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Old 04-20-2004, 09:40 AM   #16
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Steve you are right reedy motor don't look right in the LOSI
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Old 04-20-2004, 05:51 PM   #17
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Yeah, it was just an idea. You can always just change the sticker, make it a funky motor hahahaha.

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Funky yeah That is The Hot Funky Motor
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After looking through some threads and getting associated's run around on the question, I believe the Reedy Quad mag is not legal for the current 19 turn class if you run under ROAR rules.

If you track requires ROAR approved motors, you probably should go with the Peak Dynasty / Orion Element. Really great motor.
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i recently bought the old style "reedy SPEC" motor. it is the same can as the old rage stock motor, i am very impressed with it, compared to the quad magnet that only seems to work on big tracks with fast corners. I think i may have got a one off good motor but it whoops all the other spec motors at my club in the spec class
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I may have to look into one of those to see how they run. Anyone compare that motor to say the chameleon 2, and Peak Dynasty / orion element?
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