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Old 01-08-2004, 10:34 PM   #1231
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My armature in my Monster is about finished... Almost cut the comm as much as I can... I do have 2 left over arms from my P2k2 pros, can I use those? Also, I'll be getting another motor soon, was wondering what are the mods you all are doing to the MVP? I may get one of those.

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Old 01-08-2004, 10:53 PM   #1232
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You could probabely could get them to fit but it wouldn't be roar legal, I'm pretty sure the p2k2 arms arn't the same as the monster arms.
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Old 01-09-2004, 01:08 AM   #1233
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reedy quality is much better over trinity.
even if you get power numbers higher on a monster then an mvp the mvp will still have more power because of the stronger mags.
if i were you fat id get another mvp and tune it to whatever track you race on.
the main point you got to remember is gearing.
i had someone that was running a monster went to an mvp and kept the same gearing.
you cant.
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My armature in my Monster is about finished... Almost cut the comm as much as I can... I do have 2 left over arms from my P2k2 pros, can I use those? Also, I'll be getting another motor soon, was wondering what are the mods you all are doing to the MVP? I may get one of those.

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dpends on what type of track you race on.
twisty,fast,lowgrip,highgrip etc.
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Old 01-09-2004, 01:17 AM   #1235
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trinity is all based on advertising and lying in it.
why do you think the monster is so fast?[well its not that fast for a high rpm motor]
because the armature has hardly has any lamination.
thats why it doesnt have any torque but the rpm gos up.
also weaker mags give higher rpm due to less cogging.
why do you think they use electromagnetic motors to change the field.
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Old 01-09-2004, 02:00 AM   #1236
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I race on a small twisty track... The back straight is about 75 long. Fast laps are around 9.5.

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Old 01-09-2004, 02:17 AM   #1237
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Well dont get me wrong the Monster's can be very fast on big tracks or fast flowing tracks.
The MVP and CORE's will have different powerbands and not quite the top end rpm.But unless your racing on a HUGE track this wont be needed in most cases.
Narrow the face of a 766 or 767 brush to the size of a standup brush in the MVP and your in buisness.
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Old 01-09-2004, 02:24 AM   #1238
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Okay, tahnks! Who makes those brushes by the way?

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Reedy makes the 766 and 767.
If you need some email me.
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if i were you fat id get another mvp and tune it to whatever track you race on.
the main point you got to remember is gearing.
i had someone that was running a monster went to an mvp and kept the same gearing.
you cant.
I've been running the Mvp for 6 months so gearing isn't a problem.
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Old 01-09-2004, 09:30 AM   #1241
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I would be taking off the traling edge of the brush correct? To that of a standups width. Or would i take a bit off of both faces?
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Old 01-09-2004, 12:13 PM   #1242
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Can somebody help me??
I currently using the Tamiya Type-RR rebuildable stock.When it is new, it is fast.But then after using it for few months problem start to rise.I lay the comm for a few times but it doesnt seem to be as fast as the new one.I'm using a diamond bit Hudy lay machine.BTW is there any way to squeeze the optimum power from a rebuildable stock??Any tips to make it faster??Because i played with a few top local driver in my country.Using the same type of car,battery,motor etc. but theirs seem to be going much much faster than me at the long straight.
Can somebody pls help me out??

Any tips will be much appreciated!!
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Old 01-09-2004, 12:23 PM   #1243
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Well, T uses some "creative marketing" techniques. As far as the moster goes, it is a very fast motor, and the few I have had enough torque to use on a fairly small indoor track, in a truck. Weak magnets do increase RPM, but it has nothing to do with "cogging" Cogging is when, in a standup brush motor, one pole of the motor is not being energized for a small percentage of the armatures rotation. The reason the RPM goes up is because there is less drag on the motor during the armatures rotation where the magnetic field is no longer helping the arm spin the same directioin, or during a moment of 'cogging', where that particular pole is moving through the magnetic field, unenergized.

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trinity is all based on advertising and lying in it.
why do you think the monster is so fast?[well its not that fast for a high rpm motor]
because the armature has hardly has any lamination.
thats why it doesnt have any torque but the rpm gos up.
also weaker mags give higher rpm due to less cogging.
why do you think they use electromagnetic motors to change the field.
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Old 01-09-2004, 12:33 PM   #1244
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Hey whats a good motor for a large fast dirt oval? I got a guy wanting to know
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Old 01-09-2004, 12:48 PM   #1245
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