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Old 10-17-2002, 01:32 AM   #1
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anyone got any tips to make these trinity chameleon 2 motors a little bit faster? which brushes to run, what to gear them at to start with, etc?

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767 Brushes on both ends. Red Positive, Green Negative Spring.

Or you can use Putnam Green Shunt Brush on POS and Blue Shunt Brush on Neg..but that will have a lot of wear on the comm.
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When I attend the big races and build 19 turn motors for Team 1 drivers I use the Putnam brushes. Otherwise I use the 767's for club races. I would have to agree with Mike, less maintenance with the 767's as opposed to the Putnam's.
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So are these Putnam brushes good. I have not seen them except for the internet. Are they High Silver??
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The Green is the highest Silver content that they offer, then comes the blue followed by the red's. Are you they good? Yes they are but they do require you to do a little more motor maintenance.
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Thanks,

I have all the maintenance stuff. Just like to experiment!
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