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Old 08-12-2008, 06:27 PM   #16
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We've been pulling both on our proprietary dyno system for the past few months.

Our M27's peak 127-132W

Our 13.5's peak at 160-165W.

Our 10.5's peak 175-180W.

Our K19's peak 180-185W.


We sell them all, and I don't have a huge bias towards what people buy - I'd have to say that the 10.5 and 19T are much more closely matched than the 13.5 and the 19T's though power-wise.

Say what you want about racing dynos and whatnot, but the reality is that your typical K19 will have 15+W on a 13.5.

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Also - 13.5 does not belong in stock class
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Old 08-12-2008, 11:09 PM   #17
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We've been pulling both on our proprietary dyno system for the past few months.

Our M27's peak 127-132W

Our 13.5's peak at 160-165W.

Our 10.5's peak 175-180W.

Our K19's peak 180-185W.


We sell them all, and I don't have a huge bias towards what people buy - I'd have to say that the 10.5 and 19T are much more closely matched than the 13.5 and the 19T's though power-wise.

Say what you want about racing dynos and whatnot, but the reality is that your typical K19 will have 15+W on a 13.5.

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Also - 13.5 does not belong in stock class
I was just about to ask you this question. See you at the Smack Down this weekend.
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no way in hell 27t is as fast as 13.5, and no way in hell a 13.5 is as fast as a 19t/10.5. imo roar did a good job on classes, 17.5/27t stock, 13.5 is its own class (next year), and 19t/10.5.
I thought Roar declared Stock (17.5/27T) and Super Stock (13.5/19T)?
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Old 08-13-2008, 04:35 AM   #19
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from what i have seen the 13.5 blows the 19t out of the water because of the torque and they can be geared higher.
At our club the 19t blows the 13.5 out the water by 1.5 sec per lap and in a 5 min run we would put an extra lap on the 13.5 ! thats is definatly not a close match !

we run the tamiya 23 turn motors in our open stock class and even that runs circles arround the 13.5 !

look if you had to create a 13.5 & 17.5 class that's fine but you can't run any 19T's with the 13.5 !
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We run superstock on rubber. 13.5bl and 27t are allowed to run in the class. Our 19t class died a few years ago. 13.5 on rubber should make things pretty fast
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I have run a 13.5 in the 19turn/10.5 class many times before.

But the only 13.5 that can sort of keep up with them are the speed passion 13.5.....no props at all, i dont know what it is with that motor, it just rips out of corners.
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I will have to see how many people are running brushless this weekend.
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I thought Roar declared Stock (17.5/27T) and Super Stock (13.5/19T)?
stock is 27t/17.5. this year, superstock is 19t/10.5, and next year super stock is 13.5 only.

ckoetsch - you keep thinking that. 13.5's are definately slower than a 19t unless youre using a cheater motor.

reenmachine - our club does run roar rules, all clubs should imo. it is these paraties between clubs that will kill 1/10 racing.
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ya - I'm from Joel's club and Jaune's.

It was tough call. Our big class was stock rubber. With BL, no one really wanted to go 17.5 because at the time - it was tought that it would be slower than a race tuned / maintained 27T. As a group, we decided that our future was going to be 13.5 (wanting to go faster rather than slower than the legacy stock class (27T).

I think once we start in the fall - 75-80% will be BL - 50% Lipo. 27T boys will be left out in the cold and running slower. Can't please everyone in this transition period unfortunately.
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