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Old 07-31-2003, 12:23 PM
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I`m thinking of the new Yokomo 23t.. what kind of brushes is best for it?
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Originally posted by Hatebreed
I`m thinking of the new Yokomo 23t.. what kind of brushes is best for it?

The SR or the ST ar your best bet

they both use a Standup brush.... so .... any good 27T satndup brush would do the trick...but if you can get the Atlas sprint silver they would be the best..

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also the stock ones are quite good..
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Old 07-31-2003, 11:59 PM
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Ok, Thanks! I have found 4 different atlas brushes,
1. 076 Team Atlas - Brush, New Compound
2. 077 Team Atlas - Laydown Silver Brush
3. 080 Team Atlas - Laydown Sprint Silver
4. 072 Team Atlas - MH7-072 Power Brush

Now i`m going to race on carpet mainly, what brush would give me the most out of the motor? And how are the life span in the atlas brushes?
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Old 08-01-2003, 12:43 AM
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Do you have tested Real motor ?
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Dave,

Is this the new Echo stock that u are having? I can't find the part number because the page i was looking at a Japanese site.

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parts no. # E4123PQ 3800Yen
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Old 08-01-2003, 07:53 AM
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Originally posted by analyzer
Dave,

Is this the new Echo stock that u are having? I can't find the part number because the page i was looking at a Japanese site.

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Yep thats the new ECHO motor..

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Tectro real motor how ?
good or bad ?
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Originally posted by LeoChan
Tectro real motor how ?
good or bad ?
I just tried out the Tectro New Torque version...and it`s Really nice.....it kind of caught me off guard I had it geared in the 5.3 range and the motor had tons of torque and topend...also it did not get hotter than 70 Cel`
and I was able to run for 10 mins!!!

I`ll try out the RPM version tommorow night

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Real Rpm type now many rpm ?
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Originally posted by LeoChan
Real Rpm type now many rpm ?
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32000 Rpm @ 7.2 Volts and it draws 4.65 Amps ...on My Yokomo MMS

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hey guys
i am from australia, and we have a series called MECA that we stockers run 23t in, and i was wondering what motors you would recommend for hig rpm tracks, and also, where abouts i can buy them???, any online stores that u know of that have em???
or even for JDM_DOHC_SiR, u seem to be able to get hold of em easy, would u consider buying one and sending it , obviously i'd electronic transfer or something, but if some of u could find a model shop online i can order these new motors you are talking about, i would be very greatful
thanx guys
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Originally posted by xray racer
hey guys
i am from australia, and we have a series called MECA that we stockers run 23t in, and i was wondering what motors you would recommend for hig rpm tracks, and also, where abouts i can buy them???, any online stores that u know of that have em???
or even for JDM_DOHC_SiR, u seem to be able to get hold of em easy, would u consider buying one and sending it , obviously i'd electronic transfer or something, but if some of u could find a model shop online i can order these new motors you are talking about, i would be very greatful
thanx guys
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Have you tried R-10 or Pro Shop Futaba in Tokyo..they do international orders

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if that doesn`t work PM me for details
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Old 08-01-2003, 10:55 PM
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Do you have use Putnam brush ?
Mid silver & High silver ?

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what would be a good brush combination setup for the tamiya type rr motor. any suggestions? Please? Thank You!

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