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Old 04-06-2006, 09:10 AM
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Hi all, I am looking for advice on brushes to use for my Trinity monster pro stock 27t motor.
All I have used so far are the Trinity ones. Are their better brushes than these and what advantages would I get?
Or should I stick to the Trinitys?

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Old 04-06-2006, 09:35 AM
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Darren,
Depends on the application. For Stock Touring Car, most folks over here use either "F" brushes or Trinity 4499's. Personally, I use "F"s, but you need to pay attention closely to gearing and rollout, other-wise you'll burn through them pretty quick. The other thing is to make sure the brush hoods are alligned properly.
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Thanks for the reply Dan,
Sorry to sound stupid but what are the "F" brushes and who are they made by?

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We have found that the Reedy 767 and eXpress motorsports X brushes work very good for us in our Monster motors. The different classes require different brushes, we race 1/12 4cell classes.
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Originally Posted by brownpants
what are the "F" brushes and who are they made by?

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Finish Line or "F" brushes can be purchased from EAMotorspots. The link is in my Sig. F brushes are my brush of choice for stock and 19t Touring Car.
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Thanks for the help people, will look into the F line brushes.

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ea what springs would you use in touring car for oval racing? ITs a 27 feet straights is the main track i run on...
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