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Old 12-05-2009, 02:28 PM
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Im gonna try to run some brushed motors and see if I like them.

will reedy 767 brushes work on the trinity 27t motors (Co27 and monster stock)

should I get green and purple springs.

What brushes are best to run?
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Old 12-05-2009, 04:27 PM
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if you can find some f brushes would be good
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i would run f-brushes with a purple + spring and a red - spring.
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I seemed to get better results for on-road racing with a red (+) and green(-) spring with a set of F brushes worked real well.Good torque and rpm balance.
767 brush should be a good alternative.
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Is this for touring car or 1/12 scale. Each need to be set up differently to get the most of it.
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these are for a 1/10 touring car. Thanks for all the help guys. Just wondering - what are F brushes. Is that a type of brush or a brand of brush - are they made by trinity?
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Originally Posted by wstuart View Post
these are for a 1/10 touring car. Thanks for all the help guys. Just wondering - what are F brushes. Is that a type of brush or a brand of brush - are they made by trinity?
The F brush is made by Finish Line Racing Products. They come in both Laydown and Standup. I've purchased quite a few for very cheap on ebay, but don't see them on there right now...

http://www.lefthander-rc.com/catalog...roducts_id=121
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would 4499 brushes work?
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i think thats what came in the pro
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does anyone know what these tools do

they came with my lathe but i dont know how to use them


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also

What is the thinnest diameter i can cut a comm too.

I remember hearing about some optimum diameter that you reach after a few cuts but that you dont want to go any thinner than that
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If you cant find those "F" ones then just get a full silver compound brush. Wears faster but more power. You could also try some cavavity or H cuts with some comm drops for a added punch. Check for brush hazing here and there. Keep them clean. Trinity makes some comm sticks to help with cleaning. Make sure you lube the motor bushings too.
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