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Old 10-11-2004, 04:03 AM
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I have a motor with a epic27H arm and a purple end bell. Can anyone tell me what kind of stock motor this is? I got it with a car and the motor was said to be a handout from the Snowbirds. If it is possible I would like to buy a few more. If anyone has any knowage of these or what might be please let me know.

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Old 10-11-2004, 04:07 AM
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It's a handout motor based on the trinity Paradox stock motor, the paradox was the first rebuildable stock motor on the market.
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Old 10-11-2004, 04:18 AM
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yep the one you have must be a different version of the paradox[like matt howard said] cos the original has a blue endbell
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Yes, the special handout motors trinity sold had purple endbells and the epic27H on the tag on the armature
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Best motor I have ran... I was 3 tenths faster then the 8 other cars in my class. Are these still on the market to buy anywhere? I would love to have another one.

Thanks for you help guys
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Its the monster bird made for snowbirds.....its a monster based motor....if memory serves correct, they were epoxy balanced to prevent excessive drill balancing by cheaters.

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Binary arm in a chrome monster can with a UV tag.

This motor has tons of rpm and runs great in my 1/12th scale. A local tuner here in the detroit area has been working on these for a few months now.

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