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Old 03-08-2010, 12:51 AM   #1
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Default Trinity stock spec motor17.5/10.5 Duo2 vs Nemesis

Just want some info in regards to trinity's two types of stock spec motors the duo2 and nemesis. which one is the better motor?
I apologise if there is a thread already about this trinity motors.

any info will be appreciated as to which is a better one to use.
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i liked the Nemesis motors but if not geared right and timing adjusted to suit your application and layout, they fade after a bit. I have no experience with Duo2s but ive heard they are great.
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i liked the Nemesis motors but if not geared right and timing adjusted to suit your application and layout, they fade after a bit. I have no experience with Duo2s but ive heard they are great.
Hello,

I have found these motors to be super fast, but they take a little understanding to find the power band. I have also had really good luck using the tuning rotors based on the applicaiton.

Last week in my 17.5 touring car, I was able to drop an additional tooth from what I had been running while upgrading to the high TQ rotor and then run 18 degrees timing on my MMP speedo.

The comibnation was crazy fast... It pulled super hard of the corner and revd to the moon down the straight. Very happy with performance!

I am running the timing on the actual motor down to only about 5 degrees

Hope this helps...
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