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Old 06-03-2006, 04:38 AM   #1
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Default which is better tamiya TZ or z-zone eagle (both 23T)

which guys do you think is much better/faster???

the tamiya TZ or z-zone 23t of eagle racing??? give comments...
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which guys do you think is much better/faster???

the tamiya TZ or z-zone 23t of eagle racing??? give comments...
The Z-Zone 23t never heard of it i only know the TZ of Tamiya this is a High Torque 23t motor!
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so whats your comment??
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so whats your comment??
I saw the TZ tamiya 23t motor and i saw that it was really fast for a 23t stock motor! I never saw the Z-Zone racing! so can't give any comment on that motor! And i drive Modified so:s
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I saw the TZ tamiya 23t motor and i saw that it was really fast for a 23t stock motor! I never saw the Z-Zone racing! so can't give any comment on that motor! And i drive Modified so:s
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oh thanks,.. maybe ill go for 23t tamiya
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The Z-Zone 23t never heard of it i only know the TZ of Tamiya this is a High Torque 23t motor!
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this is the z-zone 23t here http://www.eaglemodel.com/en-net/en%...ONE_MOTOR.html
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hey ROD M if you were me.. what will you get.. z-zone 23t or tamiya 23t TZ????
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I actually Have one of each on way to me, I should know friday night which is better,

currently I use a Tamiya RZ with XXX brushes and standard springs, this works very well for 7-8min stock races on a short technical track, but need to cut the comm every 1-2 runs,
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I use a TZ and it's great. Not far behind a 19T.
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I use a TZ and it's great. Not far behind a 19T.
oh great... how about the z-zone 23t of eagle racing..??? have u seen other guys running it??? which one do you like the TZ or z-zone???
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the Z-zone is a pretty new motor, you wont find many people who have used it,
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