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Old 01-12-2002, 12:14 PM
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I haven't run stock motors for years so am looking for any hints/tips that anyone has got there. I have heard of removing some material from the side of the brushes for more RPM. Has anyone tried that?? how much do you take off??

The motor is a P2K2.

What brushes would people surgest running??
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Old 01-12-2002, 12:46 PM
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Hi Matt

You can try silver brushes and also try using a slightly heavier spring on the positive brush. I use the Corally Silver spring on the negative and the Corally gold spring on the positive. This should make your motor more efficient.

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Check out this stuff if you really want to tune up and learn about your motors!

http://www.rcvehicles.about.com/libr.../blackbook.htm
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