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  1. Hi all 99% of my "stable" have s can motors. 1 LMP and a Fly Capri were the exceptions. Awhile back I noticed that the Capri was braking violently and even winding brakes almost off made no difference. We folded the Fly Capri class into our Group 5 class so I just stopped using it. It's been sitting in the to do pile to get a new EVO 6 motor. I've just built a new project car and used a flat-6 long can - and it has exactly the same behavior. Swapping out the flat 6 for an avantslot long can made zero difference either. & re checking my LMP shows that has the same issue S -can motors give a good range of braking so I just am a bit lost? I have an older Difalco controller from 2008 and I wondered if anyone is aware of issues with these and long cans? I can't see why there'd be a difference but there is. Appreciate any thoughts.. Cheers Pat
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