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Old 11-11-2003, 11:06 AM   #1
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I would like to know which motor you think is best suited for indoor racing on thight carpet tracks with foams. I used the GM 12*2 evo4 with orion brushes last weekend, it was very good Someone has some better tips?

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If your running mod, whatever you can handle really, theres a cut off though, when the motor has to spin up to gain speed and your slamming on anchors for the next corner, someone who can keep the speed flowing will be faster then.
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that was not my question....
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Well, it was an answer, you could start by telling us the size of the track, and when your car is slow at the moment.
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It`s not that my car is slow at all, but I would like to know what other people around the world was using, and what they think is good on small thight carpet tracks with foam tires. All of us is still seeking more speed the mather how fast your car is...
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Fair enough, i race stock with a trinity rev monster, geared at 28/72 in my tc3 with jaco blue foams on.
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8 or 9 turn single and doubles, almost everywhere.
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