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Old 05-17-2004, 08:04 PM   #1471
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spelling 101...your motor tuning isn't the greatest either...but at least i drive the car i tune
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Troy- Are u still running the monster stocks or binarys? and what brushes?
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Old 05-17-2004, 08:33 PM   #1474
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Troy- Are u still running the monster stocks or binarys? and what brushes?
I used up my only binary about a month ago, and switched back to the monsters. I just didn't see a reason to buy a new binary when I felt my monsters were faster on Trackside's layouts anyways.

I'm running the Hurricane GOLD brushes.
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Ok cool, u running nitro this year at all?
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Old 05-17-2004, 08:41 PM   #1476
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Ok cool, u running nitro this year at all?
I might a little bit while down in FL just for fun. I'm sticking to electric for the competitive stuff though. I'd like to run some nitro just for something different if I have time.

PM me, I don't want to clutter the Motor forum about nitro stuff.
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Old 05-18-2004, 08:11 AM   #1477
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What is the part number for the Hurricane brushs and what springs are you using?


Does stormer carry any springs?
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Old 05-18-2004, 01:47 PM   #1478
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They are called hurricane golds, i believe they are on the website. I was running reds on my stock motor.
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What is the part number for the Hurricane brushs and what springs are you using?


Does stormer carry any springs?
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you can order Hurricane Golds directly from teamhurricane.net or kthobbies.com also stocks them. you can also find a variety of motor springs on those sites as well.

part# HMSGB

http://www.kthobbies.com/store/motor_accessories.htm
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I found them the cheapest at www.allspeedhobbies.com

They've got a lot of them in stock. Also really high # Fukuyama Batteries.
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the golds are great brushes.. but i would recomend people using them to have a bush serrator.. they are wicked fast but do not get many runs.. the best ive seen out of mine is 4 runs... they are agressive on the comm to... but if u want speed get them
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What ratio are you guys gearing your Epic Binary Stocks at? I'm running on a medium size track.
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Hey Guys thanks for all the help..

When using the Hurricane Gold brushs are still using the red/purple combo?


Which putnam brushs do use for the Monster Stock?
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best way to tell is try all colors.. some i have work with a purple and red. some two reds.. i didnt like 2 purples..
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7.8 fdr on Hobbytown Track. Other then that,I suggest stick with Monsters George!
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