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Old 05-18-2005, 10:29 AM   #1
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Default Kisbey ARCOR 19-Turn COBALT DEMON Motor

Is this motor good for touring 19T class? Roar Legal? Anyone has any info on this motor please post here! THx.

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Old 05-18-2005, 02:13 PM   #2
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its ARCOR legal, not ROAR...
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yes it is legal according to roars site....

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Are the Fuji's legal?

Wasn't sure if ARCOR permitted adjustable timing where as far as I knew ROAR 19T is fixed.
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ARCOR is an oval based organisation.... all 19 turns have to be adjustable timing...

all ROAR oval racing 19 turn motors MUST be adjustable timing...

for sedans, i belive you have to run locked endbell 19 turns... if the rule is still this way it is dumb.. you should not have two seperate 19 turn rules..
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link for ROAR aproval list..

http://www.roarracing.com/products/smotor.htm
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Our club runs the 19T spec (fixed timing) motors, and thats about the only rule for the 19T class. We don't run anything but sedans, and no oval.

And of course there is no such thing as a ROAR approved 19T spec motor heh
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