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Old 03-18-2007, 08:25 PM   #1
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Default Checkpoint Money 19T vs Orion Method R V2 15X2??

I was wondering if these two motors performed about the same or if the 15X2 Orion was a bit quicker... I think both are machine wound, correct?? If so, you would think the V2 would be a bit quicker... I'm looking for something to put in my 10th scale pan car to race on medium to large outdoor tracks that is quicker than a 19 turn motor but not too crazy....A 12 or 13 turn motor is simply too much for the tracks I'll run on... would the Method R fit the bill??? Or would another handwound motor be better... I'm looking at brushed only as I'll be using a GTX in this car....

Any suggestions???
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