by the way Alvin,
From what I know is that Reedy uses Yokomo cans but somehow reedy magnets are stronger than that of the Yokomos as you can see from my Reedy Fury. It is still fast even though it is more than 2 years old. Hhehe ........ still reliable
Going to the Tamiya Nats where the stock class will be using a Tamiya hand out motor that uses standup brushes rather than laydown type. Any recommendations for a high silver content stand up brush? Thanks.
I have used Peak and Eagle armatures in a Trinity can with no ill effects.
I may be wrong but my theory is that if the armature will fit the can and everything feels OK and the brushes sit on the comm in the right place its worth a try. Listen for abnormal noises and watch for high temperature. I think a Dyno may help as well.