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Old 06-29-2006, 04:43 PM   #31
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The problem I have with KD is that once they get hot a few times the magnets are junk...you need to get them rezapped. well thats my observation anyway.... seems like everyone else's magnets hold up to the heat a little better.
aren't some/most/all of the 19t's using the tdk f9 magnets nowadays? i thought sagami and whomever the other big manufacturer is were sourcing them from the same place.
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Old 06-29-2006, 05:45 PM   #34
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aren't some/most/all of the 19t's using the tdk f9 magnets nowadays? i thought sagami and whomever the other big manufacturer is were sourcing them from the same place.
Trinity is still using the weaker magents in their stock and 19T motors. This boosts RPM and in some cases like 1/12th and indoor racing makes for fast motors.

Unfortunalty if its hot and you are racing sedans outdoors you have to walk a fine line. If you get it too hot the magnets degauss and then you better have a friend with a magnet zapper.

Every other 19T on the market uses the F9's and you can do whatever you want to them with no damage. Thats why Reedy Quad 19's, CP Money 19's and Peak/Orion 19's rule outdoor tracks in the 19T class.
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