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What's the latest and greatest stock 27T motor ppl are running?

Old 05-02-2007, 01:37 PM
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Just wanted to see if there was a consensus as to a great stock 27t motor for on-road 1/10th scale sedans. I'm looking for brushed motors, not BL.
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co27 by trinity
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i use the trinity co27... i like that the most
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Originally Posted by BlackedOutREVO
i use the trinity co27... i like that the most
Is the co27 a high RPM motor? or high torque?
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Originally Posted by Porkibear
Is the co27 a high RPM motor? or high torque?

i have heard the way there built there more like a 26 turn motor.... but there a 27 turn, so torque, speed is basicially the same, but its a low turn so more torque
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Depends on the Track, for a Technical Track I like the CO27, for a High Speed Track alot of people like the Epic X. The best way to find out what's the best for you, go to your local track and find out what the Fast guys or gals are running. If you are going to go with the CO27, I suggest running F-Brushes, they are the best for the CO27.
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Originally Posted by Big B
I suggest running F-Brushes, they are the best for the CO27.
Big B : What is F-Brushes?
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Originally Posted by Centerfire
Big B : What is F-Brushes?
http://www.teamtrinity.com/shop/brushes.html
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Originally Posted by Centerfire
Big B : What is F-Brushes?
that is the brush that EA motorsports sells.
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Originally Posted by Porkibear
Is the co27 a high RPM motor? or high torque?
its a torque motor
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Originally Posted by BlackedOutREVO
i have heard the way there built there more like a 26 turn motor.... but there a 27 turn, so torque, speed is basicially the same, but its a low turn so more torque
that is not true. some of the motors when they first came out had an arm that had advanced timing in it. that is it no 26 turn just 27.
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Originally Posted by goop
that is not true. some of the motors when they first came out had an arm that had advanced timing in it. that is it no 26 turn just 27.

i know, but ppl say there faster then the mosnter stock... just saying what i have heard anyways, thx for the info

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
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i believe that TH dont have the F brushes, but here is hte E oens,
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXBPD8&P=V
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ok thankx, i will have to ask at my track
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Originally Posted by Centerfire
Big B : What is F-Brushes?
F-Brushes are just a style of brush that work the best with the CO27, if you dont know what brushes are they are the copper/silver peices that slide into the endbell (they are what transfer power to the comm) the springs hold them in. Here is where you can get some
Team Brood
http://www.teambrood.com/catalog/ind...cPath=26_45_57
(halfway down the page)
EA Motorsports
http://www.teameamotorsports.com/cat...x.php?cPath=28
(look for stock F brush, almost at the bottom)
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