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Old 07-04-2005, 04:00 PM   #2506
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I know this will open up a can of worms but I would like to know the differences between monster and roar based stock motors.Which one would be better for which track advantages and disadvantages of both.I have been running monster but see most of the top guys running Roar based motors.
from what ive heard.. epic roar stocks have more RPM while the monster has more torque. then again.. all of EA's motors has more RPM and torque!

on bigger tracks, i think the epic stock would be a better choice.
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Old 07-04-2005, 04:02 PM   #2507
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from what ive heard.. epic roar stocks have more RPM while the monster has more torque. then again.. all of EA's motors has more RPM and torque!

on bigger tracks, i think the epic stock would be a better choice.
True......... EPIC Stocks, which use the Quad Mag arm, will have more RPM because they have less laminations in the stack. They simply put it in a 2-mag can to make it ROAR legal.

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I race on a track roughly 100-120 x50-70 ft.Is this considered a small track and if so at what size would the Roar be a better choice?
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Old 07-04-2005, 04:08 PM   #2509
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I race on a track roughly 100-120 x50-70 ft.Is this considered a small track and if so at what size would the Roar be a better choice?
depends guys in europe race on much larger tracks. the two biggest tracks i race on are OC Circuit (130-160ft straight/sweeper combo) and the Tamiya track (110-140ft straight sweeper) and ive used monsters there. i know the epic stock would do great since the straight is fairly long with a flowing sweeper. i would say get a roar for tracks as large as that or bigger. anything less, try the monster.
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Thanks Hebiki the tracks we build have a 90 degree sweeper and don't know if thats the kind your referring to but thanks for the info.
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Old 07-04-2005, 04:38 PM   #2511
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AE i have a question i am racing 19t with rubber tyres with Xray 05 my gearing is 84s and 22p the motor is AEmotorsport with good HP Battery 1.19+ but i still get my butt kick the other guys car are much faster what i am not doing right.
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Since Butter was caught slacking, to the top! lol
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Silly question, but I don't know the answer, I need a replacement screw for my endbell and can't for the life of me find the size of the screw ANYWHERE....it is the one that goes thru the endbell into the ring, what size is it???
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Silly question, but I don't know the answer, I need a replacement screw for my endbell and can't for the life of me find the size of the screw ANYWHERE....it is the one that goes thru the endbell into the ring, what size is it???

2.5mm.....
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Silly question, but I don't know the answer, I need a replacement screw for my endbell and can't for the life of me find the size of the screw ANYWHERE....it is the one that goes thru the endbell into the ring, what size is it???

2.5mm..... Here's a link to the Bolt Depot 2.5mm Socket Head Screws
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Thanks much, appreciate the answer!
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