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Old 09-28-2003, 11:13 AM   #1
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I was curious as to what is everyones opinion on what is the best stock motors out right now. Also, what are the best 19 turn modifieds out. Does anyone know where or who does the best tuning of motors and also what are best tuning tips?
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Check here for MANY opinions on the 19 turn motors.

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In my opinion, I think the Reedy MVP is a great all around motor. Has great torque and high RPMs. However, It does get considerably hotter than other stocker motors. I guess it all depends on your preferences. I you like higher RPMs I would go with the trinity Monster Horsepower, and for Higher torque for a more techical course, I would go with the P2K2. Yet with all this said, there is always a drawback with each motor. High torque=less RPMs, vise versa and so on.
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easy easy easy

19 turn motor is the putnam D5 hand wound motor
stock is the monster everything else is a fishing sinker!
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Putnampropulsion.com enough said!!

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Old 09-28-2003, 10:42 PM   #6
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stock is the monster everything else is a fishing sinker!
I dissagree, the Mvp is a great motor. I have no problem keeping up with monsters (and pulling on them) on small and medium sized tracks. The Mvp has a fair amount of torque and that is most important for small/medium tracks. If you have torque you can easily gear higher to keep up on the straights and still have better punch out of the corners then rpm based motors like the monster. On a large track the monster will be an advantage though, runs cooler, more rpm and will have less comm/brush wear(in most cases) then an Mvp that has to be geared in the 5's to keep up on the straights.
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sorry doggy dog..i only race oval..who needs punch? lol putnam monsters rock the hisouse!
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Old 09-29-2003, 03:37 PM   #8
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fatdoggy i got about ten reedys and they are great but anything putnum is the bomb sorry everything else is a sinker!
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Old 09-30-2003, 05:51 AM   #9
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Punch is everything on a 'proper' track with both left & right bends



Oval tracks are laid by people who are just too lazy to do a proper
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Just kidding.................
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Old 09-30-2003, 11:28 PM   #10
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Oval tracks are laid by people who are just too lazy to do a proper
track!!

oval is for fat guys named katfish that uses trim to the left and use his booger finger for throttle because it picks out heavy boulders!anything more than that is to physicall! kat fish is cool in his own way he thinks everyone should race oval and shit can road racing poor guy he's deliriouse!
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id have a mvp any day over a monster stock.
much more punch and not any slower on the small tracks i race on.
punch is allways better then top speed.
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id have a mvp any day over a monster stock.
much more punch and not any slower on the small tracks i race on.
punch is allways better then top speed.
I find my MVP is pretty good on my local track, which is also small and very technical. It offers good a good balance of RPMs and Torque. BRM do a really good Torquey stock based on an Orion motor which does really good on 'pointy' circuits.

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You make me laugh - my ribs are still hurting I take it that Katfish knows you well enough not to take offence

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I love the P2K pro on a tight track because it has lots of torque
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You're right Matt - the P2K has loads of torque and it runs nice and cool too. This means it can be geared up a little without fear of cooking it
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horatio yes i know katfish well enough i am a road racer in florida and he's and oval guy that runs in our state we both have a wierd sense of humor and toss cut downs back and forth! if he comes back on here he'll come on with something he's the kind that dont stay qiuet because it hurts his head!
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