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Old 11-20-2005, 01:08 PM   #1
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Been running races instead of racing them lately, but its time to get back on the track. In regards to TC carpet racing:

What is the hot 19t motor right now?

What are the brush/spring combos?

Thanks for the help...
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Old 11-20-2005, 02:03 PM   #2
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I have a Atlas 19t from Integy thats pretty quick. Cham. 2 is also good.
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Old 11-20-2005, 02:17 PM   #3
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Been running races instead of racing them lately, but its time to get back on the track. In regards to TC carpet racing:

What is the hot 19t motor right now?

What are the brush/spring combos?

Thanks for the help...
I have played with them all and I have the best luck with Chamelion 2's right now.

I use Trinity XXX's and F Brushes with Purple+ and Purple- springs and roll them out between a 1.15" and 1.23" depending on track layout and size.

I have tried an Atlas and although it is a very good motor, it is hard for me to put a big enough gear to make it as fast as one of my C2's. I have gone as high as a 1.28" rollout and it still wants more.

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Old 11-20-2005, 02:35 PM   #4
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My current favorite is the atlas 19t. It likes to be rolled out from 1.28 to 1.36 depending on track sizes. Purple or silvers on both ends work well with the F-brush.
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I agree with Stephen... the Atlas is the fastest at the moment... but I hear there are a few "New" 19 turns coming out soon
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Can anyone tell me what the numbers on a Fanton dyno should be (around) for a C1 and for a C2?
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ive been running a Chamelion 2 armature with a 4 magnet can and its so F_*KING FAST in my tc3


so i would also go with the Chamelion 2 too
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Give it a couple weeks and get yourself what will be the fastest 19t around....the new Checkpoint 19T will be here soon.Ive ran it against all the other 19T motors and i can assure you it is the best!!
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Old 11-22-2005, 09:54 AM   #9
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Thanks for the help. I suspect that the Checkpoint will be the best 19t, but I need something so I can go raining in a week. I have to get started preping for the Nats, so until then, it looks like and Atlas!
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in stock i have all sorts of trouble keeping my stuff on pace, but in 19T i run the Reedy Spec quad-mag, and never have any problems... the last 5 motors i've had, 1 pro version, 4 spec versions have all gone super fast with 767's and red springs... running 19T the motor is the last thing i worry about when trying to keep up...
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Atlas is very fast and very impressive, C2 is also a really good motor. If you run a ROAR event run the C2 as it is approved.

Both are in stock at www.axiommotors.com and the C2 is on special right now.

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