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Old 01-16-2008, 08:50 PM   #1
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hi guys, can a Silver Brush use on 23T motor ? wat d pros n cons when using it ??


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hi guys, can a Silver Brush use on 23T motor ? wat d pros n cons when using it ??


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Silvers in a stock motor put out good power and last forever. They are not as fast as Reedy 767 or F-Brushes. These put out more power than silvers but do not last as long.

The F-brush will last for ~3 runs so that may be a good one to go with.
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Yes,the silver brush is not as powerful as Reedy 767 and F-brush,and the price of the silver brush is more
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then which brush is cheaper ?

will d silver brush make d comm more hotter or cooler than normal brush ??

where to get tat reedy brush ?

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You may find the silver brush eats into the commutator more as it is a harder brush, but for club racing ive had no problem with the trinity xxx brush, providing you give the comm a light skim after every meeting you will be fine
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Stick with the F brush. They are the fastest and most consistant stock brush available.
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