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Old 01-27-2006, 02:26 PM   #1
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hi all i need some help on this eletric motor.... it is a trinthy monster horsepower jr... what turn is it? and how old is it? is it a good motor? any info will be good... thanks again...
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27Turn stock, 24 degs. timing..... and OLD
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IMPACTPLAYR-Is partially right.
It is a Stock Motor.
27 turn but 36 degree's of timing instead of 24.
It can still be used today expecially if starting out.
What are you going to be running it in?
Racing or Playing?

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raceing .. put it im my t3 ... how old is it?
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the monster based motors are more on the rpm side while the p2k2 are torque motors. monster based are some of the fastest motors on the market. it all depends on the track size you are racing on, if it has lots of 180 degree corners the go with a torque based motor, it will get you out of corners quicker, but if the track is more flowing and high speed then go with the monster.
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a 17 toothy pion wont be to big will it? for a t3
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