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Old 12-26-2005, 12:22 PM   #2221
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What size serrator or full face bit should be used for the new Atlas motor? Or a better question what is the comm size when new? Could the serator be used to reshape a regular laydown to fit the new Atlas? Ok I'm done now.
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Old 12-26-2005, 12:44 PM   #2222
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What brush spring combo would you reccomend for a Reedy 19t Quad? Currently purple/purple with xxx brushes (full face, non serrated) running tc indoors on carpet in a medium sized hall, gearing is 5.46. Thanks EddieO as usual
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:09 PM   #2223
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Hi guys,
Is this motor suitable for 1/12 racing? Before trying, I would like to know if its worth to spend money for it? How it performs in 1/12 compared to other? I have been runing mod and no want to give a try to 1/12, dont have much ide about 8th min racing
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Tomdav, the new Atlas motors are .300 comms like a trinity stocker.....we are using them to reshape the new brushes for the EVO 30 stocker...

Conrad, Purple/Purple....Purple/Red are good starts for most tracks....for brushes, I still think the 767 is the best brush for the Reedy Quad.....the XXX brushes are good though if you don't want to do much maintenance...

Janisk, which motor are you refering to?


Merry Xmas to everyone....

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What size serrator or full face bit should be used for the new Atlas motor? Or a better question what is the comm size when new? Could the serator be used to reshape a regular laydown to fit the new Atlas? Ok I'm done now.
The Fussy Brush takes the place of the armature in the motor, so you can shape/reserate _any_ type of brush.
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Old 12-26-2005, 03:19 PM   #2226
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Janisk, which motor are you refering to?
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Sorry guys, forgot to add link

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Old 12-26-2005, 03:25 PM   #2227
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Old 12-27-2005, 06:04 AM   #2228
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So what is the best motor for off road in a MF2? Atlas, P2K2, or Core
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Old 12-27-2005, 06:12 AM   #2229
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So what is the best motor for off road in a MF2? Atlas, P2K2, or Core
Depends on your track. At my local track which is medium size with a lot of tight turns (you can see it at www.mikeshobbyshop.com) I use a P2K2 with a T4 (18 pinion/87 spur) others use a P2K and have had good success. I just got my Team Br00d Blue Printed P2K so I will tell you after this weekend's race if it is better than the P2K2.
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Old 12-27-2005, 07:57 AM   #2230
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Trinity Springs go

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

Later EddieO
Thanks Eddie, and what brush in the Brood Shock motor? The Octagon or the XXX Lemans? Which type more suitable for hot weather? Thanks
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Thanks Eddie, and what brush in the Brood Shock motor? The Octagon or the XXX Lemans? Which type more suitable for hot weather? Thanks
For hot weather, octagon.
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What brush spring combo is best for:
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I run offroad with a MF2, BK2 and a XX4.
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Old 12-27-2005, 03:14 PM   #2233
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Default atlas evo 0 and spec 19 dyno

here are two random dyno sheets for the new atlas motors
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Old 12-27-2005, 03:36 PM   #2234
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Janisk, I would not use that motor for 1/12th.....its more than likely wound on a 4mm blank, which will cause you to dump in most races.....you need a 10x2 wound on a 5mm blank....

DDDk, I start at red/red on the monster for offroad.....and red/green on the p2k2....you have to work from there to see what suits your track, driving style, etc the best.....take a peak at the fast guys and see what they are running.....copy it.

Triplexjt, I like the p2k2.....

Daniz24....the octagon is the XXX compound.....just a different shape. The octagon helps prevent brush arching by reducing the size of the contact area that hits the begining of each segment....

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