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Old 03-20-2004, 11:21 AM   #1
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What in everyones opinion is there favorite 19 turn motor, make wise, and why?
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I am loving the Reedy 19 Quad Mag. Great Power, Runs very cool, all around excellent motor. Probably the fastest out there. If you get this, make sure that you gear up about 2 teeth ( 48 pitch ) over what you would with a normal 19 turn motor. You probably can go up alot more.
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I am loving the Reedy 19 Quad Mag. Great Power, Runs very cool, all around excellent motor. Probably the fastest out there. If you get this, make sure that you gear up about 2 teeth ( 48 pitch ) over what you would with a normal 19 turn motor. You probably can go up alot more.
the 19t chrome can,still runs faster and efficient.
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I run chameleon 2 19 turns, I like them a lot. I gear them as I would a stock motor, and it barely gets to what I would consider too hot. What is everyone running as a hot brush/spring setup?
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try also using the TEAM PARADIGM 19t motors... seriously strong!!!
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I have a fantom machine wound 19 turn spec that i haven't run yet. How are those motors?
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The Fantom tuned Epic 19 turn motors seem to have a lot of torque but not as much top end.

Personally I like the new Reedy motor and I've been running one of the Epic Snowbird handouts and it's ballistic!
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I am sponsored by banzai their 19t is hand wound in a d5 can much like epic power and torque are awesome on a robitronics dyno my c2 was 172watt power torque 192 rpm 34,000 my d5 power is 185 watt power torque 233 rpm 36000 these motors rock www.banzaimotors.com
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whats a good starting point to gear a 19 turn,say on a fairly open flowing track?
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whats a good starting point to gear a 19 turn,say on a fairly open flowing track?
hi. in our local track my gear ratio for my 19t motor is 6.2 regardless if your motor is more torque you can go from 5.88 to 6.0

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for me i've used a 19t outlaw pro coz it has lots to offer from torque(128.4Nmm) and rpm(22,[email protected]) regardless on how you gear it.


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