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Old 04-16-2008, 05:34 AM
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I picked up a "Monster Stock Pro" motor for next to nothing, but I don't know anything about it.

It says on the side 27 Turn, 24 Roar Legal Revenge of the Monster Horsepower Stock.

The little label on the side has a PN of 2141.

I also notied on the Armature a tag that says EPIC27.

My questions are these:

- There are Surface Mount Caps on the endbell - What are the capacitance of these?

- What is a good replacement brush for this motor?

- What is this motor mainly used for?

- Will it work well with my Novak Rooster 12T?

- I just picked up a TC4 - will this be a good racing motor? What class?

Thank you for your help!
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Old 04-16-2008, 03:08 PM
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I picked up a "Monster Stock Pro" motor for next to nothing, but I don't know anything about it.

It says on the side 27 Turn, 24 Roar Legal Revenge of the Monster Horsepower Stock.

The little label on the side has a PN of 2141.

I also notied on the Armature a tag that says EPIC27.

My questions are these:

- There are Surface Mount Caps on the endbell - What are the capacitance of these?

- What is a good replacement brush for this motor?
trinity xxx brushes or the trinity f brushes is what i think somebody recomended me to get for mine.
- What is this motor mainly used for?
this is a very good racing motor
- Will it work well with my Novak Rooster 12T?
yes, this is a 27t
- I just picked up a TC4 - will this be a good racing motor? What class?
as i said it a a racing motor for the STOCK CLASS
Thank you for your help!
good luck, (my main reply is in the quotes)
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Old 04-18-2008, 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Zagar View Post
I picked up a "Monster Stock Pro" motor for next to nothing, but I don't know anything about it.

It says on the side 27 Turn, 24 Roar Legal Revenge of the Monster Horsepower Stock.

The little label on the side has a PN of 2141.

I also notied on the Armature a tag that says EPIC27.

My questions are these:

- There are Surface Mount Caps on the endbell - What are the capacitance of these?

- What is a good replacement brush for this motor?

- What is this motor mainly used for?

- Will it work well with my Novak Rooster 12T?

- I just picked up a TC4 - will this be a good racing motor? What class?

Thank you for your help!


Stock class racing, start with 26t pinion if you have the stock 72t spur on there and adjust gearing from there based on temp and tracksize. The brushes i suggest are Trinity 4503 (labled as 99+), Reedy 767s, or 4499s (in that order). They have good life with good performance, unlike F brushes which wont last too long. Dont know about the capacitance of the surface mount capacitors, might wanna email Trinity. Will definately work with your rooster.

good luck, have fun!
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the only motors that i use!!!!
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