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Old 01-19-2006, 02:44 PM   #2371
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Thanks for your reply Exterminator, however I was hoping that I could get an explanation of the differnence between them instead of a "just use this one".
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Old 01-19-2006, 02:54 PM   #2372
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Core stocks are not really too hot.

In order from most RPM to most torque.

GM3
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Monster Stock
P2k2
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And for the Evo, I hear its a great motor for touring cars. Not sure of its power characteristics.

you really can't go wrong with eht Monster Stock. Will work in just about anything.
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Old 01-20-2006, 05:49 PM   #2373
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I live in the UK but going to Chicargo in march on business. Is there a br00d dealer in the general area as i want to buy 10x Brood monster stock for this years racing. cheers
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New special video coming soon from BROOD (battery testing)
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Old 01-21-2006, 09:19 AM   #2375
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I believe, the video also tests are new torque motor.....

I am not aware of a chicago dealer.....if you preorder, I can ship it to your hotel...

Fervidsea, the monster stock is the best motor right now for touring car. It provides the best balance of RPM to Torque, while also producing the most power....its also among the easiest to gear. The EVO stock, produces similar power levels, but can be a little more tricky to gear....mainly because its still fairly new to the market. The other motors are older models, that still work in well in some classes or are personal favorites to some racers. We try to offer the biggest selection for the racer, so I stock many motors to meet these requirements...

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Old 01-21-2006, 02:17 PM   #2376
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Sorry I ask.

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Old 01-22-2006, 01:28 PM   #2377
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I'm going to race 19T touring in the Nordic winter race. I've only been racing 27t stock before and i don't have a clue about wich motor to run. Wich one do you recommend?

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Old 01-22-2006, 11:02 PM   #2378
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Eddie O

you get m PM? would you like to check this motor?
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Old 01-22-2006, 11:24 PM   #2379
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Hey eddie if i bought 4 of your 119.7 to 119.9 6 cell ib3800s monday could i have them in ohio by friday?
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battery turn around is very fast.....we ship usps priority so it only takes about 2-3 days, i would have to say you would have them by friday
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Old 01-22-2006, 11:53 PM   #2381
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Batteries alone can ship tomorrow no problem.....motors take 2-10 days...

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Old 01-23-2006, 01:01 AM   #2382
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Not at all happy with Brood ....... I ordered two of the new KOS stock motors over two weeks ago and they still haven't turned up. I wanted them for a major meet and it let me down. A mate ordered well after me and his has arrived.
I have my doubts whether they were in stock when I ordered . I know I am a long way away in Australia but nothing takes over two weeks to get to Australia
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Old 01-23-2006, 01:20 AM   #2383
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Oh my....

I can guarantee you they were in stock, without a doubt....I still have about 20 left...I have only got ONE case of them, and I have another on the way.....which I ordered last week....I can take pictures of the raw 20+ at the shop if you want.....I don't presale stuff we don't have and I certainly always update the site when stuff is out of stock....

Orders take 2-10 days to ship......Shipping out of the USA takes 6-10 days by Air Letter post, not counting any time in customs.....I have had stuff get to Australia in 4 days.....and some take 3 weeks.....

There is no tracking.....but I can check when they shipped....tomorrow when I go into the shop.....

And overseas stuff does occasionally get lost in the mail......if it did, I have always replaced it....

Give me your MATES name.....so I can look up his order also.....

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I have heard that a prominent ESC maker thinks that some of there failed units may have failed due to solid endbell motors (aluminum) is this possible, and what are your thoughts. They say that if you check your motors from brush tube to endbell attachment screw and get a continuity reading you run a high risk of ESC failure, is this true and or possible? I do not use their product but have several motors that show continuity tested as they describe, the exception being plastic endbell motors all of them test open, but several of the aluminum endbells do in fact have continuity. I have cleaned the brush residue from inside the endbell and the continuity no longer exhist. Is this cause for concern as they indicate? Sorry to bother you but the big Man is no longer available for comment. Thanks
Some of the continuity you read on your meter maybe likely comming from the capacitors. Most all the motors that have capacitors onboard (from the factory, or user attached) connect between the brushes and the endbell attachment screws (grounding to the motor can).

The better test would be to take both brushes OUT of the brush tubes, disconnect the capacitor board (if you can) and test between the two brush tubes. If there is continuity between them with the capacitors disconnected, then you might have yourself a problem. Basically, a short.
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Old 01-23-2006, 06:42 AM   #2385
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Eddie, Any idea when the Super-Mod 3800s Limited Factory Team 1.205+ 400+ 6-Cell OUT/STOC will be back into stock?

How does the top 4200's compare to the above mentioned?

Thanks keep up the great customer service and products.
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