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Old 08-17-2005, 09:59 PM   #16
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I think he actually was talking about the one in the upper left corner....


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Old 08-17-2005, 10:33 PM   #17
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The fastest motors I have ever seen were in cars the didnt wreck!!

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Old 08-17-2005, 10:35 PM   #18
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ditto, there is no "fastest or best motor" theres ones you like, and ones you don't.
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Old 08-17-2005, 10:53 PM   #19
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What does CORE RS mean?

And i thought only Trinity made the "monster" motor. Guess I was wrong?

again this is my track

www.roadragehobbyspeedway.com

are trinity monsters bad?
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The fastest motors I have ever seen were in cars the didnt wreck!!

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Old 08-17-2005, 11:02 PM   #21
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all honesty, if you just starting out, get what ever motor you can get. You need to focus on getting around the track with out hitting the pipes. Practice make the fastest motors.
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Old 08-17-2005, 11:08 PM   #22
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trust me i have a lot of expierence........just mostely on nitro on road and with 40 mph micros. LOL those are .....well.......interesting (micros)

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we're going to be releasing another hot stock motor soon, defintely has some serious hp...
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are all stock 27T created equal..


name some Specific examples of the Leaders........if you can...cause i need to know the EXACT motor i need to buy..lol
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I'm gonna get crap for this comment, but I would not get too hung up on the tuner name on the can. I personally tune my own monsters and they have been as good if not better then some tuner motors I ran against. I have gotten comments to the effect is that a stock motor you are running and I answer yes. Most can not believe how fast some of mine are. Everyone here at my track tunes their own motors, we rarely have Tuner motors hanging on the wall to buy. If you learn the tricks you can do the same stuff and it really is not that difficult. I don't put too much faith in dyno labels either. I have had some with great numbers and they performed like crap on the track, whereas I had some with not so good numbers that ran great. If you must have a tuner label on your motor, then you will have to make up your mind on that, for it is mainly a personal opinion thing in my mind. Let the bashing Begin!!!
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ok Ill have to look up how to tune a electric motor cause Im not very familiar.
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I'm gonna get crap for this comment, but I would not get too hung up on the tuner name on the can. I personally tune my own monsters and they have been as good if not better then some tuner motors I ran against. I have gotten comments to the effect is that a stock motor you are running and I answer yes. Most can not believe how fast some of mine are. Everyone here at my track tunes their own motors, we rarely have Tuner motors hanging on the wall to buy. If you learn the tricks you can do the same stuff and it really is not that difficult. I don't put too much faith in dyno labels either. I have had some with great numbers and they performed like crap on the track, whereas I had some with not so good numbers that ran great. If you must have a tuner label on your motor, then you will have to make up your mind on that, for it is mainly a personal opinion thing in my mind. Let the bashing Begin!!!

We're not going to bash you. And your right, average racers can learn the tricks and make an equally fast stock motor. Only downside to that is the $$$$ it cost to buy the equipment to tune the motors. I've tuned my own motors for a while, but now only run company tuned motors. I liked being self sufficient, but now I don't have the spare time to sit down with a motor, dremel, lathe, charger, and tune it. For the same price as a Trinity Pro motor, I can get one from a motor tuner.

Tuning motors and buying tuned motors are both fine.
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i cannot find a webpage that explains how to tune a motor.....
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i am anxious to try the new checkpoint 19t i think it will be fast and reliable
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