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Old 05-31-2007, 11:41 PM   #1
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well for the speed world cup im want to get a tuned co27 for all the racing, from team brood its only 35 bucks, the stock one cost me 30 so thats not bad to have it, i just really want to see how much different they perform and all

are they worth it? i dont want to spend more then 40, not including shipping, unless its worth it to spend more somewhere

and is the team brood pro (or whatever the highest one is) good? anything better? or what?

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Old 06-01-2007, 12:17 AM   #2
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Garrett who does the stock motors for Team Brood is one of if not The Best stock motor tuners out there. It is well worth the $ for the Blueprinted one. I can't remember exactly what brushes it has, but definatley go with the F-Brushes they work incredable with the C027.
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Old 06-01-2007, 12:44 AM   #3
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its tough to beat Br00d power, really tough.
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EA, Brood, Kwik.........You can't go wrong with any of them.
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Old 06-01-2007, 06:09 AM   #7
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From my experience Team brood stock motors are the best I've ever used.
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Old 06-01-2007, 06:16 AM   #8
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Old 06-01-2007, 09:06 AM   #10
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It doesn't matter- the motors you buy from these major motor manufactures are nothing like the motors they build for their team members...

Brood, EA, ect.

They have their special jigs and they crank the $%[email protected]!!! out of the armature! They also do the same thing with 19t!

Everytime you go to a major event that is what you are competing against! Stock and 19t racing is very bad these days as a result...
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Old 06-01-2007, 09:22 AM   #11
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They build all the motors the same, when they get tested they keep the best ones for their team.

Calling every one of the team members of each team a cheater just makes you sound like a sore looser.

most racers build their own motors, sponsored or not. Even if they get motors, they still primp them each run themselves anyway. If the event uses hand outs, they have to build them from scratch themselves. Buying a tuned stock motor isn't going to make you a better driver, HP doesn't win races. If you are getting walked on the straights, a motor can help, but it is more likely your battery voltage, and the batteries that these teams save for their teams are what you should be interested in, not the motors.
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Bill Dolch from Full Throttle also does a great job of tuning . Check out the team and company discussions forum and you will see most of the top tuners threads there .

http://www.rctech.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=105
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alright, well i will order the best tuned broo motor and try them out for now


thanks!
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No offense section 8 but I'm not sure if you undrestand...

When you buy a motor from one of these tuners all your getting is a fancy Sticker and to make it look like they tuned the motor they sometimes use there own motor spacers... they cut the com. Woooo big deal!

The fact of the mater is when you go to a big race like Cleveland/Vegas of coarse you get a hand out motor and for a split second everyone is on a level playing field...

What imediately begins to happen because motors are never torn down and checked is you have people swaping armatures from can to can as well as motor tuners cranking armatures on special jigs which gives them major HP advantage...

Any motor tuner care to share in this conversation? ?????? Yea right...

I am glad for brushless racing.
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It doesn't matter- the motors you buy from these major motor manufactures are nothing like the motors they build for their team members...

Brood, EA, ect.

They have their special jigs and they crank the $%[email protected]!!! out of the armature! They also do the same thing with 19t!

Everytime you go to a major event that is what you are competing against! Stock and 19t racing is very bad these days as a result...
Wow...you dont have not a clue do you....Every single race this year had guages to check timing and keep people from cheating.....I guess you must be butt hurt because of getting spanked by guys that can actually drive

Get a clue jackass....Keep my name out of your little cheater theories idiot.

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