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Old 11-26-2005, 09:14 AM
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Trinity ready to release new stock motor.
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Old 11-26-2005, 09:19 AM
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Looks like a Monster with an ugly paint job. Doesn't look very different.
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Its the same as the old monster except for the redesigned cooling holes

I would like to see trinity bring out a stock motor with a D5 or D6 endbell( p-94 style brushes ) and adjustable timing just to see how quick it would be
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Yeah but then it would be illegal. I would love to see the armature and know what type of magnets were used.
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Ok....what's so new about it? I cant wait to see what Orion and Team Checkpoint come out with.
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Originally Posted by StasI
Its the same as the old monster except for the redesigned cooling holes

I would like to see trinity bring out a stock motor with a D5 or D6 endbell( p-94 style brushes ) and adjustable timing just to see how quick it would be
I doubt it'd be very quick, the D6 or Cobalt endbell would be nice, but P-94 brushes have already been tried on stocks, & they really don't measure up. Stock brushes that work best just have a different composition than any brush used in mods(including the XXX brush, I've tried laydwon ones in my stocks, wasn't at all impressed, though they seem good in 19turn & mods), so it likely wouldn't improve anything. But I'm also getting curious about what Checkpoint could bring to the table for stock....
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sweet i know ill be trying it out
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When is TOP (Orion) and Checkpoint coming out with their new stock motors?
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Old 11-26-2005, 10:56 AM
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Originally Posted by StasI
Its the same as the old monster except for the redesigned cooling holes

I would like to see trinity bring out a stock motor with a D5 or D6 endbell( p-94 style brushes ) and adjustable timing just to see how quick it would be
just throw a stock arm in a mod can... see what it does...
slow and lo rpms i bet...
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Originally Posted by StasI
Its the same as the old monster except for the redesigned cooling holes

I would like to see trinity bring out a stock motor with a D5 or D6 endbell( p-94 style brushes ) and adjustable timing just to see how quick it would be
than it wouldnt be stock?...in the U.S stock is 27 turns with bushings only, i have heard that down under you guys can use bearings in your stockers..try 19 turn , how is your 19 turn classes down unda...
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also locked timing 24 deg
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Originally Posted by Phatkat
Looks like a Monster with an ugly paint job. Doesn't look very different.
and my ib3800's look just like my 1200sc's with a blue wrapper. i agree fundamentally it looks the same, it will be interesting to see what is promoted as new/mo'/better.

personally i have mixed emotions on a bunch of new stocks (top/integy/checkpoint). one side of me says competition is fundamentally good for consumers. the other side says it's been nice the past couple of years to have (more or less) 'one choice' for stock in that it keeps everyone pretty much on the same page.
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Where's the pic from? Cleveland?
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ya, the pic is from cleveland. ive never really been a fan of trinity stuff, this just looks like a cobalt with a different sticker and a monster arm thrown in it.
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It's a preproduction sample.....just wait till the new motor hits.....from what I am told, its a very very good motor.

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