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Old 06-09-2005, 04:46 PM   #76
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hey lickrim your right about dyno readouts sometimes a motor looks better than it really is but on the other hand dynos ain't nothing but a way to get a idea of the motors out put to gear it properly .you can ask chad he has raced with me hes seen some of the motors that i've tweaked and tuned they rip no b/s man
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Dyno's LOL! Out of 12 stock motors I tuned and dyno'd for the Cactus this year the one with the "P" on the can turned out to be the best on the track. P-was for practice motor because it looked like a dog on the dyno. Nothing beats the track for dyno!
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your right about that iam going to place a order for a couple of the surge tuned atlas motors and give them a try i've heard good things about them and won't to try them out for my self /i'l try a couple of tricks to see how much more poneys can be pullyed out of them ..
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Old 06-09-2005, 05:37 PM   #79
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Yo Soviet......WORD

Yeah...even better was Lick's PM response to me:

"TO POSER , YOU WILL NOT BE ANY BETTER THAN ME
WE RACE TOY CARS FOR BOWLING TROPHYS GET OVER IT SCRUB."


Of course his online "persona" could just be an act and he does it for kicks. Either way whatever...
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Hey Charlie...... check your pm
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Old 06-09-2005, 05:52 PM   #81
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I live in Cali...I haven't said anything nasty. Just wanted to learn more about 19T motors? Someone has to start somewhere?
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Yeh, at the start
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Old 06-09-2005, 08:24 PM   #83
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.you can ask chad he has raced with me hes seen some of the motors that i've tweaked and tuned they rip no b/s man
True dat!!!!

JDM can making a screaming open 19turn. IDK about those locked motors . I might have him beat in that department.

Joey: the Dyansty is going to be the 19t motor at the nats this year. I guess we wasted our money testing with those C2's. I've already got a few good setups for the Dynasty motor, but I can't get reliable dyno results. They are mid tq. and high rpm, but on the track, they need atleast a 5.9 to get them to rip. Those motors can get crazy hot. I've got some cooling devices coming in for the summer, maybe I can get more than 1 run out of some 767's with a front spool

GUYS: lickrim just says this crap to get a rise out of others. Don't take what he says seriously, he's just full of bs. lickrim, see ya in the C homie!!!
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Yeah. Bitter is the opposite of serious. Don't take it to heart or you'll get an open invitation to a good sarcastic lash. Bitter, hit me back.
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True dat!!!!

JDM can making a screaming open 19turn. IDK about those locked motors . I might have him beat in that department.

Joey: the Dyansty is going to be the 19t motor at the nats this year. I guess we wasted our money testing with those C2's. I've already got a few good setups for the Dynasty motor, but I can't get reliable dyno results. They are mid tq. and high rpm, but on the track, they need atleast a 5.9 to get them to rip. Those motors can get crazy hot. I've got some cooling devices coming in for the summer, maybe I can get more than 1 run out of some 767's with a front spool

GUYS: lickrim just says this crap to get a rise out of others. Don't take what he says seriously, he's just full of bs. lickrim, see ya in the C homie!!!
Are you talking about the V2 Dynasty or the laydown version?
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Any experience with the V2 version? I am running the V2 version, Enduro brushes with HARD springs.
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No worries, mate! I just go talk to Lickrim......fastest motor in my heat (see happy face)

Now I just got to figure out how to keep bitter' from get'n so caustic
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Shush......don't let the cat out of the bag (looks over each shoulder) he's alot of fun!

Of course his online "persona" could just be an act and he does it for kicks. Either way whatever... [/QUOTE]
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Still wondering what a good spring/brush combo for the Yokomo 19T handout would be...Any non sarcastic responces welcome...lickrim love your attitude says a great deal about the man...It is better to ask and get a smart allick remark than never to ask at all. Am I a noob...Not really but still don't know everything...DO I want to learn more...Sure..don't we all. So if you feel like sharing cool and if you feel like acting a fool cool. I am not here to judge...someone already has that job....

Please answers to these questions.
1) Which brush has the best results for the yokomo 19T Handout?
2) Which springs (+ & -) with said brush will produce the best results?
3) Is there anything I would need to do to said brush? I.e. take off the leading or trailing edge...Cut a hole or line in it.
4) Any other tid bits of knowledge would be appreciated.
5) Lickrim I am far beyond Sunday school friend....LOL
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