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Old 03-10-2007, 05:43 AM   #3781
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We've been working hard to increase our turn around time for non modified and built to order products. Anyone who's ordered, how's the turn around been? Did you get your product quick enough? Custom built orders have been moving through quicker as well.

Post your thoughts and suggestions, we encourage your feedback.
This order was for (6) 19T motors tuned for offroad. The turn around is good for me, especially considering the attention and time that goes into Team Brood products. Will be ordering more soon.

03/06/2007 Preparing
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Old 03-10-2007, 11:44 AM   #3782
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Jeff has been working very hard at making sure the stock and 19T motors all get turned around fast. He pulled around 70 motors out in a single day so we could slam through a dealer order. Wit him doing that, and me pulling all the batteries as they come in we've been moving everything out the door much faster.

> If you've had issues with the web site lately we had a database issue which was resolved.

Looks like both Travis Schreven and Chris Tosolini are doing pretty well at Carpet Nats! Way to go!
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Old 03-10-2007, 06:51 PM   #3783
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team brood is doing great at the nats, im keeping pretty busy!

Toso is tq in mod, set it in the 2nd qual and it stuck the rest of the quals..
i think he is sitting around 3rd or 4th in the 19t a main..

travis is tq in stock, his car and motor are amazing!
trav is sitting second in 19t with the fastest lap by almost a full tenth! 10.1

burch threw it in the mod main, cant remember where he is in 19t...

will keep everyone posted on how tomarrow goes....

oh yea...im like in the e main in 1/12 stock...lol radio troubles and the fact that the fast guys come first kept me from a better showing....missed a couple quals..lol...
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Old 03-12-2007, 08:48 AM   #3784
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Default Brood 19t Checkpoint Gearing And Maintenance?

Hey, in a XXXcr buggy, what gear ratio would you reccomend for a brood checkpoint?

Also, how many runs between comm trues to maintain power?
How many runs generally before brushes should be changed? I've got the stock brushes in it and I have bought the long wear replacements.

Thanks for the help!
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Old 03-12-2007, 09:34 AM   #3785
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19t? or is it a mod...if its a mod then what turn?
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Old 03-12-2007, 12:32 PM   #3786
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So how did "Garr0tt" do in 1/12?
Thats how they had you listed in Nats.
Kinda like it, but maybe that should be a little "o".



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Old 03-13-2007, 10:07 AM   #3787
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Uh...thanks for that, Fred..

GarrEtt put another national win under his belt by building Trav's motors.

SO GarrEtt...I heard a rumor there is a pic floating around of your pit, with your transmitter sitting on a magnet zapper? Might have contributed to your radio issues.
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Old 03-13-2007, 01:19 PM   #3788
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hey garrett it was nice meeting you at the nats hope to see you all soon

should come out to are race in june


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what email did you send it to?

i havent got one..

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Old 03-13-2007, 02:38 PM   #3790
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what email did you send it to?

i havent got one..

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this one rctech e-mail


you need to free up some space is what it is saying


ok just sent it to yahoo......
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sorry for the slip... i'm looking for a gear on a brood checkpoint 19turn in a xxxcr buggy... thanks.

also brush maintenance.
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What kind of brushes does KD based motor comes with? Is it 767? How do I gear it compared to regular KD? It is tuned for touring cars on asphalt (blueprint version).
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Sorry to butt in but i hav a motor tuning question to ask.....

I'll be racing a team brood co27 motor at a state tittle this week end (perth, wa). Just need sum advice on tunning and running it in. The track is a carpet track with an avg lap time of 11 sec for the a-mains guys and consist of s turns wif a few 180s.

Basically wat i'm chasing in the motor is improving it's mid to top rev torque wif sum extra rpm (not much) just to gain a bit of leg down the main stretch or when traffic open ups. As of the moment the motor is still straight off the shelf with slotted 766.

I have read abit on the motors but quite frankly i can't seem to find the definite answer to my problems.

any advice given will be much apreciated........
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what i would say would be to put a set of f-brushes on it and if you would like more rpm go to a pur/pur spring....if that is too much rpm throw a red on the neg side...

f-brushes are the best of both worlds...tourqe and rpm.


KD's come with 4499's, in most cases....
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Hi, I heard Eddie was hotter than a Chinese LiPo fire... but that's not why I'm here.

The H.A.R.D. tools on your site, what do you guys think of them? They're damn expensive, but I'm thinking about getting some nice new tools, and had pretty much decided on Hudy (which I've seen in person) until I saw these. How do they compare? Are they heavy or light? Any other impressions?

Thanks for your time.
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