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Old 11-11-2004, 12:40 PM   #226
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Yeah, it's totally different now. It lacks a large straight, it;s more of a half straight. It's very twisty too.

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Old 11-11-2004, 10:57 PM   #227
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Old 11-11-2004, 11:29 PM   #228
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Yeah, it's totally different now. It lacks a large straight, it;s more of a half straight. It's very twisty too.

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Yep it is Twisty alright .but it's a fastrack speed
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Old 11-12-2004, 01:29 AM   #229
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We will never put stickers on the can.....the only dyno that does that is the fantom.....and while I have one, I rarely use it.....its not the most accurate thing out there.

You can order Blueprinted motors for $2 more.....and they include the fully Robitronics printout....

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Old 11-13-2004, 04:16 PM   #230
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I just sent you an order, How long does it usually take for an order to get to Australia? Cant wait to let em rip.

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Old 11-14-2004, 02:29 AM   #231
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they say 4-10 days....but that does not count your local customs department....which I have no bearing on how long they keep it. I've had orders get in the person hands in Australia in less than 10 days, but I had others take 3 weeks.....long and the short of it, customs sucks(in any country)....drugs and weapons always make it through, but god forbid some dude gets his RC Stuff.

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Old 11-14-2004, 04:35 AM   #232
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I have purchased a number of items from Eddie0 at Team Br00d and his service has always been the best. We have never had mail from Eddie take any more than 5 working days from when it was posted and the best was 3 working days to Tamworth NSW Australia. Any order mailed under $1000 Aussie including post to private person in Australia is not held up by customs

Mossie you should be very happy with Team Br00d equipment we are

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Old 11-14-2004, 05:24 PM   #233
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Ran my fist 2 day race, and Team Br00d was in full effect.

Eddie it was nice to meet you in person and thanks for working on my Br00d motor!

Team Br00d is a bunch of great helpful guys! They took the time to help out a novice, at least my motor was strong all weekend.......
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Old 11-15-2004, 05:19 PM   #234
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Team Brood drivers attended the 5th annual Slugfest @ Rain City R/C Raceway this weekend in Lynwood washington. These are the quick results

Final Qualification standings:

modified touring car-

1) Chris Tosolini (Corally/ Team Br00d) - 37/5:03.27
2) Travis Schreven (Xray/ Fantom)- 37/5:05.91
3) Peter Robinson (Fusion/ Br00d)- 36/5:05.33

modified 12th scale-

1) Brian Bodine (MS 2.2 pre-production) - 58/8:06.38
2) Chris Tosolini (Corally SP12M) - 58/8:09.51
3) Peter Robinson (Hyperdrive) - 57/8:05.19

Final Results

mod toruing:

1) Chris Tosolini - 37 laps
2) Weylin Rose - 37 laps
3) Peter Robinson - 37 laps

mod 12th:

1) Peter Robinson - 58laps
2) Chad Kramer - 57 laps
3) Steve Curry - 57 laps
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Old 11-15-2004, 10:39 PM   #235
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Stock Sedan:

1.) Korey Harbke (Team Br00d/Fusion)
2.) Chris Perry (Fantom) TQ
3.) Adam Maloy

19T sedan:

1) Sam Forbes TQ
2.) Mark Tveten
3.) Korey Harbke

I had awesome motor and battery power. I had the fastest car in terms of power in 19T, just my own mistakes kept me from the win. Anyways, it was an awesome race!

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Peter and Korey,

What motors were you running in each class and what brushes/springs were the hot set up for that motor?
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Peter and Korey,

What motors were you running in each class and what brushes/springs were the hot set up for that motor?
Tim Are you coming up to rain city tonite? what class?
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Old 11-17-2004, 09:47 AM   #238
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No Rain City for me this week. Going to do some off-roading. Fri/Sun.
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Old 11-17-2004, 04:12 PM   #239
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My stock motor setup is as follows:
-Epic ROAR stock Base
-purple springs
-Putnam Green brushes or trinity 4503's (I went back and forth) Full face, serrations about halfway down.

19T setup:
-Trinity Chameleon 2 Base (New Cross-wrapped version)
-Purple springs, tweaked the pos spring to be a touch stiffer though.
-Trinity 4499 brushes with a #42 hole cavity drilled in the center of the brush, drilled about 3/32 deep.

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My stock motor setup is as follows:
-Epic ROAR stock Base
-purple springs
-Putnam Green brushes or trinity 4503's (I went back and forth) Full face, serrations about halfway down.

19T setup:
-Trinity Chameleon 2 Base (New Cross-wrapped version)
-Purple springs, tweaked the pos spring to be a touch stiffer though.
-Trinity 4499 brushes with a #42 hole cavity drilled in the center of the brush, drilled about 3/32 deep.

-Korey Harbke
Hey Korey why the 4503's? What did you notice that was different from the 767's? By the way thanks for the setup tips I will give that a try.
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