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Old 09-30-2005, 08:16 PM   #1
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Hey anyone with an answer,

I was just wondering what the best color of springs to use for the Chameleon 2 19t motor would be. I cleaned and rebuilt my motor and now just need a good spring combination. I am probably going to run trinity XXX brushes.

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i use red springs on both + and - on asphalt with the xxx brush.the track is fast and flowing.motor is a rocket.gearing is also important.
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Red reds work well and so do Purple+ Red-, touring 5.90 6.0 range for gearing..
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Thanks for your guys help. I ended up using red/red for the springs. Not to brag....but I want to thank you guys for your info....my car was really fast...I ended up winning and setting the track record. I geared it at a 6.5 though because our track (Carolina R/C Speedway in SC) is a little smaller than the ones you race at probably Tag. But thanks again to both you guys for the info.
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Sorry about some false info. I just found out that I didn't get the track record. Arun beat me by about 4 seconds. But I still got first. And my motor WAS fast!! :-)
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