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Old 10-18-2008, 05:07 PM   #1
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Default Difference in armatures????

I am using a Komodo 19t motor. What is the difference in the armature that came with it and the Trinity 19T Pro armature you can buy for it and is there a difference in performance.
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Pro is balanced and they cut the com. If you buy the Pro motor, they also shim it to better fit into the magnetic field.

Up to you really. I preferred motors from tuners though since they zap the magnets.

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The Pro are usually the nicest arms to start with, and being balanced they have potential for more RPM's since the brushes won't float from the vibration.
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