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Old 03-24-2005, 01:40 PM   #1
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I am looking for a good brush serrator, could I get some feedback on the best one to get.
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Be careful if you're thinking about the Integy one.....the groove in the one that I got for the laydown brush was so far off center, it was laughable!
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I have been looking at the Trinity Brush Factory 2,the Integy Brush Master and the Kose serrator.
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I just got the trinity brush serrator last week and ive already used many times. It was a pretty good investment.-lil' B
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I have used many and so far the Trinity brush factory is in my pit box. One thing about a lot of serrators is the serrations are too big. The brush factory gives the most serrations per brush face.
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I've been using the Xipp brush master (Integy) for a while now. Love it.....not big different numbers on my TurboDyno comparing with new brushes.
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I bought the Fussy Brush serator and love it. I read the comments on their web page about the increase in performance and after I got it I tried a new set of brushes against a pair serated by the Fussy Brush serator on the same motor. The dyno showed alittle more power and rip from the Fussy Brushes. Not cheap but worth the money. Look them up at fussybrush.com.
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