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Old 10-28-2005, 08:00 AM   #31
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so no one has used or knows much about the T6 then ?????
I vote for T6 and other Yokomo/Reedy base. So easy to work on and you can find the spring and brushes available everywhere.
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Old 10-28-2005, 08:35 AM   #32
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We’ve (as in myself and our team guys) have done a lot of testing with the Checkpoint teardowns, it’s a freaking rocket!!!! By far the most powerful teardown we’ve come across…. Comm and brush were are great as well, you can get 5 runs on a 7 turn with 18* of timing, NO PROBLEM, if less timing was used (say 12*) I could see 8 runs being possible before maintenance is required…. That’s my honest unbiased opinion.


As for their armatures going out of balance, can’t say for certain as we used our arms in their can….. I do know that many manufactures over the past few years have had (and continue to have) problems with their armatures going out of balance. This is not a problem with the quality of blanks from Sagami, but rather the quality of the epoxy and the quality of windings on the armature it’s self.


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the secret weapon then is a Checkpoint can with a DC arm dont think i'll be able to join FEMCA curtis...

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