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Old 01-24-2005, 08:54 AM   #196
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That's what I needed to know. Thanks, I found what I needed on that site .. boy it sucks to navigate, but it has good info.

However I found Big Jim recommends with the Reedy 19T to align the hoods straight across from one another .. but then says "to make sure the brushes have full face contact." Doesn't one negate the other? Mine are straight across and the brushes are slightly off.. I should have left it alone as when I got the motor it was wearing the brushes fine, then I checked the hood alignment and it was off, so I "fixed" it, now they aren't wearing correctly. Oh well. Gotta learn somehow.
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this motor like less timing....

this is why he recommends aligning the brush hoods straight across......it will reduce the timing and increase efficiency.....
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Old 01-27-2005, 09:51 AM   #198
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Hey guys, was looking through this thread for an anwser to my seemingly simple question. What is a "Cross-Wrapped" armature? It cost's the same, is available for my Pro-Tuned Chameleon 2, and other than the mention of ROAR approval, I see no difference. Is it better, and if so, why?
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Old 01-27-2005, 12:17 PM   #199
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How about these: http://www.rccars.com/forums/showthr...5&pagenumber=1

Any comments, opinions? My local club races are Very competitive. I don't want to go so far as to cheat, but I do want to keep up with the faster cars...
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Well, I dug up the point where he says how much he wants for these miricle armatures...$65 That's just too much for me...

Any theories about the "Cross Wrapped" versions of the armature that fit's my motor?






is there an echo in here.... I feel like I'm doing something wrong by posting so many times in a row...
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Old 01-30-2005, 11:42 AM   #201
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WHat is the best brush and spring combo for the reedy 19t quad motors?
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Purple springs, reedy 769 brushes (767 with the cavity in them). It's pretty dialed.

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Hi, I recently picked up an EPIC 19T. It's adjustable timing and I swapped a standard endball for the P94 style that came on it originally. I just like having a bunch of options for brushes.

What timing, gear ratio, and brush would you all recommend? The Gear ratio will obviously depend upon the track some, but does anyone have a rollout value that might work? I actually need to make about 7 minutes of runtime in a 6-cell touring car with it if possible....any suggestions?

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Which brush on positive and which brush on neg?
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Hi, I recently picked up an EPIC 19T. It's adjustable timing and I swapped a standard endball for the P94 style that came on it originally. I just like having a bunch of options for brushes.

What timing, gear ratio, and brush would you all recommend? The Gear ratio will obviously depend upon the track some, but does anyone have a rollout value that might work? I actually need to make about 7 minutes of runtime in a 6-cell touring car with it if possible....any suggestions?

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What dyno will you test on? I can give you good numbers and an ideal setting for a Fantom dyno.
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Which brush on positive and which brush on neg?
767s both pos & neg
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What dyno will you test on? I can give you good numbers and an ideal setting for a Fantom dyno.
The dyno work will be done on a Turbo Dyno. Can you give me the specs of the motor...I'll give it a shot and see what numbers I get. Thanks!

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Guys what do you think about buying a 19t (say a rchamelion) or buying something like the Paradigm version?
If price is not option, is it worth the trouble?
looking for suggestions as im starting to race 19t this season cheers.
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TC3- I can't help you out there. I only use the Fantom Dyno. But anyways, try 36 degrees and trinity 4383 brushes. Purple springs should be stiff enough.
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19T... buy the reedy quad mag if its legal...

If its not.. ermm Peak Dynasty is real popular at my local track (2nd to the quad mag)
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