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Old 06-19-2004, 11:52 PM   #16
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Better to call Tod putnam sometimes.

Contact Judy at Banzai.I have had very good results with there motors.They will probably work with you.
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Old 06-20-2004, 12:06 AM   #17
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Contact Judy at Banzai.I have had very good results with there motors.They will probably work with you.
This is comming from a guy who TQ'ed and won 19t today....

Gotta give you your 1000th post in Hack-Kat style

BTW: I don't think Ej does stocks...But if you want fast 19t's or mods give him a call

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Old 06-20-2004, 12:10 AM   #18
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I suppose people use the milestone post counts for special purposes. Not I!

Heres a Thousand!

BTW,Redline is working on doing stock motors.But Banzai has some fast stuff! No gimmicks.
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Thanks for listing some of the tuners out there

Q)how does the putnam stocks say(monster) compare with banzai,axiom,redline ?

Don`t really need to know what is the best stock cause there`s no such thing

The only other thing is;;;;; Is it only putnam motors use putnam brushes or is there another tuner that use them also.

The problem is i am not to keen on the reedy 767 brushes that a few tuners use, cause (i could be wrong) i find the putnam brushes better in stock.Q)do you think i`m worrying to much about brushes
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The problem is i am not to keen on the reedy 767 brushes that a few tuners use
I agree with you. While I do gain some noticeable torque, the noticable top end I loose is not worth it
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anybody got a link to Banzai motors
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http://www.banzaimotors.com/
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