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Old 06-27-2014, 08:17 AM   #61
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Yep. Just as Mr. Tag said these have the 12.3 purple broad band rotor. They said the 12.5 Maxzilla version was probably a few months away.

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Old 06-27-2014, 09:03 AM   #62
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but you can just throw in a Killshot/D3.5 blue rotor right?
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Old 06-27-2014, 09:10 AM   #63
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but you can just throw in a Killshot/D3.5 blue rotor right?


Yes, Duo and Kill Shot rotors will fit. They are designed to use the same style rotors.
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Old 06-27-2014, 07:05 PM   #64
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Also, The after market REV1630 Aluminum Timing Ring Clamp rings from the Kill Shots also fit.
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Old 06-27-2014, 08:24 PM   #65
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Also, The after market REV1630 Aluminum Timing Ring Clamp rings from the Kill Shots also fit.
You gonna test one out Sunday? I'm still not sure if I'm gonna make it out there or not. I'd like to though. Anyways, I guess I'll pull the ring out of my KillShot and toss it in my D4 when it arrives. Thanks.
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Old 06-27-2014, 08:49 PM   #66
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Cyrul also makes a plastic one that is only .2 grams listed on shapeways
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I have bought 10 trinity motors and I can say 2 were good and 8 sucked I hope the d4 motor is not a flop like the pulse, dou 2, revtec or the killshot. The duo 1 17.5 is the second best motor I have ever owned while the d 3.5 was the best.
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I have bought 10 trinity motors and I can say 2 were good and 8 sucked I hope the d4 motor is not a flop like the pulse, dou 2, revtec or the killshot. The duo 1 17.5 is the second best motor I have ever owned while the d 3.5 was the best.
what are you're reasons.
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What are your reasons ?
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So is this the best Trinity BL motor yet? Looks promising thus far.
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You can always try Novak motors...... You'll need to gear them very high though... I can' t wait to race these d4 motors with my ballistic !!!
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You can always try Novak motors...... You'll need to gear them very high though... I can' t wait to race these d4 motors with my ballistic !!!
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I have bought 10 trinity motors and I can say 2 were good and 8 sucked I hope the d4 motor is not a flop like the pulse, dou 2, revtec or the killshot. The duo 1 17.5 is the second best motor I have ever owned while the d 3.5 was the best.
Just curious what you didn't like about the Revtech and the Killshot?
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I was shocked to see the machining that they put into this one. It's a really nice piece and knowing a bit of what went into it, I can say it's not a copy of any other company out there.
+1 nicest motor I've held to date
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Old 06-30-2014, 11:15 PM   #74
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Can someone weigh the thing and let us know how heavy it is?
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171g for my D4 vs 164g for my KillShot.
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