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Old 04-06-2007, 05:56 AM   #1
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Im running stock atm at my club. I want to run 19t now but not sure on which of these 2 motors to choose from. My chpices are the komodo 19t or the reedy quad mag 19t.

Which is better?
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for small tracks and lowend grunt i prefer the reedys. tho i use it also in flowing tracks.

but the motor to use in 19t today is the komodo
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I prefer the Checkpoint Money 19T with infinity brushes and hard springs for 1/10 touring.

The Element isnt too bad either.
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Default GO komodo

My choice is Komodo. Roll it out at 28-28.5 and you will be very happy. 767 brushes for club and F brushes for the extra snort when it matters and if you have a lathe and money to rpelace the arm more often.

Around here, the older Peak rolled out at 32.5 goes crazy fast as well.

The newer peak is not the horse the older one was. A slightly lower rollout would be better.
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Im running stock atm at my club. I want to run 19t now but not sure on which of these 2 motors to choose from. My chpices are the komodo 19t or the reedy quad mag 19t.

Which is better?
The Komodo seems to be the choice of the top guys at my club... gear it at around 28 as Todd mentioned. For brushes, I tend to like the 4499's in the motor with a purple/purple combo - but we do have a larger indoor track. If you are running at a smaller track, try 767 brush with a red/green spring or a red/red combo.
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Old 04-06-2007, 01:36 PM   #6
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The new Orion 19t is pretty awesome. Try that out!
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