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Old 07-26-2004, 10:34 PM   #1
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are they going to make a revolution stock anytime soon?

would it be a stock even with 27t
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Old 07-27-2004, 12:17 AM   #2
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I've heard rumors that Orion/Peak is working on it, but I don't think it will happen right away. And yes, if it's stock it will have to be 27 turn.
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I think he wants to know if the revolution design would allow it to be allowed in stock racing.
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Old 07-27-2004, 12:49 AM   #4
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Oh, I see. Good question. I've wondered that myself. Seems like the aluminum endbell would raise the price too much. Doesn't ROAR put a cap on the retail price of a stock motor?
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$40 I think.
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It would be good if they also do 23T for we the Asian.

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this is definately a good idea
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They are making a budget V2 endbell (no aluminium) so price won't be an issue.
Can't say how good the V2 style brushes will work in stock though.
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Can't say how good the V2 style brushes will work in stock though.
Just curious, what makes you think they won't work as well?
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Seems like a waste for a stock. You also have to pop out the bearings, and put in bushings.
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It would be good if they also do 23T for we the Asian.

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Lot of debate about that Motor for stock 23T here in Japan... I would think most of the tuning tricks would go out the window.. but .... who knows
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Just curious, what makes you think they won't work as well?
Basic motor design, think about this:

Why do all stock motors and most fast 19T motors use laydown brushes instead of standup.
This will give you the answer why I may not work as well.
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Seems like a waste for a stock. You also have to pop out the bearings, and put in bushings.
if they are building it for stock racing specifically there will be bushings in there to start with - duh
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Seems like a waste for a stock. You also have to pop out the bearings, and put in bushings.
Peak has just relased a "V2 Endbell Adaptation Kit" for stock motors w/Bushings and all.... check it out: http://www.peakmotors.com/menu/news/ca40/newsid/6

Really cool colour too!!!!!

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cool!!
but it would be considered a hybrid and therefore illegal for racing, right?
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