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Tuned Brushless or Regular whats the difference but price.

Old 11-11-2010, 01:53 PM
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Originally Posted by dfiantii View Post
Now play nice you two...
I am being nice... just defending my honor...LOL. Nothing nasty was said, and nothing nasty will be said.
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Old 11-12-2010, 04:05 PM
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I am being nice... just defending my honor...LOL. Nothing nasty was said, and nothing nasty will be said.
I never mentioned you.
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Old 11-12-2010, 05:51 PM
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I think there is room for tuning brushless motors.

No need to put down tuners just to promote your products.

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Originally Posted by NovakTwo View Post
I never mentioned you.
You didn't have to.....you basically grouped every tuner or importing company together in one lump with your comment.....

And I would be careful on some of your claims.....Novak hasn't been an Angel in this whole brushless revolution.

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Hmm...
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Originally Posted by dfiantii View Post
Now play nice you two...

Don't stop them now, I want to see 'em box.
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The Duo 1 motors I still run in TC 17.5 and WGT 13.5 are those that came from tuner Eric Anderson (EA) two years ago.
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EA always has and always will be a respected name in RC when it comes to making power with electric motors, brushed or brushless.

I respect the work of guys like EA, Tag, Dieter......

I have never known or dealt with the man behind BOSS, but he has a strong following of racers also.

Instead of bashing my competition, I embrace them. This is America. Competition is necessary to keep manufacturers honest, keep them building QUALITY products.

Many thousands of racers in the world.... plenty to go around.

If all things go well, I'd like to be rememberred alongside names like Dieter, McCurdy, Greenmeyer, Reedy.

Those were the great motor builders of Yesterday....well Dieter is still at it!

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EA's motors hold up. I still have a duo1 that out Dynos the DUO2s and 3s. It stays in the box for bigger races, and the fact that I can't drive it


And I am not bashing anyone else's stuff. It is just my experience in the short time I have been in the hobby.
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Originally Posted by The MurfDogg View Post
EA always has and always will be a respected name in RC when it comes to making power with electric motors, brushed or brushless.

I respect the work of guys like EA, Tag, Dieter......

I have never known or dealt with the man behind BOSS, but he has a strong following of racers also.

Instead of bashing my competition, I embrace them. This is America. Competition is necessary to keep manufacturers honest, keep them building QUALITY products.

Many thousands of racers in the world.... plenty to go around.

If all things go well, I'd like to be rememberred alongside names like Dieter, McCurdy, Greenmeyer, Reedy.

Those were the great motor builders of Yesterday....well Dieter is still at it!

Matt
I was going to order another ballistic but said what the hell and just ordered a murfdogg 10.5....Cant wait to see how it performs
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