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Old 03-19-2006, 08:20 PM   #1
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i want to try one of these motors in my T4 and B4, and im cusious where i can get them the cheapest and how much. also i want to know opinions on how they work. i like the fact that they get like 30 runs on brushes .

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From what i here they are a torque based motor. I have used a trinity chamelon pro 2 and its ballastic keeps up with any mods on the track. I got at least30 runs before i rebuilt it ( must let them rev ) as with all mods.
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from what I have heard they are not quite as powerful as say a Reedy Quad Mag in 2wd buggy, but the plus of less comm cutting time is a bonus.
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Id wait for the Komoto Dragun to come out.If its anything like the Co27 is...Its guna be awsome.
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ok, well ive used C2's for years, but i want to try the new orion with the V2 endbell because of the runtimes. from what ive heard, they dont have the torque needed for offroad....
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