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Old 12-05-2003, 02:55 PM   #46
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how about 4 magnets? that's also not ROAR legal for STOCK motor?

I thought the new Reedy stocker was going to be 4 magnets till ROAR said no, and sent them back to the drawing board?
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The monster based motors will become the new handout according to their webpage. I don't think we will see the binary 2 motor be used all of the time.
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Old 12-05-2003, 03:46 PM   #48
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Can someone explain how you can get the Fantom Dyno info into Golden's DynoViewer? I see they have a couple of paste options but can't seem to get it to work.
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Ah, forgot about the magnets. I think the 4 magnets and the balancing is pretty much the only difference between a monster... but I am probably wrong, knowing my track record.

Also, I was under the impression that the handout at the Snowbirds would be the new Monster Handout, and NOT the Binary.
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When Reedy went to ROAR with the quad magnet mod motors, ROAR added the two magnet rule to the stock motors. That's what I've read anyway.
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When Reedy went to ROAR with the quad magnet mod motors, ROAR added the two magnet rule to the stock motors. That's what I've read anyway.
I personally don't see anything wrong with moving the Stock technology forward. I'm sure each and every motor maker has their quad mag motors whether in production or on the drawing boards. I'm sure ROAR will review this closely and hopefully approve this. The monster is a good motor but nothing wrong with further advancing into the next generation of Stockers.

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What were you guys cutting your coms at at the champs on these motors??

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I was impressed with the power output of the new Binary2 stock motors over the MS but slightly. The Binary did have a power output advantage over the MS and the RPM's were way up there.
This according to the trusty Robitronics Dyno.
We did numerous passes on the dyno with both MS and the Binary motors at Cleveland using the same brush/spring combo's and then mixing and matching them up. We even hit the track with monsters to see if there was an on track difference.
The binary put us between 2 to 3 tenths of a second faster per lap. Mind you this is in 12th scale. Over an 8 minute qualifier or race, this can be pretty significant.

Just my $.02
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What were you guys cutting your coms at at the champs on these motors??

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I was cutting the comm down to .285" to start with.
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Well, I got one of the standard Binary's today, did my normal tuning to it (cut, shim, brushes, springs), and man does this motor sing! Shuts my Turbo off real quick, and 3000 more RPM then my best monster...And I've been accused of running brushless when I run that motor. I can't wait to track test this thing, as our track is allowing them.
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Our club passed the use of the binary 2 to be used. And we all follow R.O.A.R. rules!
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I tried it, and I think it is fast.
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Old 12-09-2003, 04:45 PM   #59
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speedy... what was you setup in 12th on these motors then... springs brushes and brush cut? b/c everything I've tried hasn't helped. Either mine are junk or something because my Monsters are faster. I don't want to write these motors off just yet, but any help would be appreciated... also what rollout?

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Haven't run one in that car yet.
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