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Old 06-08-2005, 10:23 AM   #1
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What is your fastest 19 turn and what brushes do you use?

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Old 06-08-2005, 11:07 AM   #2
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Chameleon C2 with XXX brushes
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Old 06-08-2005, 11:12 AM   #3
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Reedy Based 19t with 767's with tips chamfered 3min breakin or aggressive technologies at30s with the same tips purple purple or orion silver's
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Atlas based Brahma 19ts with B brushes
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Old 06-08-2005, 01:01 PM   #5
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Reedy Spec 19 - 767 brushes with a hole and orion 135 degree silver springs
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aren't those 769's "V"?
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Reedy 19t Quad-Mag

767's w/ hole on both brushes Purple spring on (+) and Red spring on (-)
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i run reedy quad mad w/ quasars w/ orion 180 degree black springs...just make sure that you breakem in fully than cut and run all day. dont forget to cut the comm every run to make consistant power.....

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I thought Quasars are standups
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Old 06-08-2005, 02:37 PM   #10
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Important questions to ask is what type of track you are running at? Tight technical course, or a high speed track? Run both a Cameleon 2, and a Reedy Quad Mag. The Cameleon seems to work better on high speed tracks, and my Reedy Quad Mag seems to like tight tracks like So. Cal. I stay with a simple setup; 769 brushes on both, and red + green - springs. I do a few other mods to get more horsepower though.
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who makes more horse power than me? you cant make horse power with those light springs didnt you get the memo?
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Old 06-08-2005, 03:28 PM   #12
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The quasar is available in both standup (729) and laydown (766)....

And red/green seems pretty light for a 19t....

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I've got a Dynasty that rips. I believe it has 769's with two parallel cuts. +Red -Green springs. Great motor for 1/12th. C2 and QM are really strong for touring.

C2 XXX hole in pos/neg brush. cut off edges. purle pos, red neg. cut motor every 20 runs. New brushes every 50 runs.
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I just used a stream lined setup in both motors to see how each compared on the track. I don't own a proper motor dyno yet to run spring comparisons. Anybody have any hard data on running stiffer springs? P.S. Didn't get the memo.
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Chameleon 2 Pro using 767's with 1.5mm hole on both brushes and modified purple springs on (+) rated at 265 and (-) rated at 245 (using the Xipp spring dyno and Fantom motor dyno)
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