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Old 02-13-2007, 04:06 PM
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as of right now.. any stock or 19t orders that are placed will be shipped the next day.. like i siad i got all cuaght up.. so dont be afriad to order now..haha

wes is already doing a great job and things are noticably different... things are much smoother as the motor builders can just build motors.. you will see that we are going to be alot faster with getting orders out to our customers and recieve a quality product like always..

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Old 02-13-2007, 04:09 PM
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i've come across a Team Brood Atlas 19T motor but not sure which model it is?

when the motor is running, a blue LED on the endbell lights up!?
does anyone know what type of motor this is and how it should be geared?
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Old 02-13-2007, 04:10 PM
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that is the atlas evo 19t.. i would gear it like a c2
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Old 02-13-2007, 04:46 PM
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many thanks jeff ive ordered a checkpoint

please let me know about the 18.5awg hermi wrap for the reedy quad mag
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What brush and spring combo would you recommend for a CO27 running 1/12 th on a 36' x 60' carpet track with a good number of 180* turns?

Where would you start with rollout?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-13-2007, 06:48 PM
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Originally Posted by AChupp2
What brush and spring combo would you recommend for a CO27 running 1/12 th on a 36' x 60' carpet track with a good number of 180* turns?

Where would you start with rollout?

Thanks in advance.
brushes are always an experiment, but for 12th scale the 4499 is always a solid choice in my book (i used them to win the 2006 12th stock carpet nats)

green/green or if you can find some, epic black springs tweaked just a little stiffer on the pos. (my personal fav.)
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Any thoughts on rollout?
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Old 02-14-2007, 10:27 AM
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many thanks jeff ive ordered a checkpoint

please let me know about the 18.5awg hermi wrap for the reedy quad mag
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If your the guy who ordered yesterday the motor is shipping today.

One thing to consider is we may get the motor out quick, but customs can often take up to a month depending on their situation. So if your out of the USA and want something by next week, well it may not happen. We might get it to your country that fast, but your country might not let you have it until they have sorted through everything else that has come in.
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Old 02-14-2007, 10:30 AM
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What is Garrett doing when he isn't building HP? He's tearin' up the track at the birds!! Yeah Garrett...PEEL 'EM!!!!

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Old 02-14-2007, 11:21 AM
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thats me....peter had the best line for me....

1 way and plow the way! had me some fun tho, altho it is really hard to race and build motors at the race, so im going to just go with 1/12 scale and not tourning....1/12 is both fun and easy to work on, i will be running the best 1/12 out there...SPEEDMERCHANT!

look for me in a c main near you!

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i think we have a couple of those wound up from orders that didnt go through but if not them pete will have to wind it up, as that is considered a modified.
as the 2-14 bus days applies, but should go out way before that.
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Old 02-14-2007, 11:26 AM
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Hey Garrett....Thanks for the use of you know what for the week!! You going to be at the carpet nats?

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Old 02-14-2007, 11:34 AM
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not a problem....one day you will have somethin i need...then im gonna take it and not tell you..

i hope im going to nats....Cefx looks like a sweet track!
eddie usually tells me a week or less before...lol
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Old 02-14-2007, 01:48 PM
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Thanks Eddie and all for the work you do on the batts. My 2 month old Brood IB4200's have only increased in voltage and decreased in IR since I've put about 8 runs on them.

They looked the best when I cycled all my packs, including some new ones, the week before the Birds. Although they took some extreme charging abuse during the Birds, the voltage and IR are still good according to a cycle on the CDR5000. Nary a slip in performance.

Power certainly wasn't my problem there. Just setup as usual...
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thanks garrett im looking forward to having some fun wwith that checkpoint 19t i ordered
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I got an order update today saying that is has shipped and I tell you....... It is very much appreciated.
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