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795Re: Prototype speed of "Plymouth FL" #10

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  • RANDALL HEES
    Feb 6, 2013
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      The 1922 Plymouth DL at Ardenwood will go about 12 mph...
      and its quite a ride when running that quickly...

      Randy Hees

      On Wed, 06 Feb 2013 12:16:11 -0000
      "flobarchetti" <flobarchetti@...> wrote:
      > As already mentioned in previous posts, I am currently
      >building up a Grandt Line Kit for #10, powered by a
      >homebuilt drive unit. After some track testing, I was not
      >really happy with the performance of the motor, parts of
      >the gear train and hair-raising top speed.
      > Therefore a redesign will be necessary for the use of a
      >swiss-made maxon motor/gear head.
      > To select the best matching components, it would be
      >great if someone could provide information what roughly
      >the top speed of a
      > full-size "Plymouth FL" is.
      >
      > Thank you very much
      >
      >Florian
      >
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