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Old 05-01-2003, 11:48 AM   #31
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The Monster Stock has been my best Motor. Way better than either of my P2K2's. Didn't have better luck with the V10 (bought the wrong one) maybe with the next one.

MS with Putnam Green/Blue brushes and either Red/Red or Red/Green Trinity springs. Seems to make the best Power over any other combination of brushes and springs.
I think your right about this combo popsracer, you have to cut the comm more often but it does seem to work better.

Has anyone tried the 767's with this motor?
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My only experience. if you want more torque run a 767 on the negative with a red spring and an E brush on the positive with a purple spring.
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My only experience. if you want more torque run a 767 on the negative with a red spring and an E brush on the positive with a purple spring.
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i run mine with the 767's but i drill out the hole bigger...with stock springs...

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how's the torque on the monster is it as good as a p2k pro?????
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which is the "good" matrix?

the v10r torque? right"?
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Old 05-01-2003, 06:28 PM   #37
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which is the "good" matrix?

the v10r torque? right"?
Matrix V10: (Average)

Matrix V10-R: (Above average)

Obviously, get the Pro version for the better Brushes and Springs, Etc.
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Old 05-01-2003, 06:50 PM   #38
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is the monster stock have more torque than the p2k? or any stock motor out in the market?
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the Matrix V10 Touque pro is the best one with teflon spacer and putum brushes stardard springs works very well its seems to have heaps of rpm and touque but mine is a factory hand out motor
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what is the website of matrix? thanks!
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I personally like my monsters with Axiom 12% fullface brushes all around, red/green springs. Haven't had a HP problem in the longest time so....
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is that the best combination for brushes and springs for the monster??
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Old 05-01-2003, 08:25 PM   #43
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with the gearing on the other page(6.8 & 7.2) are you guys using rubber tyres wth a diameter of 63mm or using foams and cutting them to a particluar size

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Just bought a moster. i ran it n and it says its running at 14 amps. is that right? what amp do you guys run urs at. Mine is set at 4.
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I use 7.2 for rubbers. With the putnam grn/blu combo I had the guy next to me say "he's got motor" as I passed him. That was very satisfying.
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