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Old 05-30-2006, 10:59 AM   #16
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I've got one of all of the 19t motors and the Komodo is by far the fastest out of all of them. At least at my track, your mileage may vary.
Do you have a Corally Spec. Black 19T then ?
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Old 05-30-2006, 11:02 AM   #17
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all right thanks everyone seems like i am gonna have to buy a checkpoint with infinity brushes and som atlas for racing.


but what about 12 turns modified i have purcased a corally that has ran 5 times (5min) but should i look in to another one maybe the team checkpoint there to

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Old 05-30-2006, 11:03 AM   #18
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those corally's are fast, for about 2 minutes, then uv got an 18 turn motor when it throws a wind, so fast, but unreliable.
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iv got a checkpoint mod motor, its fantastic, but for 12 turns, you might want a DC motosports checkpoint, and get it with an ultralight armeture, 'cos those things are ballistic. and id say, get a 12x1 for sure.
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If there's no rules at your track, get a DC lightweight 19t arm, throw it in a V2 can @ 30 degrees and let 'er rip. If you need a locked endbell, I personally like the Checkpoint. Don't have to align brushhoods. The same goes for my "Frankenstein" DC/Orion motor.
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Old 05-30-2006, 12:06 PM   #21
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no no i havent bought a corally 19 turns i have bought a corally 12 turns
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DC Lightweight arms...hella fast.
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DC Lightweight arms...hella fast.
Team br00d also has a lightened center cut armature, that you can have wound as a 19t motor. This is only for use if your club allows this type of 19t arm.
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Where can I buy a cobalt 19T?
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Your local hobby shop can order one for you from Trinity or you can order directly online by going to:
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So what is a good brush and spring combo for the Komodo Dragon?
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hey guys in the weekend i ran a 19 turns v2 motor and i really liked running 19 turns so i am switching to that from 27 turns. but what motor would you recomend what are good and bad things about the different motors´. price and the way they aré builded dosnt matter to me.

but i am also interrested in starting running 12 turns but wich one should i get a orion ore a team ceckpoint from teambrood and shoul di get a 12x1, 12x2 ore 12x3 and i why i am running outdoor

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19T the best motor is the Black Series 19 double from Corally or the GM 19t ICCT Nl Spec motor i have those and the corally turns about 41 000RPM and the GM 44 000RPM for a 19t and 24° locked its damn fast!
If i drive Modified For Outdoor take a Blackseries 12 Double for short track the grooved Gold version For a Large Speed track but very technical The 12 Double Silver Grooved! For a high speed track and fast infield a 12double Silver!
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So what is a good brush and spring combo for the Komodo Dragon?
GM Silver Brush and Corally XHard Springs!
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I have to go with the Komodo Dragon. This past weekend, went against 2 Money motors and I had more torque and more top speed then both of them. On one of our laps, came out of a corner 2 car lengths behind, 75 feet later, I had caught and passed him and still had enough time to get the car on the brakes for the 180 turn without upsetting either of our lines.

Mind you this is off-road 2wd. But still shows what it can do.
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