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Old 05-27-2006, 01:09 AM   #1
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Hi guys
I race stock truck and some times we can't get the numbers to race so I get put into a mod class,this is cool by me as getting any sort of racing,even if I'm going to get my doors blown off ...doesn't worry me !!!
So what I need is a 19 T motor just to have a bit more fun and I can use it to run other heats too.Here are my samples....any other tips?...at this point I'm leaning towards the team check point
thank you for any advise
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Old 05-27-2006, 09:35 AM   #2
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I run the v2 motors(element) in my t4, but they just dont compare to the C2, and im sure the komodo would be a lot better then the c2. The v2's just dont have enough power and torque, but I do get 50+ runs on a set of enduro brushes as opposed to 5-7 runs with my c2's.For the team checkpoint the only downfall I se is the brushes, being that there is no selection other then 4 and 6 cell and the 6cell brush is +/- $10 its a bummer as opposed to $3/pr of 767's or enduros.
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Old 05-27-2006, 09:57 AM   #3
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Another problem you have here is that a couple of the motors aren't roar legal so if you plan to race at a roar event with spec motors make sure to get one that is legal. Oh and I thought that the checkpoint motors had brushes that last 30 runs or so?
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Old 05-27-2006, 09:58 AM   #4
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The Element and the Peak Dynasty are both excellent motors. Lots of power but lots of torque.

One thing about the Checkpoint brushes is that even though they are $10 they last FOREVER! They rarely burn and if they do you can still use them and they will still have lots of power and torque.
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I would go with a checkpoint based motor! Give Judi at www.banzaimotors.com a call and she will get you setup with what you need to be fast and economical.
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I have run the trinity Chamelon pro 2 , it's awsome and as fast on the track as my mods ( off road)

The new cobolt version i here is even better. I gotover 20 runs before a rebuild .
I have herd the Element doesn't have the top end as trinity has but good torque.
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