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Old 06-20-2007, 01:10 PM   #1
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Default Whats the Best 27Turn Motor For A T2 007?

HOw many Rpm
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really ppl at my track our running epic pro x
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ok.... The CO27 is a better motor, unless you can find the correct gearing, the X is very picky with gearing....
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Here is what I know and look for when I build my motors, for what its worth. Everyone has there own way of doing things, you just have to look into it your self and see what works best for you...

Everyone will tell you to run Co27's, they are awsome motors dont get me wrong. I have been able to get the best number out of them on the dyno, but when I run them they just dont have what I need. Cobalts are very easy to gear them.

Normally I look for this in my motors in this order;
Watts
Torque
Amps
Spool Seconds
RPM's

I have found that my motors that are the fastest are the ones that have the most watts and pull the hardest. Watts = Power. People will tell you different to what works for them, and this is what works for me. Get the watts threw the brushes not running hard springs. For the Cobalts I normally run Red/Green combination. That really seems to work the best or Red/Red depending on certain goals.

I normally run Monster Stock's. They just seem to love my gearing methods, and I dont know why but I can make power out of them easier than C027's. When I build them I normally run this setup with a few hood changes and break in methods;

Cross Cut 99
Purple + / Red -
Comm 2.80
Shim
Zapp

Normally I get around these readings on the dyno after 3 passes.

MP = 64-67 watts @ 11,000-11,900 rpm
MT = 930-990 torque
MRPM = 21,000 - 24,000 RPM
AMPS = 13-17 amps
Mid = 75-80
High = 85-91
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so u run monstor stock and who makes cobolt motors.
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isn't cobalt = co27?
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Yes...CO27 is a "Cobalt 27"

Are you in Europe?

Depending in the track the ROAR X might be a better motor. That RPM can work to an advantage on a track that is flowing wide open track.
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In the states most people run co's becuase are tracks arent that of EU. Most of there tracks are massive and there turns are more like sweepers... if only USA!
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co27 or novak 13.5 brushless pretty even and the best in both fields if u can run sintered rotor go the brushless it will beat a co27 most times.
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Yeah if your club allows brushless i would say go for it. No mantinance or tuning, just plug and play. The only thing u need to do is oil it every 2 dozen runs. In the long run it ends up cheaper considering in a season u could go through 3 stock motors.
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there is only a 27 class and 19
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