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> Mini 4WD Corner., Let's talk about this stuff.
Kenzz
Posted: Nov 4 2015, 02:11 AM
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Plain and Simple; 1/32 Scale Tamiya, Auldey and etc. stuff obviously.
This serves as a discovery page, tips, tutorial and guides, and questions I may have and will regularly edit as well etc. etc. Sorry about the formatting, I'll work on it more later.

Gotten interested and bought myself 7x (1994) Auldey kits from an aged hobby store that actually had around 10 dusty shelf kits (Plannign to buy them all later, since they're $10ea) because I couldn't wait 2 weeks for my Tamiya Speed-Spec Starter Kit to arrive (Still due from 1st Nov. Until 12th).

Been reading articles, and even writing my Mini4WD fiction series/stories as well.

My current Q's that needs A's
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> Discovery Section
Discovery: "Training" your batteries (Usually rechargable ones) TBA'd [Will provide links later]

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Posted: Nov 4 2015, 02:42 AM
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QUOTE (Kenzz @ 30 minutes, 58 seconds ago)

Q3; Which batteries are good? Why and etc? I like to discuss about this since I'm going to buy rechargable Ni-Mi batty:

if you are willing to spend the best might I suggest Sanyo Ni-MH batteries especially Eneloop

normal version if you are on the quantity with a budget...
Eneloop for lowest discharge rate during storage on long term

Eneloop AA has 1500 or up to 2000 mah but charge cycles of 1000-1500 depends on the packaging

Harmolattice/XX series batteries has 2500 mah but charge cycles of 500


duly noted those are voltage rating of 1.2V per cell/unit



other theories that might be applicable to mini4WD.... try to research further on Lithium based battteries, Airsoft communities started to embrace these kinds and not the mini4wd ones?

the 18650 ones are also 3.7v per cell/unit
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Kenzz
Posted: Nov 5 2015, 12:31 AM
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Just purchased Everready Gold Alkaline AA Batteries. 10pk at half price for $5AUD... so good.
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> Gonna buy more battery types and test and evaluate them out
> Build a home made improvised track to use on my spare room.
> Find ways to solve or improvise on the vibration feedback.

You might rather lower your volume enough just in case.
YOUTUBE ( https://youtu.be/P86wpYAgA0k )

YOUTUBE ( https://youtu.be/ScKdpB8Z1jQ )


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Posted: Nov 5 2015, 08:35 AM
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so what would u like to know

i just know enough to tell that i only build cars now for nostalgia reasons and rarely run them

well i can u that its super boring running them alone and if your from a country that was never popular with it then its pretty boring (unless u like to build for fun)

its kinda like rc cars where u need to find a group of ppl, but back then it was just like bayblades where i can pretty much walk out my door steps and the neighbor hood would track (or stadium in bayblades case)
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Kenzz
Posted: Nov 7 2015, 10:43 PM
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Today's Discovery

Everready Gold Alkaline Testing.
Stock Auldey Motor = Balanced Speed, not too fast not even slow.
Black Auldey Motor = Very fast. Feels like a supercharger.
Tamiya Rev Tuned 2: Slightly Fast, not fast enough, but balanced and feels technical and phasey.

Then comparing it with:
Energizer Advanced Alkaline.
Stock Auldey: Noticed 5-10% Increase in speed but not power.
Black Auldey: 30-35% Extra Torque Peaky feel, it runs faster and harder.
Tamiya Rev Tuned 2: Feels 25-50% more faster, still balanced and technical feeling.

I believe specific motors run at a fixed RPM speed even with the greatest battery its not gonna really do much based on the motor's limited potential.

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Posted: Nov 9 2015, 02:56 AM
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rewired the motor to make it faster
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