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Old 10-08-2010, 05:20 AM   #1
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Default Which 13.5 for tc

Coming back to touring cars after a break,our local club runs 13.5 with lipo,getting an xray t3 2011 spec but going to be using a nosram istc matrix evo spec to start with,running 5000 50c lipos,but what is the state of play with the motors,used to run the trinity p2k2 pro i think the brownish looking one,i like to have torque so which motor then?
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Old 10-08-2010, 05:33 AM   #2
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A guy at my track runs the same speedo, and he is using a LRP X12 17.5T - that thing is a rocket down the straight, and it got plenty of rip in the infield. He is using timing-setting 4.

I personally run the Speed Passion V3 motors, which work really good for me - low temps with my Tekin RS Pro, and plenty of speed for me.
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