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Old 12-19-2005, 08:56 PM   #1
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Cool New Integy V12 King Of Stock Motor

Greetings, all those dwelling in the forum. I'm a newcomer to this place and hopefully I'd feel welcome here.

To start off, I would like to get some thoughts about the new stock motor from Integy called V12 King Of Stock. How can I tell whether it's torque-based or rpm-based. I tried asking straight from Integy but didn't give a straight answer. All I get is more torque, power, and rpm.
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Old 12-19-2005, 09:01 PM   #2
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Default link to KOS motor

Geez, I forgot the link. Here it is:

<a href>http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...tml?p_catid=27 </a href>
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It looks like a newer version of they curent motor with a new end bell. I like the fact that you can plug bullit conecters drictly to the endbell.

If your new, look in the race forum.
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Hello and welcome.


January 06 RCCarAction mag states:

Integy Z-Zone Stock Motor V12-2484:$40
Stock Racers, if you need rpm, have a look here. The Z-Zone uses a lightweight arm for max spin, and 30 degree angled brushes for long life. Integy says cool-running Z is designed with the latest high cap GP37's and IB38's in mind.

Take that for what it's worth.
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hmmm..only two replied. are there anyone else to put in their two cents? Two comments isn't enough to convince me to purchase.
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i just ordered the 19 turn im hoping its as fast as the chamleon 2 find out when i get it ill keep informed
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If your looking for a "first" motor purchase it might be worth purchasing what you "know" works at your track. Making the purchase is easier when you can always throw your old reliable "monster pro" in there if you don't like the characteristics.

I'm starting to vary my stock motors a bit but it helps that I've got 5 monsters, an EA roar stock, and a few misc stock class motors. Now if I pick one up depending on the track, or which vehicle (buggy or truck) I can get the most out of them.
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sry to say but stock racing in nearly all forms is dominated by the trinity stocker. of course batteries help, but for the most power with the least disappointments, go with a monster. trust! i've tried all sorts of different makes and models of motor and the EPIC/TRINITY motors just seem to stay on top. i had luck with one brand of motor but the rules have out them to the sidelines.
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Josh-Looks like the new 19 might not be in for a while.I have been on the phone with them trying to get release dates for the last month.
The atlas 19 is very fast.It's a 2 magnet version of the Reedy pretty much.
If your running a Cham 2 the atlas usually takes 2 at the lowest to 6 teeth MORE than C2's.

Their last stock motor for 2005 WASNT bad with Narrowed 767's on it.
Trinity Motor's are SUPER easy to gear.
Reedy,Orion/Peak,and Integy(Atlas) motor's can be fast but you have to find the SWEETSPOT of the motor.

The new motor looks cool and hopefully it will have more RPM.Decent Watts on them just lacking RPM to Roar Stock and Monster's.

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Thanks to those who replied about other good stockers and time to go back to topic. Other than Tex, does anyone else have any thoughts on just the new stock motor? RPMish or Torqish? Can we tell by armature stack or something. I like to keep this thread goin' 'cause I wanna know more. And hopefully no flaming on other comments...tendnecy to lose focus on the topic as far as I read.
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Noone really knows because the motor isnt out yet.
Their motor's in general are a lil harder to gear and a lil harder to setup.
Im sure a few aftermarket tuners will try them out and give us the REAL story on them.
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Love them. I have 10 of them.


I do think if you want punch on the straights, this is not your motor, it feels as if there is too much vibration at higher RPM's and the brush looses contact, but I make it up in the corner. I think the springs suck is the problem, I am going to see if I can get some different ones.

I hope that helps some, it is a hard motor to get, but I do like it.

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From what I heard, the recommended spring combo is purple/red or purple/purple (+/-). I tried the motor first time with my T4 and TQ'd but screwed at the start of the Main and ended up 4th. I'll be using one of the combo and see how it goes.
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From what I heard, the recommended spring combo is purple/red or purple/purple (+/-). I tried the motor first time with my T4 and TQ'd but screwed at the start of the Main and ended up 4th. I'll be using one of the combo and see how it goes.
awesome, I will try that today. Racing starts in 40 mins
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I heard the 2nd batch is even faster than the 1st batch, they switched supplier or something.
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