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Old 11-14-2005, 10:42 AM
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Their has been new advertising from Trinity and I think it's going to be a new stock motor Cobalt 27T, I could be wrong but I hope to see a new design in stock motors from anybody.
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Old 11-14-2005, 10:45 AM
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Originally Posted by gijoe64
Their has been new advertising from Trinity and I think it's going to be a new stock motor Cobalt 27T, I could be wrong but I hope to see a new design in stock motors from anybody.
hmmm...maybe thats what thier big news is they're advertising about.cool it's about time time of this tech works it's way down to stock
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Where did you see this? Trinity's web page says nothing of a new motor.
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Old 11-14-2005, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by hobbipro
Where did you see this? Trinity's web page says nothing of a new motor.
Check out the top of the add on Trinitys web site CO27 designation number. CO (Cobalt) 27. http://www.teamtrinity.com/co12-09.htm
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link doesnt work
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It may be a new modified motor. Trinity has been testing something the past few weeks at Horsham.
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If you search Trinity's site for co27 it returns a link to their battery page. The description for the EP0073 battery pack reads "Use with CO27 stock and all Epic / Trinity modified motors". The description has since been changed....
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*waves hand like Jedi*

This is not the motor you are looking for.
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maybe this is the new motor? I snuck a pic of this motor....it was in Latif's pit last weekend...I think Cuffs was running it....WICKED FAST!!!!!!!
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Old 11-14-2005, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Little Bahnatka
maybe this is the new motor? I snuck a pic of this motor....it was in Latif's pit last weekend...I think Cuffs was running it....WICKED FAST!!!!!!!
It's so fast because Latif uses bacon fat for bushing lube!!
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lol are you serious? i shoudl try that!
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Old 11-15-2005, 03:45 AM
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mmmmm.....bacon (drool)

LOOKS DIALLED
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No joke, cuffs owned with that motor, i have never seen such a dailed stock motor in my life. If thats the handout for cleveland, which i heard it is, the stock tq should be less than 5 seconds behind the mod tq. Latif explained to me that the bacon fat not only works as a bushing oil making the arm spin better than a bearing, but lubes the comm and there is zero brush wear, its part of their all natural organic line of rc products that is going to debut at snowbirds
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LMAO!!!!!
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Originally Posted by stormperson
If thats the handout for cleveland, which i heard it is, the stock tq should be less than 5 seconds behind the mod tq.

Are you teasing us?? Cool-better start running a 19t to prep for Champs this week then......
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