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Old 10-21-2004, 05:40 AM   #31
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yeah the ss 5800 rocks, sooo much torque.

just got a 8x1 revolution to put in my pro 4, ill keep ya posted, but this baby should rock!
gonna see if i can get it up towards the speed of my nitro mtx 3, i reckon it should nt be far away, what do you guys think?
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Old 10-21-2004, 07:16 AM   #32
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My favourite motor for stock was the quad mag (but that broke as a staple got in and stopped it turning ) but now it's the monster.

My favourite for mod is orion core 12x1 as it's the only one i've really tried (haven't tried the reedy pt yet )

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Old 10-21-2004, 07:18 AM   #33
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Old 10-21-2004, 07:26 AM   #34
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Orion Revolution 10 x1 in my Yoko mr-4tc
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I run the Paradigm series Monters and P2K motors for stock class I run my own creation for Mod class I use a freshly zapped Fantom can/ a Integy 12X6 armiture/ Orion V2 Endbell / Sprint Brushes/ Medium springs.
and I run Reedy 19T Quad Mag spec for 19T class.

These seem to give me th ebest results.
I realy recommend the Paradigm series, they support there stuff and if you need a motor tune up all you have to do is send your motor in + $2.00 for shipping and they will do their magic for nothing. Or if you are at a big race they will do it there for Nothing.
I can't wait to see what they do with the V2's I will be running one of them for sure.

That is what I love about Opinions....they always are mine and no one elses. So I can never be wrong....hehehehe

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Old 10-21-2004, 09:40 AM   #36
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mine has to be the david spashet 8*1 v2.
or the surikarn 7*1 v2.
stock monster,and super stock peak dynasty v2
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most favorite stock motor is a Fantom binary tuned by Mark A @ Fastrack in Citrus Heights. Best $10 I've ever spent

Next is a Birdman Binary I tuned.(marks is still a car lenth faster)

I don't run mod enough to have a Mod choice.
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It is a brushless motor from Germany. I run it with a Schulze U Force 75 ESC which does brushed and brushless motors. The motor is good for 4700rpm per volt.
Very good, now I have heard of it. Does it have the same Thermal Protection like the Novak Brushless? I had the Novak and dumped it because it gets too hot too quick and I went all over the gear chart trying to correct it with not much luck.
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Hands down small block 400 chevrolet. Does anyone make a conversion kit to fit one in my NTC3?
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Hands down small block 400 chevrolet. Does anyone make a conversion kit to fit one in my NTC3?

That is fricken funny Speedie!!!! (Take a couple breaths)
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No, thats an engine. We're talking motors here.
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wow this is turning into a popular thread!

Jackrabbit- i can really appreciate that novak brushless i hear it is the bonb. although i have yet to try it, my friend has one and he puts it down for me. despite the fact that i have better batteries and a D6 9x1

Pink Pac Man- cn i steal your avatar, its pimp and i really like. PLZ

does anyone have any experiance with the peak surikarn edition motor, im thinkin that is my next motor!
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Still funny though!!
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i meant jackfast not jackrabbit. no idea why i said rabbit
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Jackrabbit.....? You don't want to piss off scarface now do you? j/k
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