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Old 07-28-2004, 08:15 AM   #1786
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Donoman told me you cut his comm on Sunday.
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Yo Bill my name is Donovan,
you cut 3 comms that day...

I think I was the first one, steve was helping me out, and I was the big guy with teh shaved head who knew nothing about RC cars
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Old 07-28-2004, 03:16 PM   #1788
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Using a stand up brush is the same as narrowing a laydown brush to .140. Try it with both + and -. I think you will get more RPM and a little less torque. Most of all it will run cooler and still be ROAR legal.
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To use stand up brushes you would need to change the brush hoods. Changing the brush hoods is definately NOT ROAR legal.
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I think I was the first one, steve was helping me out, and I was the big guy with teh shaved head who knew nothing about RC cars
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Old 07-29-2004, 06:32 PM   #1791
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To use stand up brushes you would need to change the brush hoods. Changing the brush hoods is definately NOT ROAR legal.
That is what I was trying to say, narrow the brushes instead of using a stand up brush.

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Old 08-02-2004, 08:57 PM   #1792
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Default Monster, P2K2, Binary Stock all have same endbell?

The endbell and brush hoods are all the same and are interchangeable between all the popular Trinity Stock Motor offerings, so the difference is the Can and the armature?


Is there really any problem poping the Endbell off my Monster stock and puting it on my P2K2 or even my Outlaw 4 magnet Binary Stock?



Is the same true of the Reedy and the Yoko vairantions?
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Old 08-03-2004, 12:43 AM   #1793
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I'm running a XXX-s which has an internal gear ratio of 1.83, and I also went to the 90t spur. I'm rock'n the Monster right now w/ a 26 t pinion, which comes to an 6.33FDR. The motor is pretty HOT after a 5-min. push, so I'm wondering what's the optimal pinion size for a med. technical/ high-traction track?
Also I want to try the EPIC bi-2 stock that I have; can anybody give me a starting point with pinions for the same track layout?

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6.3 is to low IMO.

I run 7.3- 7-5


When I use that Spur gear I melted a Epic B2 at a 25 pinon gear on its first run.

What I have been told is you run that epic 2 #'s under what you run your monster, but since your running so I high on your monster I would go 4 lower.
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Default Re: Monster, P2K2, Binary Stock all have same endbell?

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The endbell and brush hoods are all the same and are interchangeable between all the popular Trinity Stock Motor offerings, so the difference is the Can and the armature?

Is there really any problem poping the Endbell off my Monster stock and puting it on my P2K2 or even my Outlaw 4 magnet Binary Stock?

Is the same true of the Reedy and the Yoko vairantions?
All trinity stock motor parts are interchangable. Yok and Top stock motor parts are in most cases interchangable as well.
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6.3 is to low IMO.

I run 7.3- 7-5


When I use that Spur gear I melted a Epic B2 at a 25 pinon gear on its first run.

What I have been told is you run that epic 2 #'s under what you run your monster, but since your running so I high on your monster I would go 4 lower.
Are you recommending that FDR because that's how you like to gear YOUR Monsters or because of the track that I'm describing to you? I'm not questioning your viewpoint, just trying to understand your angle . Do I make sense

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Old 08-03-2004, 01:51 AM   #1797
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Most people will run their Monster's ~7.5 FDR.
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so wait, everyones gearing is different but do they all come out to be about the same fdr
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so wait, everyones gearing is different but do they all come out to be about the same fdr
Everyone gears for different types of tracks. For example, a fast moving track. You want to gear it so you'll have a lot of speed. And on a tight technical track, you want to gear it for more acceleration.

You gotta find out what your internal gear ratio is before you choose your gearing set up.
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alright so say theres 5 ppl racing on a farley big track, so most drivers fdr will be about the same??
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