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Old 09-29-2005, 06:16 PM   #1
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hi, i dont know what motor to get for my b4... i race at an indoor, blue groove track. i usually run 19t but i need a mod now. i am stumped on what motor i should get, so i am looking for opinions. so far im looking at the Ti, d6, v2, and cobalt.

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checkpoint 13x2 for that track.
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bah, thats the flavor of the month.
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Any of the motors you listed above would work well. If you want low-maintenance go for the Cobalt or if the track isn't that dusty go with a V2. A 12 or 13 should work fine for an indoor track.
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I wouldn't go much lower than a 13x2. The Epic Shock motor is really good, come with the new xxx brushes so it will have good wear inbetween cuts.
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