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Old 10-17-2007, 04:08 PM   #76
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Timmy pretty much hit the nail on the head. We have never been a fan of breaking in with drops but we do include some brief instructions with every bottle of fluid for those who would like to try it.

The experience Timmy talks about above is pretty much exactly what this product was designed to do. They not only lubricate the brush/comm contact point to reduce wear but help prevent the burning and tarnishing that occurs throughout the run. This burning/glazing effect is the primary reason motors fall off in the last minute, in 19t Timmy is seeing a very obvious benefit due to the more extreme conditions.

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Thanks for the info. I haven't tried your comm drops but have tried others without finding any that I like. I am also not a fan of breaking in motors with drops but was curious what your process was. I currently don't use any drops but might have to try yours.
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