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Old 02-16-2006, 08:29 AM   #2536
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The front clerk was an ass.....on the phone, he was no help.....just a jerk.....the first 4 times I called, nobody even answered after 20 rings....I was super nice and he just told me tough crap....he got all pissed cause I said the f word in a sentence, which was not even directed at him.....just the way we talk where I live....jerk did not even offer to get me a plunger....

All I wanna know is how a hotel that big, in such a HUGE tourist area.....have no maintenance or housekeeping working 24 hours a day.....the, switch room thing to solve a problem doesn't work for me, nor would it work for a family of 4 at 4am....stupid stupid business practices. The management at the hotel should be fired....

Wonder if he knows it was me that kicked the garbage can across the courtyard....

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I must have called four times over two days to get my remote batteries replaced. I ended up using my own spare rechargeables. They also told me AFTER I had unpacked and setup that my room was "marked" as one with a non-fixable heater. I received the extra blankets the next day.
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Old 02-16-2006, 03:53 PM   #2537
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I currently run the 19 C2 based Brood and picked up an Atlas. What will the difference in gearing be. I run a 29 pinion with the C2. Thanks.
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I currently run the 19 C2 based Brood and picked up an Atlas. What will the difference in gearing be. I run a 29 pinion with the C2. Thanks.
Normally you would want to gear the Atlas can up a little from where you gear C2. On carpet we run the C2 at 31mm-31.5mm rollout and the blue Atlas can we run it at about 35mm. bigdog will be along shortly to give you a little more info since he's the local Br00d guy out here.
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Looks like a spacely sprocket on there.....George Jetson make that for ya?

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Hey guys, what brushes come with the Br00d Ti based motors, and what brushes do you recommend. Im running 8 singles, TC, ashphalt in hot weather.

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A few days ago Team Brood was at a race in Florida. Their shop was closed all last week. I don't think they got back untill this Monday and I am sure thay has a couple hundred email to reply to...I know I did
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Old 02-16-2006, 08:32 PM   #2542
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Noobie, I am catching up on emails as fast as I can....what is your email address and I will look it up....the difference between a Ti and Ti worlds is the endbell and arm.....the ti worlds uses a big comm Kr arm and Kr endbell with laydown brushes.....the ti uses small comm Ti arm with a Ti endbell, which is standup brushes......they both use a 2 magnet can. They both use the Quasar brush (729 standup or 766 Laydown)

Rody, Ti motors come with the 729....in hot weather you may consider using one of the super silver brushes like the XXX or the CS Racing brush.

Britracer, we have not tried a Checkpoint 19t yet.....but from I am told, they are really good.....the new trinity 19t is supposedly dialed also.....we'll see as they both come out....

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ymmmyc88- I have run the blue atlas and the new evo atlas 19 turn motors and I run them both 33mm-35mm rollout. Both motors run strong I think the new atlas can runs a little more consistant due to the open vent holes. The motor stays alot cooler. Brush comb that I have been running is purple springs with f-brushes. Another comb that I run is 12oz. springs with 4499 brushes.
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EddieO you got e-mail

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ymmmyc88- I have run the blue atlas and the new evo atlas 19 turn motors and I run them both 33mm-35mm rollout. Both motors run strong I think the new atlas can runs a little more consistant due to the open vent holes. The motor stays alot cooler. Brush comb that I have been running is purple springs with f-brushes. Another comb that I run is 12oz. springs with 4499 brushes.
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Hey guys, have you guys figured out the hot Brush/Spring combo for the CO27? I tried Purple/Purple with 767s, and it was pretty good, but lacked a bit on the bottom end, I wanted to try Purple/Red but never got a chance to.
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It seems to like the F-brush.. you might wanna try them..

That spring combo will work good to..
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Hey guys, im running a Br00d 8X1 Ti motor with a Novak GTX speedie and 1.2V+ IB3800s. I run on an ashphalt track with the straight being around 100 feet and the infield is not real tight. I was running with XXX brushes and the weather was pretty hot. After 3 mins or so, my motor would just die. It was not a battery issue, but rather the comm and brushes were getting burned. I was truing the comm after each run as well! Really frustrating . The drivetrain on my T2 is very free.

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What rollout should i be aiming for on this sized track? Im running around 20.8mm.
What profile are you guys running on your GTX's? Im running profile 6 with a higher drive frequency?

Any help would be appreciated
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