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Old June 20th, 2013, 20:48   #61
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So, this was the motor that was going to be sent to me some months back?
Nope that was the predecessor, we took all the motor available in the market FCC 2.5, Systema 480, 490, 7511, 7512, JG motor, CTW Motor, test them all make notes on each pros/cons on each of them and come up with this new design. I can tell you that this motor is the strongest in the market even stronger than the new Systema motor which peaks out at under 29,000rpm the new motor can go 38,000RPM before tweaking
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Old June 21st, 2013, 00:26   #62
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I know there's a hot debate above me, but this is still relevant to FCC. Are they ever going to release a plain AR? All the AR are all exotic ones, I was wondering if they'll ever release complete M16A1, M16A2 etc.
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Mcguyver, Wildcard.

Here is the deal. I have to clean this thread. There is definitely some good reading between you guys, and I'm definitely not trying to discourage opinions to be voiced. However, since this was once a product announcement thread, I only ask that it be kept for that + some informative Q&A which was being provided until this thread suddenly went to *$&%.

Mcguyver, you keep doing what you do, providing detailed analysis of your findings in a thread designated for it.. besides, much easier for the ASC user base to receive information if it is concentrated in one concise area of the forums.

Wildcard, you keep doing what you do, front line intel from FCC on what is coming down the pipe. A lot of users (including myself) have invested in FCC products, and are very interested to see what new stuff they have coming up.

The community definitely thanks both of you for your knowledge, experience and efforts to provide information to us. However please try to do this in a manner which doesn't involve you stepping on each others toes.

If you guys need any other thread cleaned, just let the mods know.


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Old June 21st, 2013, 03:11   #64
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I know there's a hot debate above me, but this is still relevant to FCC. Are they ever going to release a plain AR? All the AR are all exotic ones, I was wondering if they'll ever release complete M16A1, M16A2 etc.
Yes they are, they are rereleasing their XM177 series, also available later on this year will be their cast body series (cheaper than CNC) and the next platform launch will be around Christmas for the .308 platform which will include SR25, HK417, and M110 then inthe new year will be the AK platform and some other PDW

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Mcguyver, Wildcard.

Here is the deal. I have to clean this thread. There is definitely some good reading between you guys, and I'm definitely not trying to discourage opinions to be voiced. However, since this was once a product announcement thread, I only ask that it be kept for that + some informative Q&A which was being provided until this thread suddenly went to *$&%.

Mcguyver, you keep doing what you do, providing detailed analysis of your findings in a thread designated for it.. besides, much easier for the ASC user base to receive information if it is concentrated in one concise area of the forums.

Wildcard, you keep doing what you do, front line intel from FCC on what is coming down the pipe. A lot of users (including myself) have invested in FCC products, and are very interested to see what new stuff they have coming up.

The community definitely thanks both of you for your knowledge, experience and efforts to provide information to us. However please try to do this in a manner which doesn't involve you stepping on each others toes.

If you guys need any other thread cleaned, just let the mods know.


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Old June 21st, 2013, 20:37   #65
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glad i backed out on picking up a 2.5
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Old June 22nd, 2013, 16:58   #66
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Old August 12th, 2013, 13:42   #67
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IT's ALIVE !!!!!!
Reload! FCC 3.0 motor rpm test, more accurate - YouTube

7512 Fail
Systema 7512 motor end broke like chips - YouTube
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Old August 12th, 2013, 13:45   #68
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What about a test w/ a fully charged battery voltage of 12.6V?
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Old August 12th, 2013, 13:47   #69
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What about a test w/ a fully charged battery voltage of 12.6V?
We gamed the prototype using Systema 14.8 LiPo, it was retardedly fast for a PTW platform. This was a bench test of the finish batch vs the 7512 bought new from RedWolf (it's the third one they broke)
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14.8, fak.

I forgot the TW guys could go that high :P
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Old August 12th, 2013, 15:00   #71
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PTW electronics have been rated for 15 volts since Gen 4, or about 5 years now. I would assume that since the architecture and programming of the FCC electronics is the same as Systema, then they woild be rated for 15 volts as well.
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14.8, fak.

I forgot the TW guys could go that high :P
there are guys in HK went as retarded as 16V 35-40C (using FCC mosfet) to achieve the insane ROF

this is taken from ORGA in Japan:

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We are fixing more and more PTW motors. We wish that more stable motors would come out.

As people say in their blogs, Systema's genuine motor comes with broken-down-wires and damage in the "komyu" part.

I guess you have to deal with these kind of problems if you are using PTWs. Replacing a motor will cost you roughly 200 USD. With a more stable motor that doesn't break as often, you'd be saving a lot of repair money.

We had several talks with Tackleberry but they don't seem to be too enthusiastic about either making stable motors or fixing the motors, so we invested on tools to fix motors."

they are experiencing a whole lot more problem than we do, at an average of 8 out of 10 motors failure rate, all are 7511 & 7512. That is also one of the reason FCC are starting to sell their core replacement parts
http://www.ptwcustom.com/index.php?m...roducts_id=508
http://www.ptwcustom.com/index.php?m...roducts_id=507
http://www.ptwcustom.com/index.php?m...roducts_id=521
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Old August 12th, 2013, 15:57   #73
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Those receivers, oh my god.....

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Those receivers..... 8-O
They are cast bodies (CNC finish/Cast alloy construct) not full CNC, available in Rainier arms upper and lower set, Bravo company and Mega Arms. $390 CDN plus tax
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Old August 12th, 2013, 17:05   #75
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If only I had the money.
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