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Old 03-08-2005, 04:28 PM   #1
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I am in the market for two new Stock Motors. I know most stock motors are the same to a point but I am sure there are enough differences between them to be better for track I run at.

I ran Associated MVP in a T3 last year. This year I will have both a new B4 and T4 and want a motor that has the speed and power that I need.

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Please help me decide. The motor I have thought about is the Integy MATRIX V10 TWINTURBO 27T Stock Motor but have not heard any reviews.
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What happened to the mods you were so set on!?
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I will be racing one Series in the Modified class (Redline Racing Series), and one Series in the Stock class (Factory Tracks Midwest Series)

I will be racing in two series this year. Not the same class in both.
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What is that motor known for speed or torque? I have been running MVP's an they are torque motors.
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for the buggy a monster or p2k2 is fast. for truck a monster is no good. they just dont have the torque for the big tires a p2k or a p2k2 is your best bet.
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Anyone try or see the new stock Integy motor's yet? They Sound impressive but hat does not mean anything.
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A Monster is dialed for truck if you gear it correctly. P2K2's are a little more consistent and better in truck on a smaller track but nothing beats a Monster on a wide open layout.
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I had no luck with the monster in torque heavy applications like 4wd. Not sure how much better it would be in 2wd truck but I can see it being a motor to look into for 2wd buggy on an open track.

I would say a good motor that offers a nice balance of torque and RPM is the P2k2. Look into getting some of these tuned from Team br00d. I would recommend team Paradigm as well but they are having contact issues right now.
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I run the MHP in my 2w buggy and a P2K2 or P2K in my truck at my track. If I move outdoors to the other track, the MHP in everything is definetely the way to go!
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MHP? Do you mean the Reedy MVP?

I ran that in touring sedan using the Big Jim modifications ( ie- narrow brushes like the 764 ). It ran great configured that way but I did have to work more on the motor to get it just right. In stock configuration, was just too RPMish and ran hot. I wonder if reedy is going to make anything new?
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MHP = Monster Horse Power - Trinity can.

P2K and P2K2 are both excellent motors. I like the P2K for short tight tracks and the P2K2 for more open high speed tracks for my MF2 truck.

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I've found that the p2k pro has the equal amount of torque and power for stock truck.

The monster stock has more torque than speed and is better suited for buggys and sedans on tight tracks.

But personally I love the roar epic stock. it has the highest rpm's out of any motor I have ever run. especially if you use the new "F" brush. Perfect for larger tracks and speed oriented tracks with sedan.

I also prefer this motor for my stock truck.

The MVP is a dog, I'd compare it to an old midnight motor.
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If only Trinity magnets wern't so suceptable to heat...their motors would be even more dialed than they already are! I bet an MHP complete motor with M"V"P magnets instead would tear stock racing a new one!
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I've gotten my Trinity stockers plenty hot with no problems.

The trick is to not over-gear it by five teeth. I've always geared stock motors pretty low from what everyone else runs and I was NEVER down on power.
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