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Old 12-09-2005, 07:44 PM   #1
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Default What stock motor brushes are you guys useing now?

I have been away from racing for awhile and havnt been keeping up with everthing and now that i have started racing indoor stock touring car again i was woundering what brushes you guys are using that are giving you good performance. Last time i checked it was the F brush everyone was talking about, is this still the brush to use or is there better and where can i buy the f brush online or any outher new brush that i should try?
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SImply....

go to www.teameamotorsports.com
and order F Brushes in the laydown style for stock motors.
They are the best I have ever used...Great power for 5 runs...No other brush besides the very expensive XXX lemans brushes last as long..
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Old 12-09-2005, 11:52 PM   #3
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Putnam's Green/Blue timed combo. I've been using them in my Epic roar legal stock for the past few weeks with great success. My 1/12th's top speed is almost untouchable.
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Old 12-10-2005, 12:42 AM   #4
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Thanks for the help guys
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F brushes and 767 brushes.
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Old 12-10-2005, 02:13 AM   #6
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4499 or 767
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Putnam greens are what ive used ...i tried the F brushes and literally burnt up 3/4's of the brush on 2 runs like a low turn mod

the Putnams last me over 25 runs b4 i notice a drop in performance(.2 a lap average)
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Putnam by far best stk brush (Green/Blue) and if your running 19t there X brush is a beast!
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hey eric when do you have the stock motor with torque back in stock and will you get the monste motor in the future
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The new X-1 brush from eXpress motorsports is very good for stock.
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767's or Putnam greens,the "F" brushes are very inconsistent from batch to batch.
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im going to buy the xxx lemans with my new motor when eric gest more of them
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767's or Putnam greens,the "F" brushes are very inconsistent from batch to batch.
I disagree they are ver consistant since the last update which is 7 months ago. They have fixed the problem they had when they updated them..they continue to make them better.
Putnams are also really good just don't last along as the F brushes..
Oh the XXX brushes are nice....
Just too much for what you get in my opinion....
I get 5 great runs on a pair of F Brushes and only about 10-12 on the XXX's
So I would rather buy three pair of F Brushes for a total of $7.50 than one pair of XXX for $12.00 just my two pennies...
When all is said and done...I can race on one motor all day and not change brushes...

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who makes the f-brush?
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