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Old 07-15-2004, 06:49 AM   #1
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As above, i tried to search for anyone else's opinions on this but the search function wouldnt let me use PT as a criteria as it is under 3 characters long How does this compare to the KR and the new Revolutions, is it the motor that is mainly used now by the team drivers or are they still using the Ti?
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As far as I know in recent Euros people were using either KR or Ti

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the PT is mainly being used as a 12th scale motor. The sedans are using the KR and the Ti.
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The PT is strickly designed for 1/12th scale and I cant say that enough.I have seen the WHOLE motor last 2 weekends in offroad or Sedan.It's made for lighter less spring applications.
Short tight tracks in Sedan-KR
Bigger faster,higher RPM track-TI
Rev motor's are nice as well due to maintance.
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