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Old 11-30-2005, 06:49 PM   #1
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How good are these motors? I would enjoy being able to run them for 30 or so runs between cuts, but will they keep up with the other power plants on the market today?
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Old 11-30-2005, 07:17 PM   #2
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Also, if Duane or any of the other team guys are out there, I have been waiting for these for a while and I have now heard conflicting rumors about them. Are these motors fixed timing spec motors or adjustable timing motors that the oval guys use?

I'm crossing my fingers that this is a fixed endbell! I hope my wait wasn't in vein...
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THE FIXED ENDBELLS ARE COMING SOON I HEARD A COUPLE OF WEEKS LATER JASON
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The 19t motor will be fixed 24 degrees of timing. It is also a machine wound and taged arm. It is considered a spec type 19t.

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Old 12-01-2005, 07:21 AM   #5
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Yay!

You guys rock. I need Checkpoint power (and I suck too much to run modified). You see, I've had this facination with Checkpoint motors all the way back to 1983...
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Old 12-01-2005, 07:24 AM   #6
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When will we be able to get our hands on these?!?
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We are working on them now. Please go our website for the latest release news. It is updated weekly.
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Old 12-30-2005, 05:55 AM   #8
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No updates on the release info since september....These out yet?
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They are not out yet.....holiday season is probably to blame for the delay.....we will probably see them in the first part of the year. Everything I heard about it so far has been nothing but praise.....

So, good things come to those who wait....

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We have just rec'd all of the new endbells and armatures. They will be released very shortly.

Eddie, Glad to hear that! The overwhelming success with the mod motor has delayed the 19t motor. It has to be perfect before it is released.
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Guys I have seen this moter being ran at socal during race conditions and practice conditions. The moter is awesome cant wait to get one. I have seen the moter ran over 40 runs without a moter cut or new brushes and not drop off speed. The next best thing to brushless
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I don't care how much now.....30-40 runs without cut or replace brush REALLY get my money...........
So, will this 19T a LEGAL motor on regular club racing and ROAR approved? Like C2 or Reedy Quat?
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I don't care how much now.....30-40 runs without cut or replace brush REALLY get my money...........
So, will this 19T a LEGAL motor on regular club racing and ROAR approved? Like C2 or Reedy Quat?
Actually the Reedy motor is NOT roar legal and WONT be till they release a Mabuchi cross wrap armature for it or new motor.

The C2 is the only motor that is ROAR legal for Roar right now...

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Which company make these check point motors?

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C2=Big T
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