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Old 05-18-2006, 05:09 AM   #1
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Default 19T (Super Stock) motor tuning

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I am currently racing a 19t Atlas motor from a sponsor and would like some tips to how to tune this sort of motor. I will be looking to running the car (Yokomo BD) outdoors and have got the handling pretty sweet, all I need now is some more horsepower. I do race in the UK so if anyone here can help with gearing would be a great help but tips from anyone would be great.

The tracks that I will be going to are Snetterton, Barham, West London, Colchester and Ipswich.

On another note I will be moving up from Matched 3700's to matched 4200's soon so I am aware that I should be beneficial.

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Hi All,

I am currently racing a 19t Atlas motor from a sponsor and would like some tips to how to tune this sort of motor. I will be looking to running the car (Yokomo BD) outdoors and have got the handling pretty sweet, all I need now is some more horsepower. I do race in the UK so if anyone here can help with gearing would be a great help but tips from anyone would be great.

The tracks that I will be going to are Snetterton, Barham, West London, Colchester and Ipswich.

On another note I will be moving up from Matched 3700's to matched 4200's soon so I am aware that I should be beneficial.

Regards
Paul
hey paul

what metting are you doing at barham
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hi , i race at the ipswich track and i use the same motor from team almighty. the gearing i use is 78/25 which is 6.24 with the eclipse brushes on a yokomo bd.. hope this helps.

thanks mark w
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ask the team almighty tuner , you know the one jimmy madison

unless you want to know whatt the `other` tuners do to this motor

so what meeting at barham you doing
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Hi guys,

I am doing the STCC at Barham.

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I am doing the STCC at Barham.

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you got pm
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since this tread is asking about motor tuning, i am wandering how do you tune this motor for like 1/12, touring asphalt/carpet and off road etc application. thanks
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