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Old 08-03-2004, 10:29 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if there is there a Reedy/Trinity brush that is equivilant to the Orion sprint brush????

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For Reedy its the 737 stand up or 767 lay down. For Trinity its the 4383 Stand up.

That said you cant run any of those in a Reedy or Trinity motor. By design the V2 can get away with very aggressive brush compounds. Conventional motors burn up the comm and loose power at about the 2 minute mark with those brushes.

You need Reedy 729 Quasar stand up or 766 Actron lay down brushes. They are made from a compound that help keeps the motors going for a full 5 minutes.
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Would the 729 quazar be a good brush in a stand up stock motor?
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I would say so, but you could also try reserrating a 767 to standup. Might work pretty darn good too.

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A 737 is a standup 767...same compound.
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Team Orion's Sprint compound is available in stand-up and laydown versions in addition to the cylindrical V2 version.
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Thanks for the responses. I was looking to put these in a Core stock. I actually will be using it in offroad but asked here because I know you all have a great knowledge of motors.

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