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Old 01-27-2005, 06:06 PM   #1
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Has anyone been messing with this motor.
How to tune it?
How to gear it compared to a Monster in Sedan?

I have ran the BIG JIM narrowed 767's in it and the motor looks very impressive but have yet to mess with gearing.
Is it like a MVP where it needs more teeth?

Any experienced info on this would be appreciated.

I hope Integy Got this motor legalized with Roar.
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Old 01-28-2005, 09:53 AM   #2
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Well the motor is not approved by ROAR and does not conform to all guidlines as Integy's info suggests. Performace wise the motor works best with F brushes narrowed ala MVP style with light springs ( about 6.5fs pos and 6fs neg ) Power is about the same as a good MVP and maintains good power even when hot. the powerband is more RPM based than the reedy motor and with the narrowed brushes should be geared in the same range as a monster stock with full width 4499s

If you are looking for the most raw power you can get in a stocker go with the p2k2 or p2k they are the easiest to get good power out of and generally as much if not more power than any other stocker out there.

For a smooth fluid driver I would go with a GM3 or RM. Although these motors require more work to get and maintain good power their smoother powerband can help the fluid drivers to carry more speed through the corner compensating for their fading bottom end power.
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Which One are you talking about??

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This new TWINTURBO version V10 has more rpm than our standard V10 motors. Specifically designed for the new generation GP3300, less commutator arcing, extra top speed and better balanced than other stock motors. The MATRIX V10 TWINTURBO stock motor is 27 turn, 22AWG, 24 degree timing, pure silver coated brush hoods for ultra low electrical resistance, precision balanced, Atlas white-silver motor can with 12 cooling slots, exclusive high rpm V10TT rotor, completely rebuildable, Stage 6 wet magets for a stronger, balanced magnetic field, laydown brushes, removable endbell, locked timing prevent cheating, tagged armature for easy teching, ID tag easily visable through can slots, 64" wire length per pole, meets all ROAR and NORRCA specs, this motor is designed for 1/10 touring cars and 1/10 offroad racing, extra torque and high power, this TWINTURBO version is dyno tuned and equipped with low wear brushes, requires normal motor maintenance, motor lathe suggested, optional M3002 serrated brush set is suggested for racing - IN STOCK - Item#: MAT M2483 Barcode: 91789002697
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This new TURBO version V10 runs cooler and generate more low end torque than our standard V10 motors. Additional benefits are longer run-time, faster acceleration with the same top speed and less maintenance. The MATRIX V10 TURBO stock motor is 27 turn, 22AWG, 24 degree timing, pure silver coated brush hoods for ultra low electrical resistance, precision balanced, Atlas puple motor can with 12 cooling slots, exclusive high rpm V10R-TRISTAR rotor, completely rebuildable, Stage 6 wet magets for a stronger, balanced magnetic field, standup brushes, removable endbell, locked timing prevent cheating, tagged armature for easy teching, ID tag easily visable through can slots, 64" wire length per pole, meets all ROAR and NORRCA specs, this motor is designed for 1/10 touring cars and 1/10 offroad racing, extra torque and high power, this TURBO version is dyno tuned and equipped with high performance racing brush, requires normal motor maintenance, motor lathe suggested - IN STOCK - Item#: MAT M2482R Barcode: 91789002271
Both say meets all ROAR and NORRCA specs???
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it's fastr than monster.......

even the p2k is faster than monster........


and i'd not hope integy send in the motor to roar approval.....
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Both say meets all ROAR and NORRCA specs???
Unfortunately, just because a motor has been built to ROAR specs does not mean it has been approved by ROAR. For some reason, Integy doesn't seem interested in submitting their motors to ROAR for approval. I like them also but won't buy them because so many races require ROAR approval. Sad but true.
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They may say meets all specs but neither the V10 nor the v10 twin turbo do.

First off the V10 ( p/n m2482 ) sold by integy uses stand up brushes and ROAR regulations clearly state the requirment of laydown brushes.

The V10 twinturbo ( p/n m2483 ) is hemi wound and rule 8.5.4.4 stats that all stock motors must be Mabuich wound.


Now if you want to discuss performance both motors do perform well, and are more lenient to improper gearing than most but they do not compare to a "good" RM, GM3, P2K, or P2K2 tuned and geared properly. I would say they are slightly better than an MVP or Orion Core stock but not as good as the current crop of Evil T stockers.
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