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Old 05-11-2004, 12:15 PM   #16
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Schumacher USA no longer distributes CS Products.
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Old 05-11-2004, 12:22 PM   #17
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R10 sells them also under the Powers brand. Just look for Powermax. I bought these brushes one time from R10 when CS was out of stock. But currently price for these are very high. Just saw 1800 JEN for one pair.

Regarding laydown. Using a brush serrator you could convert them to laydown.
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Old 05-11-2004, 12:27 PM   #18
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Doesn't cs-electronic.com ship to US? If not....how/where do we get the brushes in the US???

If so, How much is shipping & how long does it take

I need some of these brushes man....I can't afford brushes every 3 runs (why my D5 is on a shelf)

(sorry, i'm @ school, easier to ask than it is to look ATM)
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yeah, I just thought, the actual change rates are not really helping any EU company to sell stuff in the US (however, if you look at the prices of the Q2 at speed tech, it's way cheaper than what we get it for in europe ).

But think, how many runs you get out of your actual brushes ? About 2, for about $4.5 a pair, and with a low turn mod / foam tires, I reckon the lifetime of the CS will be lower, let's say 25 runs, so even if they're more expensive, they're definately worth it

To make those brushes work the best, I usually use very strong springs and higher timing than with usual brushes.
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Old 05-11-2004, 04:31 PM   #20
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Just go to the CS website and order some....I did and I got them in about 10 days...

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Old 05-11-2004, 04:36 PM   #21
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Hi Eddieo
CS brushes Did you like them? Tell me more about them. How much are they
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Old 05-11-2004, 06:25 PM   #22
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They were like $12 a pair or something crazy....

I never ran them, but Donny has and says the power is down just a TAD, but they lasted a long time.......and coming from Donny "I burn up motors 24/7" Schaff, its gotta be good!

I have my brush engineers looking at a similar compound design with a more realistic price.....might be a few months though.

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I have been running these brushes with a 8 and 9 double. I have 30 runs so far and there are no discolourment or much wear at all.
i am confident I will get 50 runs out of them.

With regards to comm wear, I do cut the com every run but only lightly indeed and I am sure you could get 2 runs easily. I notice no difference in power or torque but I have noticed that the motor is fast till the very end unlike the standard KR brushes.

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Old 05-12-2004, 01:21 AM   #24
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Oasis2001:
Can you provide me your hobby shop address/Tel no. in Melbourne and how much is per pair of CS 605 brush (AUS$)?? I wish to buy a few pairs from you.

Thanks mate.
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No Worries

http://www.metrohobby.com.au

We have loads in stock and are $23.50 a pair
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Dude, I can buy dope for that kinda change

Unfortunetly when my I told good ol' dad about those brushes he said "thats expensive" his way of saying no....

He'd rather let me run on worn brushes/pay $3.50 for his than do the smart thing.....hes cheap, yet stupid with his money

I'd get him a money management book, but those cost $15...i'm lucky If I get $1.50
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That's $23.50 in Australian Dollars.
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Do they have brushes for V2 motors? On the link provided are only "normal" brushes!

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Nobody makes V2 brushes except Peak/Orion that I am aware of....

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