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Old 02-16-2009, 06:59 PM   #1
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Questions?? Best stock motor?

I just bought a t4, been out of the game for a long time. Looking to start racing again, what stock motor would suit me the best? The track is 75x150, has one long straightaway about 100ft. Too many damn options?!!
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For both quality and price, the CO27.
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Old 02-16-2009, 07:33 PM   #3
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Has anyone tried the Reedy Stockstar????
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Old 02-16-2009, 07:39 PM   #4
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Has anyone tried the Reedy Stockstar???
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If you want a bl stock motor I would go with 13.5 novak or if you still are brushed, I do agree that the CO27 is one of the best brushed stock motors out there.
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I have the express motorssports tuned one, but I think the Banzai "blue" is better.
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We still run Co27 in stock at our local track. They have no problem keep up with 17.5 brushless stock motors.

13.5 are not considered stock motors under ROAR.


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We still run Co27 in stock at our local track. They have no problem keep up with 17.5 brushless stock motors.

13.5 are not considered stock motors under ROAR.


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Yes many run the co27 on our track, i just converted to a 17.5. But i used to run the reedy stockstar it was great, i really liked it.

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Get a fantom silver or blue can motor, great motors, these can be found at www.fantomracing.com

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the CO27 is a great motor!
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Has anyone tried the Reedy Stockstar???
if you go to the electric onroad thread, there are a lot of guys there keeping brushes in the dang thing.

for a track like you are saying, running brushed, run a co27 all the way. if the track is a bit smaller, run a p2k2. I loved those dang motors.

for brushless it's novak or losi all the way man.
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You can't go wrong with a Novak 13.5 motor. There is a reason why everyone runs it. Their motor components are quality and they have been making them a long time.
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