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Old 12-09-2005, 11:57 AM   #1
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Default witch 27 turns stock motor is best

hey i now its different from engine to engine but witch is normally best
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Old 12-09-2005, 12:02 PM   #2
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right now im running a binary 2 engine and i think its very goodt but i just get the feeling that there must be somthing with just that extra punch anyone that have tryede both the binary 2 and the assasin
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Old 12-09-2005, 04:08 PM   #3
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Check out the Banzai Stocks. They're based on the epic motors but the have a little bit more power.
http://www.banzaimotors.com/
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Trinity Monsters I hear are good.
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Engines use gasoline, motors use electricity.

Any Monster stock-based can will do. Or wait for Trinity's new motor. It'll probably be nice and shiny...

Then youz ride be ALLL pimped out...

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Engines use gasoline, motors use electricity.

Any Monster stock-based can will do. Or wait for Trinity's new motor. It'll probably be nice and shiny...

Then youz ride be ALLL pimped out...

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some engines uses nitromethane
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some engines uses nitromethane

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Engines use chemically derived fuel: Typically consisting of 8-bond hydrocarbons, motors use electricity.

Any Monster stock-based can will do. Or wait for Trinity's new motor. It'll probably be nice and shiny...

Den yo ride be ALLL iced out...Fo sho.
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Right now im using a Fantom motor which is supposed to be the hot motor for our track.

Ive always had good luck with Trinity's , I dont really notice any difference between the Fantom and my P2k2. I think i might try the new Trinity CO27 when i can get my hands on it .
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the atlas 27t? yeah its out in japan, anyone got some feebackon it?
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CO27 bran new trinty REAL GOOD !!!!
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yea, but the motors not out yet, so i'm not sure how you know if its good or not???

most stock motors are trinity based, or epic based, they are just tuned by other manufactures. You'll be fine with any of them, just remember to cut and brush them or they will get slow.
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Team Brood blueprinted monsters, man they are the hot ticket!
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I'm loving my EPIC ROAR Stock motors right now. I can tune them for insane rpm in my 1/12th scale or killer torque and rpm for my touring. Definitely the motor to use right now at our small track.
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the atlas 27t? yeah its out in japan, anyone got some feebackon it?
its the same as any other TOP motor like ORIONs Katana just ok , but pricey
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