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Old 05-30-2004, 10:47 PM   #331
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Fatdoggy- The blue shunt brushes have alittle less silver in them and more lubricant to keep the com face from getting too dark.

I use a blue green combo for club racing and practice. I will go as far down as blue / reds. Just to get more runs in. The absolute best life I've gotten out of my greens have been 12 runs. More with the lower silver combos.

Have you tried them in the binary stockers?

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Old 05-30-2004, 11:17 PM   #332
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jzone - Thanks for the info. I've never tried the binary stock before, I was running them in my monster.
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Do the blue/grn brushes work in most if not all laydown motors?
Or tell me which motors they don`t suit, mainly in the 27t & 19t
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Old 06-03-2004, 04:12 PM   #334
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where can i order Putnam motor springs and green brushes online?
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Old 06-03-2004, 04:26 PM   #335
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where can i order Putnam motor springs and green brushes online?
www.rc4less.com

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Old 06-03-2004, 04:30 PM   #336
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thanks James, but i dont' see any motor springs...
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We also stock them as well. There really isn't anything special about motor springs since the ones with colors on them usually come from the same source. However I have noticed a wide varience in the springs lately so a Fiddlestick might not be a bad addition to the toolbox if you don't have one.

We are also stocking Putnam's dyno tuned Monster and Binary motors.

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Old 06-05-2004, 10:19 AM   #338
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How has Todd been these days?
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Old 06-07-2004, 01:41 AM   #339
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what are the base motors that putnam offers? TOP based? EPIC? YOKOMO kr? PT?
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Hi, i was wondering if any of you guys out there have tried the trinity 4503 brushes and then have tried putnam green and blue brushes and have found a noticeable difference in performance.
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highwayman.. Putnam offers EPIC bases stock motors and Yokomo based modified motors (both KR and PT).

Chazz...Compared back to back both brushes will run with the same power. The only thing I really notice is that the Putnam brushes last longer and actually get better after a couple runs.
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Who from Putnam Pro will be at the ROAR nats in Portland?
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I'm not sure if Todd will be out there or not... I'll talk to him and see what he says. I still don't know if i'm going or not... Plane tickets are expensive!
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Yo wassup Bobby??!!! Tell pops hi for me!! BTW- I doubt Todd is going to Portland... In fact, I don't know many people that are... Oh well.

Been racing lately? I went to Fergie's a few months ago but otherwise just club racing for me. We're having our local annula Beat the Heat Race Aug.7-8th. Nitro & sedan classes- you and Ted should swing through if you can!!
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what are the base motors that putnam offers? TOP based? EPIC? YOKOMO kr? PT?
KR's, Ti's, Pt's, D5's, B2's. I dont think he does any TOP motors. SOS as a Ti anyway.

I run his D5 and Ti, stuff for oval and am very pleased with it. The stuff that I got from him in my last batch is insane. What he wound for me is faster then any of the motors I was getting from "other motor company" when I was a team driver from them.

As having no afliliation to Putnam, I can easily say that any, and all of his motors are worth the wait. His support for the motors is second to none. I would just not reccomend trying to e-mail him. Calling gets me though most every time.

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