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Old 02-13-2006, 06:25 PM   #1
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what are the differences between laydown brushes, standup brushed, v2 brushes and P-94 Brushes?

do certain motors only take certain brushes? i.e stock motors only take laydown?

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stock-laydown (most popular are 767, 4499, or "f")
mod- standup/laydown/p94(it all depends on the motor)
19t-same as mod

P94 are slighly larger brushes. Laydown have a longer face horizontally, standup are longer vertically, although their faces are both the same size.
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Good topic....I'm dialed in on what brushes are what and their functions and cuts and whatever.....But I've been out of the loop for a little while and havn't made the connection of the "F" brush. I know what it is, but what is the other name for it? Is it another name for the 4499? or 767? or is it it's own brush?
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Its a brush made by "Finish Line" called the F Brush. Popular in the stock class It has a little F engraved on the brush where the shunt connects to it.
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I know that, but what are it's characteristics compared to? What Reedy or Trinity brush is closest to the F brush?
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I dont belive any brush is like the F brush, the compound or the brush was helped made by EA motorsports.

Really good brush for Stock, and 19t
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