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Old 09-08-2006, 12:59 PM   #3256
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all the 19t on our site are fixed timing,.....
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Old 09-08-2006, 01:01 PM   #3257
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for offroad we recomend the checkpoint 19t, hands donw the best for offroad right now..

eddie is confused
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Old 09-08-2006, 01:34 PM   #3258
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All the 19t motors in the 19t section are locked 24 degrees......just don't get the ones that say 19 awg or 18.5 (and cost a bunch more), as they are handwound armatures in those.....unless you track allows that.

I still think the Reedy Quad is very good for offroad, as the extra torque you get from the big comm is a good match for that style of racing....

Later EddieO
I will want to pick something that is a reliable motor. This will be for a class we are having in 2007 for Spec racing. There will be roughly 8-10 cars in this class.

Right now in the rules I have it "Approved motor must be labeld with Team Brood label" and the motor I decide on will be the ONLY motor approved for use.

EddieO i sent a message from the Contact US on your website.
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Old 09-08-2006, 02:29 PM   #3259
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Order # 1901
Order Date & Time 09/03/2006 15:07:34

ok your right, and at any rate, the 3rd was a sunday (we are closed) and monday was a holiday (larbor day=closed).

but anywho, yer order went out yesterday before 3pm
Hehe okay, but anyhow thanks for awsome support. If they're good, ill certainly get some more of them
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Old 09-08-2006, 03:25 PM   #3260
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What 19T motors would be recommended for Asphalt and Carpet Touring cars?
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Old 09-08-2006, 05:12 PM   #3261
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You can open up the tang that the brush spring goes under slightly to keep it from catching on the rough spots.
It's not the tang so much as the very end of the spring catching on the rough edge of the cutout below the tang. I'll post a pic tommorow, make it a bit easier for you to understand what the daft scotsman is saying
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Old 09-08-2006, 06:05 PM   #3262
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just grab a hood off an old motor.....thats what i would do...if you dont have one im sure that someone else around ya does....
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Old 09-09-2006, 06:45 PM   #3263
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What's a good 19 turn motor for rubber touring on carpet. I was looking into the Money motor, because I heard the Checkpoint/v2 motors don't tear up brushes like others.
I was also looking into getting a custom wound 19t in a modified can. What are the benefits of the center cut option?
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Old 09-09-2006, 08:22 PM   #3264
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best we have run is a kd19t, the money is good but has to have tall gearing, the center cut will give you more bottom end, (lighter arm) the handwound will be more efficient, and have a bit more power
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Old 09-09-2006, 10:55 PM   #3265
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What's a good 19 turn motor for rubber touring on carpet. I was looking into the Money motor, because I heard the Checkpoint/v2 motors don't tear up brushes like others.
I was also looking into getting a custom wound 19t in a modified can. What are the benefits of the center cut option?
The Checkpoint does go longer on a set of brushes. However a Komodo 19 with F brushes is a rocket hands down. However you will get 2-3 good runs per brush at most in that motor.
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EddieO/peter: I like to order a CP 19t can with a hand wound 19t arm, what number is it. Then if I order it on Monday or Tuesday how soon can I get it.


Thanks a lot.
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Old 09-10-2006, 06:41 AM   #3267
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best we have run is a kd19t, the money is good but has to have tall gearing, the center cut will give you more bottom end, (lighter arm) the handwound will be more efficient, and have a bit more power
ok dumb? When you say tall gewaring you mean smaller or big pinion?
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Hi Peter, Garrett and Eddie,

I was thinking of ordering some motors and was interested to know:

1. how have you found the Cobalt 2 motors (for onroad touring - large asphalt tracks using ib4200shv cells in a very hot climate 100+ ambient and 140+track temps)
2. are they available at this point in time?
3. from ordering to shipping, what is the usual leadtime?

Thanks,

Leonard.
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Hey. I think Im going to order one of your 19t v2 spec motors.
Can I ask what springs come with it If I choose to have the offroad racing tuned and does selecting offroad for the tuning add an extra charger. Finally, does the motor come installed with brushes and also another set extra?
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ok dumb? When you say tall gewaring you mean smaller or big pinion?
Larger pinion gear, or smaller spur gear.
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