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Old 01-30-2008, 05:23 PM
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Orion's 13.5 LOL
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Old 01-31-2008, 04:57 PM
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haha, no brushless for me, and that would be a 17.5 now, dont try to get me a 13.5 which counts as 19t

what about Banzai?
i did run for banzai motors for like 4 years...and they make a heck of horsepower.there just not to good for turing applications....decent off-road motors though....
yeah, thats what i heard, that they are great for offroads, especially 4WD buggies, but not that great for 1/12. I do like their name though I was planning on getting a Fantom when i go electric a year ago, but then i lost some interest in them, as not manypeople have success with them. I guess the custom ordered ones must be pretty good, but im not sure if they really tune them fully.
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Old 01-31-2008, 05:34 PM
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Thought i'd add my little piece in here.

In short... a good motor from one company is going to be just as good, as a good motor from another company.

In the end you're better off choosing the company with better service and value.

I've used heaps, Axiom, Express, Putnam, Lightspeed, Brood and factory motors... and the best of the bunch from each of them are comparible.

However, i've recently made the switch to Team Brood and solely use their motors in both Stock and 19t and i couldnt be happier.

I got fantastic service from Desolas, keeping in mind i'm from Australia so it was an international deal, the motors are fantastic- all of the lot i bought are weapons and everything was great value.

So... i would highly reccommend Team Brood.

Happy shopping!

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Old 01-31-2008, 05:49 PM
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i think i might go with brood, and try out that new peeler edition, if not for anything but a cool looking can (i dont know how it looks, but the colors on the homepage are pretty sick)
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Go for a tuner who offers: value, quality, customer service, and fast turn around times.

I found a tuner at Insane R/C Motorsports who offers just that. Contact Garry Nelson at InsaneRC.com for more info. If you contact him thru our local forum, you will receive an extra discount for all 757Holeshot members. Get a quote and receive a motor for an inexpensive price with excellent quality. Compare and see the difference. Let us know of your findings and what you end up choosing.

The forum and website is listed below under my signature.

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Old 02-01-2008, 02:33 PM
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theres a local guy here, who supposedly does a good job, and the hobby shop guys are running them, but im not sure if i should try something different, and see how a bigger company is, and then try this guys motors if im not happy.
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Originally Posted by Ferrarimk13 View Post
theres a local guy here, who supposedly does a good job, and the hobby shop guys are running them, but im not sure if i should try something different, and see how a bigger company is, and then try this guys motors if im not happy.
Keep us informed of your findings...
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Old 02-02-2008, 12:07 PM
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will do, i plan on trying out the brood, but i wont be able to run for a while, until the funds replenish for an esc
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Old 02-07-2008, 06:50 PM
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Axiom Motors all the way!
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what motor just won stock TC and stock 12th at the birds
how about 19t???
they can't be too bad . . .
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