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Old 04-29-2003, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default Monster Horsepower Stock motor ROCKS!!

Anyone else feel the same way? I Had mine geared at 7.2 on my tc3 w/putnam GRN+/blu- and had an excellent overall powerband. Much better than the p2k2. Strangely enough, one of my caps caught fire a couple of days prior while I broke it in at 3 volts. I just cut it out with an exacto knife and off to the races I went. Strange.....

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yes, they rock
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Old 04-29-2003, 08:38 PM   #3
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Trinity Booooooooo!!!!!

Reedy Yeerrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!

When Reedy comes out with there new 4 mag stocker it will (hopefully) kick the crap out of the moster. But I must admit the monster is a good motor, o well it's the MVP till then.

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I dont like trinity either...but OEM monsters are ok (e.g. Axiom)

I doubt the new stocker will have four mags though...but it definitely will be fast
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I have to admit, I'm waiting patiently for the new Reedy stocker. It's just taking alot longer than I had hoped. The MVP is a good motor,but it just gets so hot! No matter how you gear it or how well aligned the brushes are.
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You cant go wrong with Trinity Products. I have 5 MS motors...
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i have 3 phantom version of the monster stock pro with teflon spacers and putum brushes and cant get as much speed out of them compered to the factory Matrix V10 rpm by integy
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just a comment. the monsters are surely fast. mine isn't, and i did see a matrix just rip this past weekend.
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FYI, the new Reedy stock motor WILL not have the Quad mag system...
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But for a off-road track there not so good to use. [The monster stock] I like the P2K2 for off-road.
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Why do you say that they aren't good for off road?? Many, if not most of our local drivers run them in the buggy and many also run them in the truck as well. Any motor can be good for any application - simply a matter of gearing correctly


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I don't think I've seen an Integy stocker around here. At least,not that I'm aware of. I read on the Hobbytalk board that some people liked them,but the thread went dead.
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Why do you say that they aren't good for off road?? Many, if not most of our local drivers run them in the buggy and many also run them in the truck as well. Any motor can be good for any application - simply a matter of gearing correctly


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You cant go wrong with Trinity Products. I have 5 MS motors...

Are you sure?

What are you doing here?
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