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Old 11-06-2010, 11:18 AM   #46
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I would keep watching A main or Stormers website! If you want to spend more money Putnam has some I think.
Ok thanks, is the site Putnam.com?
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Nexusracing.com has the D3 in stock!
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Old 11-06-2010, 11:25 AM   #48
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Thanks, I'm on it...
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Old 11-06-2010, 11:29 AM   #49
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Thanks again DJG24 I just ordered one...... you are the man
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Old 11-06-2010, 04:37 PM   #50
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Hello
I have some doubts.

which is the diameter of the rotors that come on the Duo 3 ??
(12.3mm,12.5mm )

The rotors of the Duo 2 are compatible with the Duo 3 ??

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Old 11-06-2010, 11:21 PM   #51
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http://www.teamepiconline.com/shop/p...+SPEC&h=Motors

You can purchase D3s direclty from epics website, They have new shipment coming in some time this week, get the while you can.

I have had really good luck with Duo3, run cooler and have more bottom end than Duo2s.
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Will I be able to buy one direct from them or is there a certain hobby store or website I have to got too?
I'm the Northeast distributor for Full Throttle Motorsports and I'll have them in Stock on Thursday this week. PM me for more info if you're interested.
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http://www.teamepiconline.com/shop/p...+SPEC&h=Motors

You can purchase D3s direclty from epics website, They have new shipment coming in some time this week, get the while you can.

I have had really good luck with Duo3, run cooler and have more bottom end than Duo2s.
Yess. They run great with The tekin Escs, TONS Of bottommm. Still trying to figure out gearing. Awesome Motor... Hands down the best ive had so far.
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Great motor! Ran it in stock 1/12th scale today had lot of low end and pulled hard down the straight. Came off the track after 8 min. at 135 degrees.
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Great motor! Ran it in stock 1/12th scale today had lot of low end and pulled hard down the straight. Came off the track after 8 min. at 135 degrees.
Were you running in a "no timing speedo" 17.5 class? If so what was your spur and rollout combo?
I tried a 72 spur and it seemed a little short on the punch. I'm going to try a 76 spur next in our "no timing speedo" 17.5 class.
I did run my fastest laps today with the new Duo 3. Just got to figure out the sweet spot on this motor.
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Were you running in a "no timing speedo" 17.5 class? If so what was your spur and rollout combo?
I tried a 72 spur and it seemed a little short on the punch. I'm going to try a 76 spur next in our "no timing speedo" 17.5 class.
I did run my fastest laps today with the new Duo 3. Just got to figure out the sweet spot on this motor.
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Hello
I have some doubts.

which is the diameter of the rotors that come on the Duo 3 ??
(12.3mm,12.5mm )

The rotors of the Duo 2 are compatible with the Duo 3 ??

Thanks in advance.
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Hello

Anyone know the answers, I sent an email to the epic but got no response.

Thanks.
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The rotor size is 12.3mm for the spec motors. I am not sure if the D3 rotors are backwards compatible with D2 rotors, however.
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The rotor size is 12.3mm for the spec motors. I am not sure if the D3 rotors are backwards compatible with D2 rotors, however.
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