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Old 02-07-2006, 08:06 PM   #346
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can someone post a link to the z-zone? i am about to start running 19t and the integy motors seem to get the best reviews.
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Old 02-07-2006, 08:16 PM   #347
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can someone post a link to the z-zone? i am about to start running 19t and the integy motors seem to get the best reviews.

http://dcmotorsports.net/products/pr...roducts_id=115

http://www.axiommotors.com/turn-atla...-21_26_35.html
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thats the motor i was talking about in my 1st post. it uses old style brushes but the brush hoods have a angle to them. thanks for the links thats the motor i want to get.
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Old 02-07-2006, 09:20 PM   #349
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We carry most Integy stuff and you can view on our site at www.axiommotors.com We are waiting the arrival of the EVO30 19t..
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We carry most Integy stuff and you can view on our site at www.axiommotors.com We are waiting the arrival of the EVO30 19t..
when are yall expecting arrival of these motors?
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Old 02-07-2006, 09:29 PM   #351
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I was told in a week but I can shoot off an e-mail to double check for you?
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Old 02-07-2006, 09:59 PM   #352
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wow! 19t motors are getting competitive. i dont know what to choose.. anyone have recommendations based on track performance?
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The hoods should be aligned across from each other, as like Korey said, it will retard the timing 1-2 degrees (heh, where did you learn that Korey???)

And while a Reedy quad will start at .350.....it will be around .345 or so before its round, they comm pretty coned from Japan....
EddieO: Sushiboy said not to ask him so i hope you dont mind if i ask you instead ... hehehe ... why do the reedy based 19T hoods like to be aligned this way? what gains can be expected? .... and should we adjust anything else (ie. springs, gearing, etc) when aligning this way given it reduces timing by 1-2 degs? thanks in advance!
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wow! 19t motors are getting competitive. i dont know what to choose.. anyone have recommendations based on track performance?

C2, Atlas and the Z-Zone (laydown version) are the ones my drivers are liking.
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Old 02-08-2006, 08:53 AM   #355
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Is it cheaper to maintain a 19turn than 27turn or 23turn? I want to try it coz I heard that's the case. What's a good all around 19turn? I used to run mod but the brush and comm maintenance is a bit expensive. I switched to stock but the bushing really suck.
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I find 19t are a bit better maintenance wise.
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Old 02-08-2006, 09:09 AM   #358
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If you are truely interested in a great 19T with extremely low maintenance I would recommend the Checkpoint motor. You really should change the brushes from the stock coppers to their silver Infinity brush. My son has been driving a production version for several days and it is better than any C2 or Quad we have ever run. We have 20-25 runs on it with the same brushes, and
the lap times have been excellent. It seems to like gearing similar to a Quad in T/C and even more in offroad. It doesn't get hot and you aren't throwing brushes away every 1-2 runs. It has been worth the wait!
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At the track I run, we don't have a fixed timing rule. The only way to go is with the Cobalt 19. We've tried several motors and thats the fastest out there.JMO
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The 3 I mentioned are the most reputable with locked timing. Also keep notice when people on here to tell you to buy a certain brand they are usually a sponsored driver doing thier job. I told you 3 can designs to go with, whether you buy from me or the next guy doesnt matter, it matters you get a can design that will work for you.. Good luck.
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