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Old 02-08-2006, 12:06 PM   #361
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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.

I purchased a Z-Zone. I was interested in feed back form you on how we should gear these,in general of course. I run sedan on med grip asphalt with CS27's

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Old 02-10-2006, 10:15 AM   #362
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I was wonder if the team Orion 19T Spec motor is any good?

Also have any of you out there run a 19T with V2 Endbell yet? How do the perform? Are they worth it or not? What brushes are reccommendend for the V2 versions?

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Old 02-10-2006, 11:06 AM   #363
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I tried the V2 conversion awhile back and did not like it. Installing the brushes, and the springs in the brush hoods was kind of a pain. If you want a fast 19T. Checkpoints new one is due out in a week, or two.
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Old 02-10-2006, 11:10 AM   #364
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i run the elemant v2 and it is pretty good took me a little bit to get it fast
i run sprint brushes with hard springs both +and - and in my car i gear it to the moon fdr 5.8 to 5.50 depending on track and batterys





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I was wonder if the team Orion 19T Spec motor is any good?

Also have any of you out there run a 19T with V2 Endbell yet? How do the perform? Are they worth it or not? What brushes are reccommendend for the V2 versions?

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Old 02-10-2006, 01:59 PM   #365
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With that set up how long does the comm and brushes last?

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Old 02-10-2006, 02:00 PM   #366
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With that set up how long does the comm and brushes last?

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Comm will last longer with his setup vs. a softer setup with brush bounce.
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ran the new integy in my B4 on tuesday was impressed fast as a C2 same gearing
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ran the new integy in my B4 on tuesday was impressed fast as a C2 same gearing
Laydown version or angled?
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I've run the laydown version and was able to gear up a tooth or two 64P from a C2.

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With that set up how long does the comm and brushes last?

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it last pretty long depending on your gearing i cut mine about every other race week just to keep it fresh and rebreak in the brushes.
i got about 20-25 runs out of it before i replaced the brushes
(great comm wear)
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I've run the laydown version and was able to gear up a tooth or two 64P from a C2.

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Korey,
Did you run it on foam? What was your rollout? Love the Atlas and Quad Mag but am dying to try the new Integy..
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sorry laydown version did no tunning to it right out of the package
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On the element 19t spec how small does the comm have to be before replacing the armture
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which blueprinted verse from team br00d better the atlas 19t or the atlas evo super stock 19t spec? thanks
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Both ones from Team BrOOd are just as fast but they do require different gearing. I would say get the Atlas based blue can for tight carpet tracks, torque crazy and run cool. Basically nothing else is even close or worth trying out there.
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