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Old 12-06-2006, 03:10 PM   #1
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What brushes do you recommend for the co27? Should i use the brushes that came with it? Or maybe just for practice? Or should i use the F brushes i ussually use in my other motors? I am also wondering how hot the motor can get. I dont want to cook it.
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hey how's it going?

i use F's in all my stock motors. they feel the best overall. break them in, make sure you keep the motor cool, especially the endbell. if it overheats the brushes lose life b/c the lubricant in the brushes get dried up = slower motor, and shorter brush life.

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