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Old 05-28-2004, 01:14 PM   #61
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can i get a ballpark gearing suggestion for an 11t. i don't run mod so i don't have a clue. i usually run stock & 19T. i've got a TC3 with 69spur. i normally run 29 or 30 roll-out for 19T.
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Old 05-28-2004, 01:16 PM   #62
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I don't think that the "E" designation means P-94. There are trinity laydown "E" brushes. I don't really know what it means though.
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Old 05-28-2004, 03:07 PM   #63
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I looked on trinity's website and the E in the part numbers stood for p94 size. I think your thinking of the "E" brush whic is a name for the trinity 4499 stock motor brushes. I still never understood the reaosn why they call it the "E" brush. Maybe for Extra fast or extra silver lol.

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Yea I run at mimi's on weds. Yea TO has some horses for sure and he looks good driving the car alittle more time and he'll be rocking

Yea I remember talking to ya this past weds Hey are you going to start running 12th to.Hope so more people more fun.
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I don't think that the "E" designation means P-94. There are trinity laydown "E" brushes. I don't really know what it means though.
e is for eyelets.
there the ones you screw in and not solder!
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Old 05-29-2004, 07:15 PM   #66
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serpentracer1 - Nahh I'm sticking with Tc for the moment, I'm just going to work on chassis and motor setup for the winter months.
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e is for eyelets.
there the ones you screw in and not solder!
But I thought you can buy 4499NT for No terminals So you can solder them on. Arn't Those called "E" Brushes still?
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Old 05-29-2004, 08:37 PM   #68
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An "e" brush has to do with the compound of it, the terminal is determind by the nt in the part number, this denotes no terminal, a 4499 has terminals, a 4499nt has none. Both eare the same coumpound brush.
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Fatdoggy thats cool.Some guys want me to run touring to but im concentrating on 12 so I know what ya mean
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Old 06-01-2004, 06:49 AM   #70
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Hi all, I am kind of new to the mod seen what I want to know is what is the best brush to use with my mods or what is most racer's using.
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well Doc .. we need to know what your runningto be ale to tell you what brush to use ... currently I have D6's and KR's ... my KR's all get 767 reedy brushes ... and my D6's get 4383 for 11 turn and above unless really hot out and 4380's for 10 turn and lower and any ambient temp over 80* or track temp over 130* .... yesterday if I would have had time my 12x2 that I was running would have been switched to 4380's cause the track temp was right about 125* and warming up the motor a bit more than I would have liked ... but a problem with the racing location sped up the last round and cancelled the mains ... such is parking lot life tho ..

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Old 06-01-2004, 08:26 AM   #72
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Roddude65, thank for the fast reply, I am running the Kr now
but I am thinking of getting a standup mod motor the TI or Pt
might get D5 or D6, but I am not shore yet because I like the Kr
and I have quite a few 767 for the Kr which I bought in bulk,
but I heard the D5 have tons of rip so I am leaning to the D5,
the two mod motor's I have is Kr 12d and 10d I am not thinking
of going any lower than the 10d but I want to try a standup motor
what brush would you suggest for the D5 or D6.
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Old 06-01-2004, 09:13 AM   #73
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Sushi is right......

Trinity p94 brushes all have an E in the part number

The regular 4380 is TR-4380NT
The p94 4380 is TR-4380ENT

All of the trinity p94 brushes are like that. A P denotes single or double shunts....NT is No Terminal (aka eyelet).

The 4499 was just named the E brush for some reason....no clue why.

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If you are looking at getting a new mod I would highly recomend the Peak/Orion Revelution Based mods. I have been running them since they came out and really think they deliver the best of both worlds. They are fast. I have yet to feel "out motored" by any other brand. We run a 10 turn limit at our local on road track in mod sedan. Also the maintence is wonderful. I leave my lathe at home. I cut it during the week and put it in the car and leave it on race day. I practice and race without taking it out. That puts some enjoyment back into mod racing...I am there to race cars not to enjoy cutting arms...lol

Cant go wrong with any of the new crop of mods. But cost effectiveness and ease goes to the Peak/Orion mods...plus they just went 1,2,3,4 at the Reedy race...so I guess they are fast too!

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Hay Jeff, thanks for the tip on the v2, but I have a few question
I notice that they have two type one reg the other touring what
is the difference? and what spring would you use for touring? I think I like the idea of not cutting the com that much, what about a 8 single compair to a 12s when it come's to maintenance.
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