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Old 08-13-2007, 10:46 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by A. Rhodes View Post
Not 100% true. The rotor can make all the difference. While at the track this week, we had this same discussion. There is something on the market (anyone know the name please post) that can test the "strength" of the rotor, and the best rotors can now be cherry picked. If you look at some of the oval sites, where 90% have gone brushless, you will find tons of tested rotors for sale. So much for keeping a level playing field
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