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Old 02-28-2006, 04:57 PM   #106
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eric hey quick question i have to rebuild my slave what brushes do u suggest
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Old 02-28-2006, 05:11 PM   #107
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eric hey quick question i have to rebuild my slave what brushes do u suggest
I would be a real smart ass but someone may get mad

I use an old brush that Chris Doseck gave me. Its nothing but copper and graphite and last for ever. Next to those anything with low silver and high carbon works well. The original F brush works well too...It didnt have much silver in it and had tons of Carbon.

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Old 02-28-2006, 06:06 PM   #108
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Should of told him XXX brushes ....

Use Orion Enduro's they last forever... Depends on what slave motor you have as well. I have 4 different kinds since CE just sends whatever..
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Old 03-01-2006, 08:46 AM   #109
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Should of told him XXX brushes ....

Use Orion Enduro's they last forever... Depends on what slave motor you have as well. I have 4 different kinds since CE just sends whatever..
Hey Dave do your self a favor and order one of DC's arms for the slave motor. Its a 23 turn just like the stock arm but has the big reedy size comm. I rebuild my slave motor about once a year now...or so it seems. And it is one of the smoothest dyno's I have used.

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Old 03-01-2006, 08:48 AM   #110
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Ok done.. I will send them off an e-mail for an a couple Arms.. Thanks Eric..
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Thanks for the information on how to read the results.

What are F brushes? Mfg, model number....
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Old 03-03-2006, 10:32 PM   #112
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made by Finish Line.... "F" brushes www.finishlinerc.com

many people sell them...for instance:

www.axiommotors.com
www.teameamotorsports.com
Team Brood and DC motorsports to i think as well as hobby shops and other online stores
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Old 03-03-2006, 11:33 PM   #113
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made by Finish Line.... "F" brushes www.finishlinerc.com

many people sell them...for instance:

www.axiommotors.com
www.teameamotorsports.com
Team Brood and DC motorsports to i think as well as hobby shops and other online stores

The are not actually "made by" finish line. A better term would be Made for finish line. Finish line own's the compound at the company that actually manufacture's the brushes. Its a compound that Rick, Me and a few other people worked on for over a year to get it right.

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Best bet is to buy them from: EAMotorsports
Good price and fast delivery.

I need to reorder some soon, seems like the ones that get borrowed never seem to get replaced.
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The are not actually "made by" finish line. A better term would be Made for finish line. Finish line own's the compound at the company that actually manufacture's the brushes. Its a compound that Rick, Me and a few other people worked on for over a year to get it right.

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Eric,

Was the F laydown brush originally developed for stock, 19T or both?

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Old 03-04-2006, 08:09 AM   #116
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Eric,

Was the F laydown brush originally developed for stock, 19T or both?

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Mainly for stock....But what works in stock "usually" works in 19 turn. I run them in both.

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Old 03-04-2006, 08:51 AM   #117
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F brushes

Im interested in running these F brushes and I have a few questions. How long do the F brushes last? What is the recommended time/run interval to change these brushes? How do they compare to the 767 brushes? Thanks
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if you get the bad batch they last from 1/2 run to 2 runs(in my experiences).
i've only got one pair of F brushes from a good batch from a local racer and they lasted me over 25 runs for club racing with good power
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Big Jim used to comment that if the F brushes got hot, they never performed well thereafter. Now, I don't know how long ago that was, or if it was tested for mod vs. stock, or if that was related to R/C Anonymous's description of bad batches. I hope those issues are not the case anymore, as I just bought some F-brushes to try for stock.

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The are not actually "made by" finish line. A better term would be Made for finish line. Finish line own's the compound at the company that actually manufacture's the brushes. Its a compound that Rick, Me and a few other people worked on for over a year to get it right.

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I was looking on your site, and I see "Mod F brush" and "Stock F brush ", I would assume these the brushes, and you have different brushes for Stock and Mod, correct?
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