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Old 09-11-2005, 10:48 AM   #1486
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Old 09-11-2005, 11:52 AM   #1487
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thanks for the timing mate...but 5-7 degrees will mean which mark on the can because the can is not marked at the side....how about the gear ratio...anyody knows a decent ratio to start out with on a big track???i tried 9.0 which barely made the run time on a gp3700..speed wise is quite fantastic but it seems that it can barely make the runtime at that gearing..
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Hey Eddie, can that BMS Bearing Remover/Installer be used as a general purpose tool? I'm looking for something that'll work elsewhere, like bearings stuck in aluminum wheels hubs and can't find anything.

Love my tuned quad mag. I'm still trying to figure out what rollout is right for it, but it's been quick throughout all my testing.
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Old 09-11-2005, 01:51 PM   #1489
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Eddie,

What is your hot set-up (brush/spring) for Monster Stock Motors, I run touring car? A lot of people say the F-Brush...what do you think?

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Old 09-11-2005, 01:55 PM   #1490
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767 or 4499....Red/Red is a good starting point.....tune from their...

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Old 09-11-2005, 03:39 PM   #1491
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Hi everyone

Can anyone suggest a good brush/spring combo for 12th scale on a medium/large carpet track with the following motors?

19T Br00d C2 - approx 50 mmpr
Br00d V2 10x2 - approx 40 mmpr - also what timing?

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thanks for the timing mate...but 5-7 degrees will mean which mark on the can because the can is not marked at the side....how about the gear ratio...anyody knows a decent ratio to start out with on a big track???i tried 9.0 which barely made the run time on a gp3700..speed wise is quite fantastic but it seems that it can barely make the runtime at that gearing..
Eack mark on the can is 12 degrees and for some reason these cans don't go all the way to the zero mark. The two I have are slightly different. One goes back to five degrees and the other only goes back to about 6.5 This is the case with all the trinity cans so it's nothing on the part with Br00d. I very rarely run 7 turns cause Br00d 8x1 are faster than most companies 7's...LOL but what timing were you running your motor at with the final drive ratio of 9.0? We will get it sorted out before the next time you race
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Hi Eddie,

I was wanting to place an order with you via your website and was wondering about shipping times? (what service do you use, approx how long it takes).

I live in Australia and was hoping to get the stuff here before the 22/09. And also was wondering if your website has a live inventory count? (if I place an order for a motor, that it is in stock and not have to wait for it to come in?)

Sorry for all of these questions, just want to make sure.

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Hi Eddie,

I was wanting to place an order with you via your website and was wondering about shipping times? (what service do you use, approx how long it takes).

I live in Australia and was hoping to get the stuff here before the 22/09. And also was wondering if your website has a live inventory count? (if I place an order for a motor, that it is in stock and not have to wait for it to come in?)

Sorry for all of these questions, just want to make sure.

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STLNLST...i think i was using 1 mark on the motor..maybe i had advanced too much on the can if you guys only run 5 to 7 degrees...by the way...how many runs can the xxx brushes last and do i have to lathe it after each run?
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Very good weekend for Team Brood. TQ and win in both Stock and 19t classes at Fantasy world raceway in Tacoma Wa.

Stock, I used a Brood Epic Stock with xxx brushes.purple/purple springs 7.0/6.5fs units, geared 6.54 final.

19t, I used Brood Reedy 19t with xxx brushes purple/red 6.5/6.0fs units, geared 5.99 final.
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STLNLST...i think i was using 1 mark on the motor..maybe i had advanced too much on the can if you guys only run 5 to 7 degrees...by the way...how many runs can the xxx brushes last and do i have to lathe it after each run?
One mark is only going to have it at 12 degrees of timing and that shouldn't really be a problem unless you over gear it. I'd say if you barely made runtime with your current gearing of 9.0.......either turn the timing down some of leave the timing where it is and go from 9.0 to about 9.5 I hope this helps you out some.
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was wondering what the turn around time was for ordering motors to shipping time i have ordered a monster 9/9 and a P2K2 9/14 hoping to try them the last weekend of the month
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