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Old 02-28-2006, 05:31 PM   #136
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I for one, highly suggest using cells that have been matched from this company I have been using them exclusively for years. Dave, nice job adding them to your list of products and Erika provides excellent service too!
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Old 02-28-2006, 06:05 PM   #137
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Attention****** CO27's are ROAR legal as of Yesterday... We have plenty and a source for more if needed.....


I will have Komodo's by Mid March!!!! Watch the site!!!
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Attention****** CO27's are ROAR legal as of Yesterday... We have plenty and a source for more if needed.....


I will have Komodo's in hand by Mid March!!!! Those that say I wont well sorry bout your luck.
do you have any shirts in the works ? or decals?
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On order... I am borrowing a Sticker Machine and am gonna buy the material.

I got so much on order and going out I cant keep track anymore - lol...
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Old 02-28-2006, 06:11 PM   #140
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lol well im excited for thos batts thos should be fun to race plus I use to be a hurricane guy, but now it will be fun beating them on difrent stuff
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i wish the co27s would have been roar legal this weekend.
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Old 02-28-2006, 06:43 PM   #142
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Just got my first motor this week, Chameleon2 w/XXX brushes will run it this weekend in my buggy and report back after that.
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Old 02-28-2006, 07:16 PM   #143
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Heh guys, motors seem to be good. Very interested in new CO27 and Atlas 19t, but will have to wait till after the Nats. Question; I have been using the Monster Stock for some time now in sedan and have some personal ways to tune. I run cut (top and bottom, not trailing/leading) 767 or 4499 on positive, 766 cut (same way) on neg, bent purple spring pos, reg green spring neg, scrape serrations off 767, 766 left alone, break in at 2a for 120 sec - 240 sec depending on how brushes are seating. I have been gearing around 7.1-7.2 for rubber tires on tight layouts. I'm trying to find out how to tune for the new CO27 and gearing. Also, how to tune and gear Monster stock (handout motor for Roar Nats in Stockton) for 1/12th scale and same for CO27. I've had some luck, but would like to hear other's advice.
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lol well im excited for thos batts thos should be fun to race plus I use to be a hurricane guy, but now it will be fun beating them on difrent stuff
NICE! bringin the heat for the hurricane crew
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Old 02-28-2006, 08:02 PM   #145
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anyone have any good sedan CO27 brush/spring setup's yet? i think I'm just going to get a raw co27 and play around with it for a while and see what i can come up with.. any ideas? or are the guys that have them finding the blueprinted co27's would be a better bet to go? should be interesting to see the difference from running roar stock motors for the past year and switching over to these now.

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i bought raw CO27's and they were dogs...cleaned it up, rebuilt them with XXX's and F brushes and they were ALOT better
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lol well im excited for thos batts thos should be fun to race plus I use to be a hurricane guy, but now it will be fun beating them on difrent stuff

Mark G clearly draws the line in the sand. And is he calling Team Hurricane's Rubber Tire Assassin to toe the line ?
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Hey,
I am thinking about ordering the co27 w/xxx brushes and when i add it to my cart it says tuning options, sedan,12th scale, and offroad. I will be racing indoor carpet with a T4 and was wondering which one to choose and what the differences are? I would just like to get a really good motor because everybody else's motors at the track are kicking my butt. Thanks,
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Also would the chameleon 2 w/xxx brushes be the best 19T to run?
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Mark G clearly draws the line in the sand. And is he calling Team Hurricane's Rubber Tire Assassin to toe the line ?

Would that be Tim Heiser, Shane Reinink or Anthony Isla? All are super fast!!
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Heh guys, motors seem to be good. Very interested in new CO27 and Atlas 19t, but will have to wait till after the Nats. Question; I have been using the Monster Stock for some time now in sedan and have some personal ways to tune. I run cut (top and bottom, not trailing/leading) 767 or 4499 on positive, 766 cut (same way) on neg, bent purple spring pos, reg green spring neg, scrape serrations off 767, 766 left alone, break in at 2a for 120 sec - 240 sec depending on how brushes are seating. I have been gearing around 7.1-7.2 for rubber tires on tight layouts. I'm trying to find out how to tune for the new CO27 and gearing. Also, how to tune and gear Monster stock (handout motor for Roar Nats in Stockton) for 1/12th scale and same for CO27. I've had some luck, but would like to hear other's advice.
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Also, tune CO27 for 2wd buggy and gearing? April Fools Classic just weeks after ROAR Nats. Thanks.
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