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Old 03-28-2006, 11:26 PM   #16
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Checkpoint has done their homework again, the 19 Turn is right on the Money! Anyone looking for one, we've got a few left in stock!
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Old 03-29-2006, 01:41 AM   #17
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Alright! but see i am a beginner and everyone else at the track is running a 15 turn speed gem...
Could be an idea to start with a 27T...
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Old 03-29-2006, 06:34 AM   #18
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Could be an idea to start with a 27T...
Ditto or better yet- SILVER CANS
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Old 03-29-2006, 12:42 PM   #20
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I remember a magazine doing a test on checkpoint motors when they first dropped and basically they said the performance after about 30 runs was the same as the first-- I'd have to dig the mag up to get all the small details but basically thats what I remember. You think about that you could get one of these things and almost forget about it. I'm looking at one of their 19t motor myself.
It was XRC, they got a 14t and actually dewound it to see if it was a lower wind motor it was so fast . After 20 runs, no decline in performance
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XRC, your right it was. I hope they get a ROAR legal stocker out as well as the 19 turn. With motors like these I think the whole brushed/brushless debate would maybe die down a bit, both have their place in rc but the tradition could be kept alive... Brushed motors should never fall of the map as our sport was built upon them. Make one that requires less attention and they're is no reason to abandon them.
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Checkpoint motor

Here is something I found on the checkpoint motor...
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I would go for the Corally 19T Spec Black .
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Here is something I found on the checkpoint motor...

man after reading that article I'm more looking forward to this motor and its not soley the artice but the idea of how to put the brush springs on and off I have an orion motor and its just a kicker to prep...

Can't wait to see some real world results with this 19t now on the market
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XRC, your right it was. I hope they get a ROAR legal stocker out as well as the 19 turn. With motors like these I think the whole brushed/brushless debate would maybe die down a bit, both have their place in rc but the tradition could be kept alive... Brushed motors should never fall of the map as our sport was built upon them. Make one that requires less attention and they're is no reason to abandon them.
So we should have kept wooden tennis rackets and golf clubs?? I see so much excitement about a brushed motor that can go 30 runs without cutting the comm and yet so much resistance to a motor that requires no maintenance.
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That is ironic isn't it?
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