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Old 05-26-2008, 07:10 AM   #1
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I am wanting to get a 27 turn motor for my Evader. Which one would be best for dirt racing? Or is there a better choice?
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i like thr trinity co 27 , blue can , you can buy it at most lhs or buy a hot rod version from one of the many motor companys around , ray
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I've tried 2 of the Fireballs, they weren't very powerful and didn't last long before they threw their windings.
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i like thr trinity co 27 , blue can , you can buy it at most lhs or buy a hot rod version from one of the many motor companys around , ray
its the trinity co27 monster stock pro. i have one and im very fast on both dirt and carpet tracks.
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I prefer the CO27 also. With the heavy stock springs they have good torque and decent rpms for off-road, trucks especially.
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I have one of the reedy stock star motors, I really like it has plenty of power and priced the same as any other stock. Ran last friday and it was hanging with 17.5 brushless motors speed wise and had plenty of torque to clear jumps and come out of corner
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I have one of the reedy stock star motors, I really like it has plenty of power and priced the same as any other stock. Ran last friday and it was hanging with 17.5 brushless motors speed wise and had plenty of torque to clear jumps and come out of corner
i can beat the 17.5s with mine
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Those RockStars are good, huh? I haven't tried those or that new reedy 19T yet. I'm still very happy with the old quadMag design but they're getting harder to find.
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I have the trinity green machine...its good green can
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