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Old 11-03-2011, 11:48 AM   #1
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Hey Mr. Brood, how do I reverse a Brood Onslaught Type GT 35T motor? I know you told me but I forgot....lol. Sorry!

Also, if it matters, I think you put a bit of timing on too.

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Old 11-03-2011, 12:28 PM   #2
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mine reversed on its own when one of the end bell screws whet south and the end bell turned 180 out... did some very strange things before i noticed what was going on....other then that don't you just swap the wires or reverse on your radio.....
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mine reversed on its own when one of the end bell screws whet south and the end bell turned 180 out... did some very strange things before i noticed what was going on
Hahaha, sounds like something I would do.

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don't you just swap the wires or reverse on your radio.....
I know you can do that with cheaper/low quality motors, but I think he told me to do something else. I think if you reverse the radio or wires, it messes up the polarity or something.
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would be interested in what eddie has to say as i really don't know if i got my motor 180 out from it's original possition...and you might need to go to team brood web site and message Eddie there as he might not check here that often....
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Justin you can loosen the endbell screws and turn it 180. Just note how much or how little time is in the motor and duplicate on the other side. Ref the timing marks on the endbell along with the mark on the can
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Justin you can loosen the endbell screws and turn it 180. Just note how much or how little time is in the motor and duplicate on the other side. Ref the timing marks on the endbell along with the mark on the can
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