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Old 06-03-2004, 12:42 PM   #91
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Joe- So you recommend this for most applications or is this a sedan mod only?

So I understand this correctly the cut is more of taking away material/reducing the diameter of the brush at the bottom half of the brush? You want to keep the more narrow part round correct? A pic would rock!

Cant wait to get the skinny on this...my Peak mod is already fast!

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Old 06-03-2004, 12:45 PM   #92
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Also will there be a running change to the V2 line that will have the smaller tubes/brushes?

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Old 06-03-2004, 12:46 PM   #93
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heya Joe... did you happen to get Sean's stuff out? He's leaving for ABQ on Tuesday night.... thanks!!
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Jeff - you have a PM.
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Jeff-You are correct with the brush info and we are coming out with brushes that will start with the large diameter and end up with the smaller diameter very soon.

Dawn-Yes, Sean's order went out today. It will be there Monday!
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Old 06-03-2004, 03:04 PM   #96
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joe i have and older peak aurora motorbased on the top design, its a 10 dle and also have 11 dble .
the track is free flowing track which is 140 x 70 and most of the track is 1/2 to 3/4 throttle I am trying to find a base gearing to start of with I've running around 7.50 final drive. i dont do to much mod racing but my sponser is making me. I run for warpseed and its been a while since i ran mod. thanks for the help.
By the way I am waiting for my v2 motors he is going to supply me .
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Old 06-03-2004, 03:14 PM   #97
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Every track is a little difference for final drive ratio's. This past weekend at Tamiya for the Reedy Touring Car Race we ran a 9.15 ratio.
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That would be with a 7 turn? If it was a ROAR 10 turn limit race what gearing would you guys have ran?

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Im not too sure, we never tested anything close to a 10 turn.
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Hello Joe

I have use the small brushes for Somme time no, in 1/12

I wonder about drilling a hole in the brush, what do you think

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cutting brushes in 1/12 have be use for a long time to make more run time, and it can be used in Touring to

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Drilling a hole in the brush should work also.
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Does anyone know what motor/brushes/springs/timing the top REEDY guys used in the recent REEDY race?
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thanks Joe... he's not the anxious one, I am.. LOL I can't wait to get out there - its gonna be a great event!
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joe the motor I am tring to gear is a 10 single based on one of you topp motors relabled by peak with an aurora stcker.
please find out what a good start point is on a free flowing track with 140 foot straightaway.
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Its just to hard to say without being there. The best thing to do when you arent sure on gearing is to ask a local fast guy at the track. This will save you time on guessing the correct gearing.
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