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Old 03-22-2006, 03:10 PM   #181
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Trinity still produces and sells the GM3, P2k, and p2k2....I highly doubt you will see the monster disappear any time soon........production on them is slow right now, as the factory is using the production slots to keep up with co27 demand....when demand slows, monsters, etc will be worked back in and produced.....sure, smaller quanities, but still available....

And the reason......after 20+ years of doing this, Ernie P knows that racers can be very very loyal to a product. There are people still racing old midnight motors or slot machines.....

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Old 03-22-2006, 03:22 PM   #182
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If the BRCA changed the rules for stock motors after production started then how can Trinity possibly be at blame?? They were simply producing motors that were legal at that time. Then the BRCA comes along and changes the rules!!!

Sure, the web is thinner than other motors, but it still has the correct wire length, or it wouldnt have passed with ROAR and other governing bodies. The co27 not being legal is all down to the BRCA IMO, and not Trinity's fault.

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If the BRCA changed the rules for stock motors after production started then how can Trinity possibly be at blame?? They were simply producing motors that were legal at that time. Then the BRCA comes along and changes the rules!!!

Sure, the web is thinner than other motors, but it still has the correct wire length, or it wouldnt have passed with ROAR and other governing bodies. The co27 not being legal is all down to the BRCA IMO, and not Trinity's fault.

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Trinity still produces and sells the GM3, P2k, and p2k2....I highly doubt you will see the monster disappear any time soon........production on them is slow right now, as the factory is using the production slots to keep up with co27 demand....when demand slows, monsters, etc will be worked back in and produced.....sure, smaller quanities, but still available....

And the reason......after 20+ years of doing this, Ernie P knows that racers can be very very loyal to a product. There are people still racing old midnight motors or slot machines.....

Later EddieO
And thats how it should be too, people should have the choice to use the motors they feel best suit them but that also, by virtue of the nature of stock motors, perform on a level playing field.
Again its the spirit of the law vs the letter of the law.
I'd go with the spirit every time - (usually whisky!!!lol)

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