:29 PM
i suppose that is why the voltage is recommended at 2.4v. i ran mine at slightly less voltage for less time simply because i forgot the battery died. i'll be running the motors i put thru this process in the next HFAY and stock class dates. Mike says this works well for mini-z, i trust him.