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Old 01-24-2006, 04:00 AM   #1
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Hi guys, i am sorry cause i don't find another thread who deals with my trouble, here in France we have the choice between 17 T with bearing or 19 T machined and 24 with bearing ...

I have just one question : What is the best choice and the best brand ?

I will be very grateful if you can help me. Thanx a lot and sorry for my bad english.
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Old 01-24-2006, 06:07 AM   #2
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the reedy 19t are good !!
so are the trintys

but u aslo have ( eXpress Motorsports, ea motorsports, DC motorsport), but these companys idno if you can get them in france. but the top two you should be able to find
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Old 01-24-2006, 07:15 AM   #3
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I don't really know how good are the actual 17T motors, but I find the 19T better than the first 17T were (the ones we used in the first year that we used 17T in france).

I'd recommend you wait a bit and try the new trinity motor that is coming out soon : the Komodo Dragon, it will be a very polyvalent motor and will give you a good comparison point with the corally black 17T. If you want to try now, get yourself a good C2, EA Motorsports makes very good ones .

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I would just get a 19turn...Guys can pull Mod fast times with a 19t on same track.

The DC Atlas 19turn is a great motor, as well as the Reedy 19T. I have the reedy 19T and put some Reedy 767 Laydowns in it. Made it pretty fast. My current set-up is with Team Scream Atlas 19turn with reedy 767s. Awsome combo.
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If you want to use it for racing then its best that you buy a 19T spec motor wich has a litlle notch on the axle. This year it will be 19T spec racing in Belgium and in holland to,so maybe in France also.
It is treu that you can buy 19T motors that are almost as fast as a 12T on a small indoor-circuit but they need also maintence like a 12T.The Orion element is a good spec motor wich has a notch on the axle.

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Thanks guys to help me, much more replies ?
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