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Old 05-05-2004, 04:22 PM   #1
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Im going to be using one of these type of motors soon and no one i know uses one so im a little stuck on tuning them, has anyone found a good brush/spring combo for these type motors? as im told it comes with shocking brushes from packet.

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i run the dynasty and the stock brushes are good but they make a sprint brush that get better power. Start with the pro tuned motor. Reedy 767 work i've heard but i use peaks brushes. I use the springs that come with the pro tuned motors. Good luck with the motors i realy like them.
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I use a trinity 4499nt and orion red springs on the one i had, seemed pretty good to me.
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Trinity #4499 work well along with Trinity Purple springs on both sides.

Be aware that at least for the 'Element', there are laydown AND stand-up brush versions.

I have personally only tried the laydown brush version. Very torquey, you can expect to Gear up 3-4 pinion teeth over a Monster Stock.
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ill be using the stand-up brush version, i cant inagine that trimming the trailing edge would work on stand-ups, would it?
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we have used the laydown version, really torquey motor, lots of power. You should be quite happy with it.
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If possible, run the laydown version. I'm not aware of a stand-up brush version though. Orion red springs and sprint brushes work really well, I'm sure you will be happy!
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