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Old 09-03-2001, 07:03 PM   #1
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Hello all,
I would like to know what brushes you use with your MVP motor. I was thinking reedy 729 or 767?? What do you think?
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Old 09-03-2001, 07:16 PM   #2
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kenny- Try the High torque and high speed brushes from Integy!!! They work great!!! I have been using one High speed on the pos and high torque on the neg!!! Fast!!! You can get them at www.speedtechrc.com
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i like the team 1 4140, with a vertical slot...it is the equivelent of a 767.....i am not familiar with the 729 though...
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i like the team 1 4140, with a vertical slot...it is the equivelent of a 767.....i am not familiar with the 729 though...
According to some info the 729 (Reedy Quasar) is the standup version of the 767 (laydown type). For a MVP I use with good results, the 767 or the 769 from Reedy brushes.
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Old 09-04-2001, 04:41 PM   #5
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OK guys, thank you.
Im gonna go with the reedy 767 because thats what the LHS has available.
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I've tried 767s and 729s in the MVP I have, and I've had more consistent results with the 729s. That's the Actron brush the motor comes with. I've had to skim the comm about every two to three runs for max HP, but the brushes have been lasting a long time, and nobody's out-motoring me on the track.
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