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Old 05-27-2008, 10:47 AM   #136
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I tq'd a fairly big race locally (full throttle race @ 301 raceway)running this motor, i'd say its good one tricks to help you guys out that i saw from my motor tuner - you can put some washers between the nut and the spring to put more tension on the spring. the other is just gearing. im at least 2-3 teeth up from a co27. these things can run hot, so dont be scared to push 190-200.
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Old 06-06-2008, 11:48 PM   #137
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Default brushes and springs

Has anybody been able to find a part number and a source for the brushes|springs

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https://www.ssl-stormerhobbies.com/c...=ns&pn=ASC0784

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Do those replacement brushes come with the retainer nuts & springs?
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Do those replacement brushes come with the retainer nuts & springs?
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Old 06-15-2008, 09:39 AM   #142
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tell them to shave down some 767s and i might want some :P
As far as I know, the Stockstar brushes ARE 767 compound.
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As far as I know, the Stockstar brushes ARE 767 compound.
if thats true, thats disappointing but from i heard it seems they are a harder compound than the 767s designed to last longer...
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oh...oops...

And where would I get those?
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oh...oops...

And where would I get those?
dunno lol
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Old 06-15-2008, 01:03 PM   #146
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As far as I know, the Stockstar brushes ARE 767 compound.
No they are Quasar compound. At least I know that's what I tested with in the early stages and was told thats what they would be. They may make some higher silver brushes but not 100% sure if they will go forward with those or not.

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No they are Quasar compound. At least I know that's what I tested with in the early stages and was told thats what they would be. They may make some higher silver brushes but not 100% sure if they will go forward with those or not.

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Guess I shouldn't 'a just tossed those old brushes out with the springs & caps on them, huh?
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OK, so has anybody put one of these on a comm lathe yet?

The Challenger I've got in my late model downright raped its brushes last week. To the point that the shunt was showing through the face, and I could literally pour the dust out of the endbell. Sure enough, the wavy pattern on the comm told me it was out of round. But it wasn't until I tried cutting the thing tonight I realized how insanely out of round it was. First thing I noticed was the buzzing feel in my hand as I marked the comm with a Sharpie. I must've done twelve deep passes on it before I was halfway satisfied with the result. I scarfed a couple of brushes & brush caps from the Stockstar I haven't run yet, put it together, and broke it in. One I got it all lubed up and put back in the car, I hooked up the battery and let it run a little bit. It sounds good, and looks powerful, but dayum does it put on the light show. I had sparks flying about 4" out of the endbell.

So maybe these are like the MVP's, first thing you gotta do with 'em is a comm cut. I'll let y'all know how this Challenger holds up after tomorrow night. It'll either go like stink or turn into a bomb
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OK, so has anybody put one of these on a comm lathe yet?

The Challenger I've got in my late model downright raped its brushes last week. To the point that the shunt was showing through the face, and I could literally pour the dust out of the endbell. Sure enough, the wavy pattern on the comm told me it was out of round. But it wasn't until I tried cutting the thing tonight I realized how insanely out of round it was. First thing I noticed was the buzzing feel in my hand as I marked the comm with a Sharpie. I must've done twelve deep passes on it before I was halfway satisfied with the result. I scarfed a couple of brushes & brush caps from the Stockstar I haven't run yet, put it together, and broke it in. One I got it all lubed up and put back in the car, I hooked up the battery and let it run a little bit. It sounds good, and looks powerful, but dayum does it put on the light show. I had sparks flying about 4" out of the endbell.

So maybe these are like the MVP's, first thing you gotta do with 'em is a comm cut. I'll let y'all know how this Challenger holds up after tomorrow night. It'll either go like stink or turn into a bomb

Cut the comm after about 12-13 runs out of the package...

didnt run into any serious issues.
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