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Old 02-12-2008, 01:09 AM   #1
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Hey Everyone,

I'm trying to purchase some motor springs, but i'm stuggling to get the right ones.

I want to buy Trinity motor springs so i can run Purple + and Red -, and/or red:red and purpleurple, but i need them to suit a Komodo and CO27 where the spring posts are both on the same side of the motor... if you understand what i mean???

I've purchased some sets of springs however they are in pairs for older style motors, where the spring posts are diagonally opposite. The part numbers are: TRI 4389 (red), and TRI 4033 (purple), and both of the springs are wound the same way.

Does anyone know the part numbers for the springs i need???... where one spring would suit the negative side, and one would suit the positive side.

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

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what you have bought is standard springs, what you need is overhead springs. you will see them on any motor tuners web site.
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The numbers you want are TRI 4395 for the red (medium heavy) overhead style springs, and TRI 4396 for the purples (heavy). You didn't ask, but the green (medium tension)overhead springs are part number TRI 4393, and the blues (light tension) are TRI 4392.
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Thanks guys, very much appreciated. Finally i can finish building up all my motors now!...... well... after i go to the LHS haha.

Thanks again, big help

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