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John Roche
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It's a fast motor (obviously) but I have only used it in metal chassis cars with sponge tyres. I suspect wheelspin might be a problem in plastic chassis cars?



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The Falcon is definitely a little too much motor for nonmag on a plastic track, it would probably take quite a bit of lead to get it to hook up . If your looking for major speed , I would suggest the Scaleauto 35000 red can motor , as it is a drop in with no need for any modifications to the mount. Iset up another IRL car with this motor with foam tires and weight and deep guide to run on a big comm. track , it runs great.

 

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QUOTE (DE38 @ 29 Jul 2004, 23:24)I installed a Falcon in an Scaly IRL, a little reshaping of the mounts and some glue and she was good to go.
Did you have to change the gear ratios to use all those revs ?
 
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