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Old 05-14-2007, 12:06 PM   #1
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i going to be running my new 19t money motor in my TC at a large out door track soon, i just need abit of advice on what brushes and springs i should be using also what FDR should i be running. The track is normally used for 5th petrol and 8th/10 nitro, it is very large with open corners.

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Check out the Brood Motor Forum - they have all the answers to your questions.
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hi guys

i going to be running my new 19t money motor in my TC at a large out door track soon, i just need abit of advice on what brushes and springs i should be using also what FDR should i be running. The track is normally used for 5th petrol and 8th/10 nitro, it is very large with open corners.

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You can gear 5.2 to 5.4 with Infionity brushes and silver springs, 5.6 to 5.8 with Atlas brushes and silver springs.
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I would suggest going to the track you will be running at and asking the fast guys or gals, what gear ratio they are running. While your there you might want to find out what 19t they are running as well, not that the Money isn't a great motor, it is, but it might not work well with that track and layout.
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You can gear 5.2 to 5.4 with Infionity brushes and silver springs, 5.6 to 5.8 with Atlas brushes and silver springs.
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