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Old 04-06-2005, 06:10 AM   #1
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Default mods for a outlaw Monster Horsepower

i am doing a outlaw class and i didnt know what to do to my Monster Horsepower
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Old 04-06-2005, 07:29 AM   #2
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define outlaw class??

Can you add bearings?? adjust timing?? They are 2 big mods you can do to you monster to get some more snot out of it...
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Old 04-06-2005, 01:41 PM   #3
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p-94 brushes
Bearings
Cut off the timing tab and increase the timing as much as possible with the squered endbell
find someone with a balancer and have them drill out your arm
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P94 brushes will just act as a drag brake on a stock motor.....not a good mod.

You might be able to squeeze some more timing out of the endbell if you cut the tab off...every degree makes a difference.

Bearings won't make it any faster, but it will make it more efficient.....

Drilling the arm can work, but I would recommend making SURE the person doing it actually has a balancer....and the niftech one doesn't count as a balancer....

If you can go outlaw, have someone wind you a custom arm with bigger AWG wire...I've made them for people before....they are $35...



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ok well i have seen guys put p-94 brushes on a stock at a track i race at and there cars were ballistic.
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Why bother when you can just buy a 19T or a mod motor?
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Why bother when you can just buy a 19T or a mod motor?
i was thinking that too. dunno what an outlaw class is but seems maybe a "Free" class? so are you allowed to use any motor you want? hows bl sound?
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