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Old 01-09-2006, 01:32 PM   #16
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Now that's not nice. I wasn't gonna say anything but if a certain driver is gonna flat out lie...that isn't right. Maybe we need to have the Novak tech guys come on here and tell the truth...

P.S. Dayger was never going to catch Hermann.....11.3 in stock!!???


FYI...here are the FACTS

Round 1 fastest lap for Dayger 11.748

Round 2 11.578

Round 3 11.567

Round 4 11.539

Not sure how you figured ..but it seems he went faster every run...so the F Brush went FASTER not SLOWER as some would want you to believe.
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Old 01-09-2006, 03:40 PM   #17
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Dayger did indeed use Putnam brushes for the majority of his qualifiers. However, I know for at least one qualifier he used F brushes and I also know for a fact that he clinched the overall win in A2 using F brushes. I pitted right across from him, I'd know. Either way, they're both very good stock brushes, it just depends how long you want to keep that same speed...1-2 runs or 4-5+ runs...
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Old 01-09-2006, 07:18 PM   #18
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lol brush wars
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Oh yeah E-brush man, oh yeah
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Old 01-09-2006, 07:30 PM   #20
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lol funny e brush man
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Do you guys need to do anything different tuning wise for the F brush, or tune it the way you would for 767s. Also, gearing any different? Same questions for 1/12th scale.
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for me .. in a Monster Stock in touring, I use 4503's with red springs most times, purple springs for torque if its a short twisty track. for 12th 4503's with reds and a slot in the face.
for a 19t chameleon base touring .. 767's with fresh purple springs bent a little stronger. hope this helps a little
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do the F brushes last longer than 767's?? and also are they just as fast?
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i think they last longer and are faster????????????
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I say the F brush lasts longer and is slightly faster over 3-5 runs. 767 has been slightly faster for me in their first-second run.

These two brushes are great for their intended uses and I keep both in my pit box along with some 4499s.

Let the brush wars begin...
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