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Old 10-23-2003, 03:12 PM   #46
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I have discussed it with Futureal. Everything is cool.

Have a sence of HUMOR!!!

They are NOT putnam brushes...
Not trinity...
Not orion......

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i noticed that my monster stock from paradigm has different springs, any advantage to it?
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Old 10-31-2003, 08:11 AM   #48
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I have discussed it with Futureal. Everything is cool.

Have a sence of HUMOR!!!

They are NOT putnam brushes...
Not trinity...
Not orion......


can you give us a hint?
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Old 10-31-2003, 09:37 AM   #49
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Use a proprietary brush combination......... More details will follow as we are going to beging advertsing to be able to have a company specific thread. This particular motor tuner has brushes mixed in Europe. They work very well.
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Use a proprietary brush combination......... More details will follow as we are going to beging advertsing to be able to have a company specific thread. This particular motor tuner has brushes mixed in Europe. They work very well.

... cool... around when do they expect to be in operation?
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Old 10-31-2003, 12:04 PM   #51
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"THEY" (my avatar...) has been in op for quite awhile. Not much longer to wait.
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Old 11-01-2003, 07:40 AM   #52
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"THEY" (my avatar...) has been in op for quite awhile. Not much longer to wait.

cool... do they have a website?
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Old 11-02-2003, 10:42 AM   #53
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Yes, they have a website (it's a really easy to guess URL) but the content is lacking. SEVERAL pieces of the site are inoperable.

Good motors, though.

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Old 11-03-2003, 12:40 PM   #54
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visited the birdman site... cant say i was impressed, they still dont have a full line of motors.

after careful review, i think i'll stick with the paradigm motors for the moment. i'hv been hearing good things and i like the ones that i have right now.
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Hey guys....Just bought 3 Monsters from Paradigm and am quite unhappy with the performance.These motors were for my 12th scale and Touring car and until I cut them myself and rebrushed them with Non Paraqdigm brushes,these motor were slugs.All 3!I put in 767 and called it a day.Bad thing is my oldest monster was still faster and had more torque then these brand new stocks.Maybe it was a fluke but hopefully its not a quality control issue.I plunked down 120.00 and expected at least one good motor out of the bunch. What should I do?Oh and by the way.I checked before running them and all 3 had different brushes in them.WTF!
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Have you tried contacting them? you could always send it back... i have a couple of these monster teardowns and haven't found a bad one in the bunch yet. Also, have tried their modified and 19T arcor motors, all of them exceptionally good!
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Old 12-11-2003, 11:52 AM   #57
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I received 2 Monsters from Paradigm last week. Both motors ran very very strong. I'm getting ready to order some more.

I have tried several vendors for "stock" motors and the Paradigm's are by far the fastest that I have gotten.


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I received 2 Monsters from Paradigm last week. Both motors ran very very strong. I'm getting ready to order some more.

I have tried several vendors for "stock" motors and the Paradigm's are by far the fastest that I have gotten.


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that's good to hear... a couple of monsters from paradigm have been running in our track and all of the are extremely good, all of the racers are very happy with them.
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Hey guys....Just bought 3 Monsters from Paradigm and am quite unhappy with the performance.These motors were for my 12th scale and Touring car and until I cut them myself and rebrushed them with Non Paraqdigm brushes,these motor were slugs.All 3!I put in 767 and called it a day.Bad thing is my oldest monster was still faster and had more torque then these brand new stocks.Maybe it was a fluke but hopefully its not a quality control issue.I plunked down 120.00 and expected at least one good motor out of the bunch. What should I do?Oh and by the way.I checked before running them and all 3 had different brushes in them.WTF!
Hey John, try charging your pack all the way. Just kidding. Seeya next Wed.
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For real!Actually I figured out what the problem was. Paradigm motors are good.
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