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Old 04-17-2003, 09:57 PM   #16
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hahahahahahahahaha

How true... What about the P94? "This will change the face of racing" was that the statement? I think the Ti's were still able to keep up with them...even though the P94 was a decent motor
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Old 04-17-2003, 10:21 PM   #17
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Ummm...right...the monster stock did nothing for stock...right...how about being the fastest production stock motor to date? I have yet to run a faster stock in my TC

Yeah the P94 was a big hype, but it was certainly better than the D4, but yes the Ti was just as fast (or faster) still. I think the D5 and the Kr are pretty close matched mods from what i've seen, although the D5 sure seems to have an advantage on the low-end side...good for foam mod TC
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Old 04-17-2003, 10:29 PM   #18
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Nothing ??
All I have run in stock since their release is the Monster stock....

The others I have owned don't come close on the dyno or the track (P2K, P2K2, GM3, MVP, Orion Core....)

Just my .02, some have different opinions.....
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Old 04-17-2003, 10:43 PM   #19
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Axiom and Kansaracer, what final drive ratio would you use for the monster stock in a touring car for a large (150 ft straight) outdoor track with rubber tires?
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I haven't run outdoor yet, sat. is my first time with a monster stock....


I would hate to give you indoor numbers because carpet tracks are so much different (ie smaller) than asphalt....

But I was running a 8.78 on my Xray on a very tight carpet track...

I'll PM you after this weekend....
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Old 04-17-2003, 11:32 PM   #21
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Let me see here...I'm gonna say somewhere between 6.5 and 7.0, depending on how the infield is. Generally i like to gear higher so i keep more punch in the infield.
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How about the Matt Francis trinity motor? Is that the same as the P94? Or what is the difference?
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Same.... Just the Can is Red.

I also think it had a special Pattern wind in it.
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cool thanks for the info...

Are the D5 motors the best thing since sliced bread?
Or are they just all hype?
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Go with the KR 10x2 you can't beet it.

Axiom5b that speedo was nothing but my falt, the brush hit the wire. Where the wire is soldered onto the speedo, and it created a short. Plus I was like nine teeth over geered.
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I know Timmy, i was just making a small joke of it cuz its funny. Not trying to say the GT7 is a bad speedo, i like it.

Yes 10x2 Kr faaaaaaaaaaasssssssssssstttttttt
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how does the 10x2 in the kr compare to the ti 10x2? also does it have more bottom end?
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I have got a 12X1 for big tracks on order at tower I wonder how long its going to take?

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The Kr is mostly for longer more open tracks, because of the quad magnet and mid-size com, it takes a little longer for it to spool up, hense a smoother acceleration...

If you go with the Ti, it's more abrupt cuz it's a 10x2 with 2 magnets and a smaller com, resulting in a much higher low end punch which is good on smaller road-style courses.

This has been the case with my Kr and other peoples motors.
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which would you run in 12th mod? lookin for a 10 double or similar, so would you go with a Ti or a Kr, the kr's look sooooo sweet.

also whats important in a decent 12th motr, revs, torque, what?
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