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Old 12-30-2003, 11:43 AM   #151
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We just got our stock of Putnam Camillion2 based 19t motors in last week and am sending them out to fill orders.
Sushi boy, your package should arrive just before the new year or just after. Just remember, good things come to those who wait.

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Coolness man!!!!!! I can't wait to try one of these rockets!!!

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Sushi Boy, you'd better set track record. With that "care package" you should run away from the rest of the pack.
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Old 01-01-2004, 02:33 PM   #153
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Happy New Year guys!
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Old 01-01-2004, 02:44 PM   #154
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Sushi Boy, you'd better set track record. With that "care package" you should run away from the rest of the pack.
I kinda doubt I'll beat Andrew Cartwright and Marty Barnes lol.

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Old 01-02-2004, 09:53 AM   #155
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sushi-boy, It's good that you aim high. How do you think they got to the level they're at right now. Without a goal, you got nothin. keep that in mind. You got nothin to loose but lots to gain.
Hopefully, Putnam products will help you get there. Just make sure you keep yourself on the track. hahahahah. Gotta have good finish buddy.

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Old 01-02-2004, 10:14 AM   #156
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sushi-boy, It's good that you aim high. How do you think they got to the level they're at right now. Without a goal, you got nothin. keep that in mind. You got nothin to loose but lots to gain.
Hopefully, Putnam products will help you get there. Just make sure you keep yourself on the track. hahahahah. Gotta have good finish buddy.

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Yeah, I know. Evo III is giving me setup headaches on foams. Thats the main reason. It's just so stuck and I'm using AE White and Yellow springs! It actually feels better in open mod, I can use the unreal power of todays mod motors to break the car free! LOL. Maybe I'm to used to rubbers and I need to change my driving style a bit... But yes, the Putnam 19T will make me probably .1-.2 faster per lap. The motor I've been using was a dud and super slow lol.

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Old 01-02-2004, 11:25 PM   #157
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sushi boy, checked with postal on the where abouts of your package. It is still sitting at customs for clearing with a whole wack of other stuff. Sorry for the delay bud, I guess the extra security they've added is slowing the process abit.

I'm gonna check on it again on monday.

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Old 01-02-2004, 11:59 PM   #158
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No worries. The holidays screws the whole postal system up in the first place . Sounds liek the Holidays is slowing down the shipment of my new Ko Propo Helios too.

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Looking for LHS/distributor that can sell me a Putnam monster stock and a some green brushes to try out. I am from Sydney, Australia.

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Old 01-04-2004, 03:56 PM   #160
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Happy New Year All.

I finally got to try the new Putnam 19T Chamelions and it was definitely worth the wait. Out of the package it definately has more bottom than the Arcor. It took alot of consentration to keep the throttle finger steady. Just wait until I actually get the gearing right...

Last club race the top 4 out of 10 were using this motor and almost the entire field were using Putnam brushes. Performance speaks for itself!

I would say the that the main difference between the Chamelion and the Arcor is the power band. It's also likely that the Arcor has more at the top speed department. The Chamelion seems to be ideal for short high bite tracks.

Also keep in mind that the Arcor has adjustable timing and might not be legal for all club racing. Check with your club for rules on 19T before deciding. The Chamelion has locked timing and bearings.

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What info can some of you give me on the putnam arcor x-brush?
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Proficar403- The X brush is great for the Arcor motor when you are looking for the best performance for your motor. Keep in mind that the comm will require extra attention with the added power.

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How do the arcor x brushes perform in touring (punch and rpm)? Do they literally have "x's" cut into them?
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The X Compound is just a name. No "X" or fancy cuts on the brush face, just serated.
Majority of our races are touring cars. Unless specified, this is the form of racing we are usually talking about.
Sorry for the confusion.
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Old 01-05-2004, 11:49 PM   #165
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How do the arcor x brushes perform in touring (punch and rpm)? Do they literally have "x's" cut into them?
Arun, I thought you were a nitro guy. What are you doing dwelling among the electrics? How is school going? Still racing?
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