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High-RPM motors
sub-note: take care of these motors, they are extreeeeeemly hard to find, so if you blow it up or let out the magic smoke fixing it aint gonna be easy. :-(
By rush-is-right
#96058
how do you know for sure if you have a super 6 vehicle, will the car have a sticker on it saying so, are there certain numbers on the motor to look for? oh, and what luck have you guys had with 3b's on 18 volts? I did the fix to keep the gb's from spreading with a 1/4" bolt, I also cut a pair of breather holes, with some 12 fans to help motor stay cool for future upgrade, the motor cavity in the ninja seems stuffy to begin with.
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By hootienchyna
#96064
unless you know the vehicle and look up the model number of it you really cant tell unless you have an rpm tester made.

if you have the ninja that has the 3b gearboxes look up the mod to put 7's in it
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By bruces_eviltwin
#96079
i had a post awhile back where we were compiling a list of super 6 vehicles.I will have to try to dig that up
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By bruces_eviltwin
#96514
here is what we had started viewtopic.php?f=3&t=8491
By rush-is-right
#99310
should the super 6 just be used on flatter surfaces/grass, or do they handle or have the torque to do hills, or be in bigger vehicles, assuming the gbs are kept at 16t. and will they bolt right up, as far as pinion pitch, oh, and what is their teeth count or does the pinion need to be changed for the other than "3A" gbs?

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