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Old 12-30-2003, 02:50 PM   #1201
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dang, guess i should have canceled the order when i had the chance. I'll have to try some crazy stuff on this one. Maybe purple and red springs, some 4499's, i'll pull everything out of the bag on this one, haha.
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Old 12-30-2003, 03:00 PM   #1202
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the sticker on mine had 23098 RPM almost 2000 more than any Monster i've ever owned....that's why i'm baffled. all the other numbers were killer too...

Dyno stats vs. performance under racing conditions are way off

i never had any problems with any of the other EPIC based stock motors by Trinity, i followed the instructions on gearing when each new one came out and they worked great.

brushes i tried TRI 4499P, AE 767, HPI Sprints, (full width & trimmed) and even changed brush hoods to stand ups.......no help

wish you better luck, i'm sure you'll post if you come up with something
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Old 12-30-2003, 03:06 PM   #1203
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i will, but it'll have to wait, my lhs orders don't come in till thursday, so friday i'll post.
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Old 12-30-2003, 03:11 PM   #1204
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I have core stock pro and really like it but brushes are about ready to be replaced. Which brushes should i use?
I actually really like this motor. Almost better than my best monster stock. It has some super strong magnets that almost never need to be zapped and it has good torque and RPM.

I've tried many brush combos and seems to me for best overall power use Reedy 767's or if you can get ahold of them, use putnam greens. Run both brushes full face and break them in with the stock red and green springs for about 3-4 min on 3 volts. Then go run it.

If you feel like you need a bit more punch try trinity red springs on both - and +. Also try the Purple+/Red- and Purple+/Purple- combo. They all work great with this forgiving and fast motor

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Old 12-31-2003, 01:45 PM   #1205
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I actually really like this motor. Almost better than my best monster stock. It has some super strong magnets that almost never need to be zapped and it has good torque and RPM.

I've tried many brush combos and seems to me for best overall power use Reedy 767's or if you can get ahold of them, use putnam greens. Run both brushes full face and break them in with the stock red and green springs for about 3-4 min on 3 volts. Then go run it.

If you feel like you need a bit more punch try trinity red springs on both - and +. Also try the Purple+/Red- and Purple+/Purple- combo. They all work great with this forgiving and fast motor

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just curious, whats your FDR for the core stock?
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Old 12-31-2003, 03:15 PM   #1206
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I guess if you want to consider that messing with timing. it does, but limits current carrying capacity. I would never do that. Maybe I'll give it a shot.
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Old 12-31-2003, 03:36 PM   #1207
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just curious, whats your FDR for the core stock?
At my track, I gear it at a 6.9-7.5 final drive ratio. The nice thing about these motors are the killer magnets. They dont really need to be zapped, so heat is not an issue with these motors. They feel the same from the beginning of the run to the end of the run. The only thing I look out for is brush discolorization. Hope this helps ya out.

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Old 01-05-2004, 03:10 PM   #1208
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Hello!

Whats the difference between

* Team Zero T-Max Rebuildable Stock 23 Ray-down RSL
* Team Zero T-Max Rebuildable Stock 23 LT

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Old 01-05-2004, 07:14 PM   #1209
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i would not get one............i ran it in the NATS and it has no speed or anything!save your money 4 a monster horspower!stock motor
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Does anybody have a good brush/spring combo for the Binary Outlaw Stock? Any help is appreciated.
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I ran mine Saturday with Trinity E-Brushes, red spring on positive and green on negative. Gear down a couple teeth (64p) for an end ratio of about 8.5/1 for a touring car with rubber tires on a 60 x 100 carpet track.

Tried 767s with the same springs and also a purple/red combo and burned the brushes up in two runs a couple weeks ago.

Haven't found a combo that works for 4 cell oval yet.
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Core Stock:

Sushi Boy.You like putnam greens in a motor produced at the OTHER factory?
I have NEVER got greens to work in Reedy,Atlas,Corally or TOP Cans.Reedy 767's or a 767 and a 766 on the negative cut down works great.Are you doing something else?They dont close to the RPM in these motor's as 767's do.Now on epic cans they are hard to beat.
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Does anybody know where I can buy a spring post wrench like Trinity used to make. I hear they are discontinued.
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Old 01-07-2004, 10:47 AM   #1214
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Ray,
I've got one made by Speedtech (I think) but here is another one you can try out..
http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...05104487227.05
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Hi, I am new to EP and really need to make some sense of this gearing stuff, hope you guys can help.
1, I got a used T1Evo2, and the spur saids 125 on it. Does it mean it has 125 tooth?
2, I heard people talk about 128 pitch, 64 pitch, 48 pitch, what is that??
3, I saw Josh Cyrul's gearing at some race and its 93/30, thats 32 tooth lower from my spur gear!! Can this be right?
4, Now if I am to stick with my 125 spur, approximately what pinion do I start with for a 23T stock at a medium grip asphalt technical track?
Thanks in advance
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