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Old 04-08-2008, 02:12 PM   #1
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Trinity, orion, checkpoint???? need help..
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Try the Orion Element "standard" style brush motor, you wont be dissapointed.
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this isn't on your list but get a 10.5 brushless system. then you don't need to worry about cutting comms or changing brushes, and you will still run 19t with that motor
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Ya im gonna get one next season but the JBRL still puts ALL brushless in MOD so i need to run a 19 turn until next year..
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Old 04-08-2008, 02:23 PM   #5
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Thanks for the imput that 1 is on the top of my list with the komodo dragon... do you know what the diff is between the element standard an vesion 2 ???
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Don't forget about the new Reedy Challenger. Put one in my late model and almost immediately blew the rear end out
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Since you're "local" and running the JBRL, I would go with either Murfdogg or Banzai. If you need any help with cutting comms, brushes or tuning, there will be someone there that can help you out. And you'll be fast!!!!
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+ 1 orion, its fast.
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Murfdogg = very fast motors.
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i like the checkpoint money 19 alot in my rb5 it has alot of punch but the orion motors are good also.
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Komodo dragon, not the pro version, is under $30. I just club race and goof around with it in the B3. Its very fast, over 6 months old and I still havent changed the stock brushes.
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+ 1 orion, its fast.
Orion Element 2007 best one i ever used. Prolly the fastest of the bunch.
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