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Old 10-17-2003, 02:30 AM
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anybody have any experience with the team paradigm motors?

I'm currently running them now, their version of the monster stock, Ti can based 19T and Core based 9x2.

how do they compare with other motor tuners?

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Old 10-17-2003, 02:40 AM
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i got one of their revenge of the monster version and i still havent used it in a race to see its full potential. i guess i still have to experiment on its gearing. i'll keep you posted.
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highwayman: i'll do a little jedi mind trick here .... you will lend me your team paradigm motors tommorow so i can give comments in this thread.

... now i'll have to wait til tomorrow to find out if the force is strong in me. HAHAHA!
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Old 10-17-2003, 02:52 AM
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... unfortunately bro, im using the stock and 19T tom... burned my banzai tuned GM3, and my banzai 19T last team race...

... if you want, we still have a monster stock based 27T in CS... pay when able...
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I have two team paradigm stock motors. They're good motors, I'm not very happy with their customer support though at the current time.
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John, Brandon was injured building his track and was off for over a week. This may be part of the customer response issue yo uare experiencing.
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I'm sorry to hear that, but business has to still go on. Things were not delivered to me as promissed.
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Hi Guys

That may be why i am having the same problem i am having trouble also getting a response off them. Hopefully he will be ok soon.

I currently have a monster stock from Paradigm and i believe it is a great motor. It seems to have a little higher revs than the standard monster.


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From I remember the stocks would NOT be legal per ROAR rules..
If your tracks follows ROAR rules...

"Re-Balanced Armatures"
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How can ROAR inspect for that?
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I've got a Paradigm Monster Stock.

Historically, I've prefered the P2K2's over Monster Stocks. Every Monster I've ever had has felt really soft. The Paradigm Monster outperforms every other monster I've ever tried, including my Team Birdman Monster Stock (which, up until I got the Paradigm, was the best Monster I've ever had).

I still prefer my self-tuned P2K2's over the Monsters, but I'm hoping that my Paradigm Monster will be competitive at the Novak Race in January.

As for the customer service issues, I can sympathize, John. I emailed a question to them about a week and a half ago, and haven't received a response.

Sorry to hear he was injured, though. Hope he gets to feeling better.

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im sorry to hear that... i hope brandon wasn't seriously injured.

anyway... do you guys gear the paradigm monster the same as trinity's monster?
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Yes, I gear it the same way.
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Hey, LosiRob!!!!!

You just need a NEW Birdman GOOSE. Or some new Birdman Brushes. They are proprietary.
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I've only got about 4 or 5 runs on my Birdman Goose now. And, I've got a replacement set of brushes. The Paradigm's still faster.

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