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Old 05-25-2004, 06:55 PM   #61
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never ran a Reedy motor personally...in my experiences (had TC3, Barracuda and XXXS G+) i ran belt and shaft both and there isnt a better. Its all in the setup of the car and driver's abilities. Equipment comes into play once you learn how to drive good consistant lines and have the correct setup for current track conditions.
exactly, it's all in driver abilities and car setup. No shaft car at my local track can OUT accelerate me as far as I can tell.
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I agree with James on that one. I run an Mi2 and i feel that no shaft car where I race has the advantage.Even out of the corner.I have seen James xxx-s and it's fast as any shaft car also.

BTW,everyone knows reedy stock motors suck.Come on Black kat.
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Old 05-25-2004, 07:06 PM   #64
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BTW,everyone knows reedy stock motors suck.Come on Black kat.
Where is their supposed new stock motor that is supposed to blow all others away???
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I don't think that motor is gonna be coming out at all from what I have read.

The MVP can be made to work well, but you really have to play with it, I got good performance out of it but gearing was alittle bit of a pain.
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BTW,everyone knows reedy stock motors suck.Come on Black kat.
I don't nesserarily mean their stockers.....

And atleast my Cores/MVPs last a day without having to be re-zapped
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imo a one-way is the answer to faster laps times in rubber class if you can drive it
You should see me drive with a one way. You wouldn't be worried about me passing you, you'd be worried for the guy in front of you....
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The MVP can be made to work well, but you really have to play with it, I got good performance out of it but gearing was alittle bit of a pain.
Hit the nail on the head.
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