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Old 03-28-2006, 02:27 PM   #481
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it doesnt matter what car you drive...FDR...is ALWAYS THE SAME....5.88 is the sweet spot for a medium size track...bitter
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I just got two of the new 19T Money motors from tower. I took one apart to take a look at it, and found the arm is " HEMI wound ". Why is that if it needs to be wound with a cross-wrap if it is going to be ROAR legal??
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I just got two of the new 19T Money motors from tower. I took one apart to take a look at it, and found the arm is " HEMI wound ". Why is that if it needs to be wound with a cross-wrap if it is going to be ROAR legal??
Pretty much all the 19Ts are hemi wound. The only 19T that isnt hemi wound is the Trinity C2. I know for a fact that the Reedy Quad mag, Reedy's original silver 19T and the orion/peak 19Ts, atlas blue can, and I think even the newer integy/atlas 19Ts are hemi wound.

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rubber or foam ?
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Checkpoint do a molded plastic version endbell for modified on the OEM market. Please tell me that there going to continue with the aluminum endbell for there "trade name" modified motors ..... As I see on the "money motor" there using this plastic molded endbell ....

Can anyone confirm?
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Got my Money Motor today. And got it run in and installed.

Just wanna make sure that I got this right....

FDR in the 5.8 is the range I should be aiming for with a touring car right?

I know it's been asked before, but I just wanted to be sure since I haven't run ratios in that range since the original torque heavy P2K.

Anybody run thiers on track yet to see what type of temps we can expect while in the 5.8 FDR area?


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