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Old 09-21-2008, 09:50 AM   #6541
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For those guys using them in the Xray the corner is not notched for the center stiffener post as no body runs it because it can tweak the car. Its the first thing I was told not to run. If you do choose to use it you will have to notch the front inside cornder like pictured in Brian's photo.

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Old 09-21-2008, 05:45 PM   #6542
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Just to let you guys know I am going to start carrying the BL motors from Trinity now. They are the best, most consistent and reliable BL motors I have tested/ran this summer!! There is not much you can do to a BL motor to tune it but I will be going through them all and checking rotors, inductance and bearings. So far though they have all been great and I can say I have yet to see a difference in them or find a bad one! Not many other brands can say that!

We will also be carrying lipo's from SMC and Trinity in the near future.

If anyone needs anything just let me know.

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I would just like to say i ordered 2 lipo weights from your guy ea and they are very nice.... Very High quality..

Thats for telling everyone about his products.
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Old 09-21-2008, 06:55 PM   #6544
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I would just like to say i ordered 2 lipo weights from your guy ea and they are very nice.... Very High quality..

Thats for telling everyone about his products.
No problem at all. He doesnt get on the internet much but they do great work and make well finished products.

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Old 09-22-2008, 10:14 AM   #6545
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pm in yo inbox, senor EA... thanks!

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Old 09-23-2008, 08:02 PM   #6546
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1st batch of Trinity BL motors are in and gone. I'll be placing another order soon. Anyone looking for some please PM or EMail me ASAP.

Also I'll be posting some pics of a new product I'll be carrying in the next few days. Its the Zubak Speed Meter II. Its used to measure the magnetic field in BL motors. It works awesome and allows you to find your best rotors and make sure you dont have one flaking out on you. More details can be found here www.speedjuice.com . For around 150.00 you can not beat the use of this tool. Most gauss meters will be upwards of 500-1000.00 to do the same thing.

This is the official Rotor measurement tool of EAMotorsports.

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Old 09-26-2008, 01:00 PM   #6547
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Update on the Trinity BL motors. I went through the dozen or so I got in the other day with the Speed meter 2 as one of the checks I do. On the Meter I am told anything 1270-1300 is TOP of the line for rotor strength. Most other brands will be in the 1225-1275 Range. Of all the Trinity motors I checked the lowest was 1345 andt he highest was 1360. Also the difference between the - and the + side was a max of 21pts with a majority of them being within 10 points of each other. The closer together these are the better the performance will be. For comparision most other brands are about 75-100 points different.

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Old 09-26-2008, 01:11 PM   #6548
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I have been running the Trinity 10.5 brushless in both my T2008 asphalt car and my XX4 for the past few weeks and it has the MOST rip of any other 10.5 I have ever run. In my XX4, geared aggressively, it feels like an 8 turn brushed motor.
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Hey guys, anyone happen to know if these treys would fit in an RDX? I know the trey made for the TC5 will fit in the RDX, so if the trey is similar it 'might' work in mine. 2.5mm plate.

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Old 09-28-2008, 10:57 AM   #6550
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Hey guys, anyone happen to know if these treys would fit in an RDX? I know the trey made for the TC5 will fit in the RDX, so if the trey is similar it 'might' work in mine. 2.5mm plate.

thanks, any help much appreciated.
Yes the EU version will fit in the RDX. Are you using the lipo tray that Corally USA made? If so the US version will fit as well.

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Old 09-28-2008, 08:30 PM   #6551
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Yes the EU version will fit in the RDX. Are you using the lipo tray that Corally USA made? If so the US version will fit as well.

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You mean the crow bar hanging off the side? No... way.... Fortunately, the smc 5000 is a perfect fit under the top deck of the RDX, no mods needed.... and there is just enough room for this weighted trey. Thanks EA!
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Old 10-06-2008, 08:38 PM   #6552
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Hi EA, I look forword to supporting your racing team, and friends in this up-coming 2008-2009 carpet season. For those of you that don't know me my name is John Zubak, I've raced Oval for the past 15yrs, My Companys name is "Zubak Speed Juice" with the demand for com drops in its final days, I have designed the first meter to test the magnet srength of your Rotors, Heat has a direct impact on the rotors magnet, and over time the performance of your brushless motor will Fall! Most of us serious racers, either Raod Or Oval have 5 rotors or more in your pit box, don't get cought in the B-Main because you "Thought" that was your strongest rotor! With the Zubak SpeedMeter2 you'll know for sure!! Anyone seriously looking for that extra 1/10th or more per lap contact me at bigjohnzubak@speedjuice.com and besure to mention "EA" and I will give you guys a speacial rate from whats listed on my web-site, And a FREE bottle of my World Famous "Zubak Speed Lube" for your bearings! For those of you going to the Birds this year, stop by my booth and say Hi!

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Old 10-07-2008, 07:39 AM   #6554
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Hey Guys,

It saddens me to post this but a long time customer, team driver and most importantly Friend Stephen Shook passed away last night. He was very young and had been batteling illness for a while. Talking with him you would never know though as he never let on anything was wrong and loved living life and his family.

RIP Mr. Shookie

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Hey Guys,

It saddens me to post this but a long time customer, team driver and most importantly Friend Stephen Shook passed away last night. He was very young and had been batteling illness for a while. Talking with him you would never know though as he never let on anything was wrong and loved living life and his family.

RIP Mr. Shookie

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