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Old 12-13-2005, 07:41 PM   #511
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I need a 19T, preferably a Fuji or D5, the Ti3 teardown is not legal yet.

oh and do you have any CW slider kits in stock?

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whats this I hear some OLD MAN won stock at Coopers
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Mike: ...mostly HP... But you can't fire a cannon from a canoe...
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Have you shipped those bodies yet?

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Eric,
We didn't have a chance to ship them before Smoke's race. I'll see if I can't have someone get them out this week. We were gone 2 of the last 3 weeks, sorry...

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Hey. What putnam brush/spring combo would work good in a 19T Chameleon Motor?

It will be used in touring sedan on a rather large track. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks...
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hey todd:merry christams and all the best in 2006.just wanted to know who is on the putnam pro team for 2006 and will you be offering other oval bodies than just the 1/12th charger?thanks
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Hey. What putnam brush/spring combo would work good in a 19T Chameleon Motor?

It will be used in touring sedan on a rather large track. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks...

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Most of us run the green/blue combo, and purple/purple on the springs. Concentrate more on your gearing at SSH, it's unusualy large for an indoor track. I only run C2 based motors in 19t so if you need, give me a shout.

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Thanks Jamie. I will definitly take your advice. Your Motor in that 19T Trophy race last weekend was silly fast....
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Ok so why not a Reedy and what would be the brush/spring combo for that motor?
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HRCRACER: Jamie beat me to it...run the Green/Blue combo and you will be quick. The 2 different variations of the G/B combo you should try are:
-EFB-180 (trailing edges removed)
-EFB-190-C (full face w/ cavity)

Let me know how you make out...
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B-Man: Merry Christmas and all the best to you as well...Check our website for team driver roster in the future...we have some exciting additions coming in the near future...
We've discussed offering some additional Oval bodies, but they are still in the planning stages. Hopefully something by the Birds...

Isaac: The Reedy motor just doesn't produce the performance that the C2 produces. The large comm really hurts it, along with the FB-9 magnets. I think if Sagami introduced more flux leakage it would certainly help.
With the voltages of the batteries constantly on the increase, it may become more of a contender in the future. If you are running a Reedy, cut the comm down to .320 and install a pair of our EFB-190-C's.
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Greg: From bieng away at Cleveland, than the Open Wheel Champs a week later, now the holidays, our emails are backed up into the 1000's...I try to get thru 50 or so a night, but if you need to reach me, call the shop.
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HRCRACER: Jamie beat me to it...run the Green/Blue combo and you will be quick. The 2 different variations of the G/B combo you should try are:
-EFB-180 (trailing edges removed)
-EFB-190-C (full face w/ cavity)

Let me know how you make out...
Thanks Todd. I will give it a try.
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