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Old 12-24-2005, 07:27 AM   #2206
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Eddie .. I have a question on a t45 ...I just got one last night and i was wondering do you have to use a 45 amp power supply? Or can i use my lawn tractor battery with a trickle charger on it ? Just wondering i dont want to blow it up ...
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Old 12-24-2005, 08:08 AM   #2207
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A battery is fine, actually better than a P/S it's the start up amps(cranking amps on a car) you have to be worried about and that exceeds a lot more than 45 amps.That's why they say get as many cranking amps as you can when buying a car battery.
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Old 12-24-2005, 11:49 AM   #2208
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What are the Atlas motors good for? Off road or Sedan? Also what is the diff between the Atlas Evo 0 and the Evo 30?
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Old 12-24-2005, 12:00 PM   #2209
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Deedit, you can use a battery.....just make sure its charged well before you use it and remove the charger during any testing.....as it may throw of the results or damage the TD45....

A power supply works just as good and is a lot easier to take to the track with you if you want to take your dyno. If yer only dyno testing stocks and 19t motors......a 30 amp will work fine......

TripleX-Jt, the new motors work great in all classes we have tried them in so far......the difference between the evo 0 and evo 30 is the brush hood. The EVO 0 is a regular laydown.....and the evo 30 using a 30 degree angled brush (its still a regular laydown)......we have limited testing of these, but for all purpose they seem very good also......the only downside is that takes a WHILE to break in the brushes and they really need to be precut in with something like a fussybrush to prevent excessive comm wear.

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Old 12-25-2005, 10:09 AM   #2210
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Eddie,
Which brush re -surfacer do you recommend? I have the Integy Brush Serrator. I am looking at the Fussy Brush. I use stock and a few mods. All have standard comms in them.
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We should have the full line of fuzzy stuff on the site by the end of the weekend...

Thanks for the gearing tip eddieO. it worked great....

The new Atlas motor is off the chart... Can't wait to try the evo stocks...
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Old 12-25-2005, 10:54 AM   #2212
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Happy Holidays to Team Br00d from all of us.
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yes....happy holidays....by the way im holding your sweatshirt hostage.
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:32 AM   #2215
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Eddie,

Happy Holidays.

I hope you had a great weekend.

When you have the time, can you please give me a call.
303-731-3299

I sent you a PM, but I never heard back from you.

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Can anyone tell me which motor spring harder than purple in TB website? Thanks
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Can anyone tell me which motor spring harder than purple in TB website? Thanks
Red?
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Old 12-26-2005, 10:24 AM   #2218
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Trinity Springs go

Silver (Hardest, not available for stock motors)
Purple
Red
Green
Blue (softest)

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Fussy Stuff is online now...
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The fussybrush stuff works really well......its all the site now....thats what I use to shape brushes and serrate them...

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