Help motor only run full speed w/ only 1 screw

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  1. danny_holtermann

    danny_holtermann Member

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    I bought a brand new stinger motor for my stampede, I have a novake duster 2 sport esc, It will run full speed If I only have one screw holding the motor on, but when I put the other screw in it runs at half speed and drains the battery just as fast.

    CAn someone help w/ this
  2. redheat

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    Start over with install, screw motor in place then wire it up correctly.
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    danny_holtermann Member

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    So you put the motor in first? can it be the other way around?
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    Is this your first R/C. In most cases you put the motor in 2 screws, hard wire thewires from the ESC to the motor. Next hook up the battery, your set.
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    danny_holtermann Member

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    my first hobby rc that is electric yes, what do you mea by "hardwire"
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    hardwire i think is when you have direct connection from motor to esc without connector. mine has little plugs so it can be takin out easily. i dont see why it would be having this problem but i would bolt it in first as red said
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    How to resize the Kartonowka issue 4/2000 bombed out building to !/35th?

    Right on ,or you could go with a Dean connection, there the best in my opinion.
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