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Old 04-23-2007, 04:10 PM   #16
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6 is even on the high side for 19t, but that number is closer for 19t.
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I would go with the c027 Fatom makes great co27s
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Old 04-24-2007, 12:18 AM   #18
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i would go for an X stock if yor racing on a wide open track.
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co27's with f-brush purple+ and red- springs, start @ 6.5
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6 is even on the high side for 19t, but that number is closer for 19t.
Trust me 6 is good for tracks over here in the UK (outdoors tracks), we run down to 5.7 in stock (at some of the really bigger tracks) and can run 4.8 in 19t (usually start at 5.3 for a safe start) .

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Going to enter a class at a new club, but I usually have raced only tamiya (GT tune) so I have no idea about 27 turn motors.
Bozla, the FDR you will need for WLRC for a Monster would be 6.1 to 6.4 depending on layout etc.

X-Stock's and CO27's are 'legal' at WLRC but be carefull, not all clubs and championships allow them.

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