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Old 05-31-2005, 06:40 PM   #1
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Default What kind of brushes for the stock XXXT motor (I am a noob)?

What kind of brushes for the stock XXXT motor? Laydown or stand up? Also, would a 16 turn double be faster than the stock motor?

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I run Reedy 767 Brushes in my stock motor

Laydown Brushes=Stock Motor
Standup Brushes=Mod Motor

And yes, a 16x2 would be way faster, a stock motor is 27 turns, the lower the turns, the faster. Also, x1 means more torque, x2 means torque and rpm, and x3,x4 is rpm for fast flowing,fullthrottle corners (onroad)
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