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Old 05-02-2007, 10:41 PM   #16
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Novak 13.5 PRO Brushless motor I just run it last weekend for the first time, I TQ and won the race on stock expert class at my local track.
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Old 05-02-2007, 10:50 PM   #17
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I like the CO27 it is still very good on large tracks you can gear it all the way up to 30+mmpr if needed in TC.
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Old 05-02-2007, 10:53 PM   #18
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The F on this page is not the same, that is a octagon brush, and will not fit in the CO27. The CO27 uses Laydown brushes. The Trinity RC4504 Cross Cut E Brush, looks simmilar to an F Brush, but I don't think they are the same, but I could be wrong, I have always gotten mine from team br00d so I only know them as F-Brushes.
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Old 05-02-2007, 10:54 PM   #19
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Ours are better than EA's...I rub my mojo on them..

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Trinity RC4504 Cross Cut E Brush, looks simmilar to an F Brush, but I don't think they are the same, but I could be wrong, I have always gotten mine from team br00d so I only know them as F-Brushes.
Yeah..the "E" brush, or 4499 is not the same as the F-Brush. Good brush, but the F is almosts always better with a CO27 in a sedan. With purple/red or red/red springs.
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Old 05-02-2007, 10:57 PM   #20
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I like the CO27 it is still very good on large tracks you can gear it all the way up to 30+mmpr if needed in TC.
I have heard that both the CO27 and the Epic X are good, our track is a tight technical track, so I haven't been able to run it on an open track. I am sure it is good Trinity has the top 2 motors out right now IMO for Stock and 19t, the CO27 and the Komodo, they are hard to beat.
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Old 05-02-2007, 11:03 PM   #21
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Ours are better than EA's...I rub my mojo on them..
I must have forgot to add that, Team Brood has the Best F-Brushes

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Old 05-02-2007, 11:19 PM   #22
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I must have forgot to add that, Team Broods has the Best F-Brushes.
He He, actually I really like the "soaked" express Motorsports "F" brush in my CO27's. Excellent power and you can get quite a few stong runs out of them over non soaked F's.
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He He, actually I really like the "soaked" express Motorsports "F" brush in my CO27's. Excellent power and you can get quite a few stong runs out of them over non soaked F's.
I like to run my motor without sauces, dips, juice, or drops, they really are overrated.
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I like my putnam excessive force,with f brushes.
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I like my putnam excessive force,with f brushes.
Which one? They have an Excessive Force Monster Stock, Binary, Epic, CO27, and X Stock. The "Excessive Force" just stands for a Blueprinted motor. Who's F-Brushes are you using, doesn't look like Putnam has them.
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B.. what car are you running and how long have you been running it??
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can i get a link to f brushes at tower hobbies? i cant find the right ones for my co27, just want to make shure i get the right ones
Go to THE source for F-brushes and the guy who can answer questions on "how" to spring them based on your needs........ EAMotorsports
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B.. what car are you running and how long have you been running it??
Right now I have a X-Ray T2 007 Euro, I just finished it today, before that I had a AE TC4 (didn't like that one)
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Absolutely, if it works for you run it. I guess I cant say I run nothing on my motor or brushes, Desolas recently said he puts his mojo on the F-Brushes
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