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Old 06-20-2005, 07:57 PM   #1
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Has anybody try this motors?

http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXJHJ3&P=ML
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This is the Peak Racing 19x2 (19 turn, double wound) Raven S Motor.
Based upon the Jaguar and Panther line of motors, Raven S motors are the
perfect hop-up for ready-to-run vehicles.

FEATURES: Removeable endbell with adjustable timing
Angled (V) brush orientation
Cylindrical brushes
Low resistance brush control tubes
Intelligent anti-vibration spring system
Race bred armature
Dual ball bearings
Bullet connectors


And this one too

This is the Team Orion 19x2 (19 turn, double wound) Method R Motor.
Based upon the Havok and Rush line of motors, Method R motors are the
perfect hop-up for ready-to-run vehicles.

FEATURES: Removeable endbell with adjustable timing
Cylindrical brushes, angled V-brush orientation
Low resistance brush control tubes
Intelligent anti-vibration spring system
Race bred armature
Dual ball bearings
Bullet connectors

Do you think this will perform well on an offroad 2wd ST?
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well since nobody ever tried either of the two, then what about this; will there be any performance gain if the end bell either of this two is use in a much better quality 19T motor?
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I have heard that the raven is a good motor. The Trinity Chameleon 2 is a good 19 turn also. I run it in my stampede and it rocks.
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