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Old 10-17-2004, 12:36 PM   #136
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No doubt. I ran a Br00d 19T C2 in my XRAY on our last outdoor race, and everyone thought I was running a 12T mod motor!

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Old 10-17-2004, 08:40 PM   #137
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This is my first time running a monster stock motor I usually run P2K2. Can someone tell me what I should gear a Team Br00d Monster stock at for stock sedan? Also for 12th scale are you guys running it as is? Changing the springs or making any modifications on the brushes? Thanks
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Old 10-17-2004, 08:55 PM   #138
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This is my first time running a monster stock motor I usually run P2K2. Can someone tell me what I should gear a Team Br00d Monster stock at for stock sedan? Also for 12th scale are you guys running it as is? Changing the springs or making any modifications on the brushes? Thanks
Asphalt or carpet?

Typically, I am in the range of 7.10 to 7.50 for most asphalt and carpet situations. But, it depends how much experience you have at carrying speed into, through and exiting the turns.

I have the exact same question to Br00d about using their Monster-based stock motor on carpet.
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Old 10-17-2004, 09:27 PM   #139
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I can normally run a 7.8 final drive for carpet. Our track is small though, most of the guys here are running 8.0-8.3 final drive ratios.

For 1/12 just lighten up the springs. I'm pretty sure we put purple/red on it initailly, but I will usually run red/green on my 1/12 and start with full face brushes.

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Old 10-17-2004, 09:28 PM   #140
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Got to say, proof is in the results:

2nd in the A-Main (highest for me ever) running a Team Br00d Monster stock.

And...I got taken out in the first corner and had to work all the back up to second...

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Did you get my latest message about an additional motor order?
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Old 10-17-2004, 09:32 PM   #141
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Eddie is out of town right now attending a Pacific Northwest on-road series race. So he will probably get back to you within the next few days.

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Cool, thanks for the heads up..
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Old 10-18-2004, 03:24 PM   #143
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Thanks guys for your responses I hope to run at Raincity Friday. Can't wait to see what this thing will do.
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Old 10-18-2004, 04:41 PM   #144
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When's that website going to be up and running?
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Old 10-18-2004, 04:57 PM   #145
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When Shane Finishes it *HINT*HINT*

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The website itself is done, just waiting on product photos and the online store. Eddie sent me all of the product so I'll be finishing the photos later this week.
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Sweet, thanks for the update
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now if we could just get those pics from the nats.
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Team Br00d drivers take top four in the Modified touring class at the first round of the Northwest Indoor Championships. The first of four races in the series was held in Spokane Washington over the weekend of Oct. 16, 17. Team Br00d driver and past national champion Donny Schaff TQ'd the modified class over a field of top drivers from around the Pacific northwest.

Top Five in Mod Touring (foam tires)

1. Peter Robinson- Team Br00d/Fusion power
2. Donny Schaff- Team Br00d/ SMC
3. Chad Kramer- Team Br00d
4. Seam Maybell- Team Br00d
5. Darren Shank- Reedy/ Associated

also notable, the stock class was won by Team Br00d driver Brett Bowen, who narrowly missed TQ, but had a clear horsepower advantge over the field to take the first and third A-mains for the overall win.

All of our Mod team drivers were using D6 based mods in both the 10x1 and 10x2 winds. team driver brett bowen used Team Br00ds powerful Monster stock based motor

you can order the same motors that our team drivers used to win this race by contacting [email protected].

look for more live results and standings of team drivers Chris Tosolini, Dave Bowser, and Furman Walker from the 2004 IFMAR onroad world championships in Orlando, Florida next week!
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way to go!

since I have started using br00d stocks at my track, other drivers ask me what I am running because they are so fast!
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