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Old 04-25-2007, 03:03 PM   #3886
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and some curb stomping..
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Old 04-26-2007, 10:06 PM   #3887
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Hey Peter...you there?? How do I get a hold of Mr. Robinson?
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Old 04-27-2007, 08:58 AM   #3888
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im actually going the right way...

was basket weaving through the field...lol
That's funny. I was in the same main. It wasn't easy to dodge all that traffic but congrats on the win!!

Just got my packs and motors. WOW!! The first cycle discharged at 7.83 avg. volts at 30 amps. That's a little more than 1.3 per cell.

I do have a brush spring question. On your CO27's is there a reason you use reds and 4499's for tc? My combo has always been purples and F brushes. When the comm gets worn and cut a bit I might even go to a heavier spring.
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Old 04-27-2007, 03:03 PM   #3889
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Hey Peter...you there?? How do I get a hold of Mr. Robinson?
just drop a call at fantastic sams.. he should be there...lol
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Old 04-28-2007, 07:13 PM   #3890
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Some homo put Axiom stickers all over the broodmobile...hrm...

Defacing a car is punishable by nutsack kicking.
w/e at least no of us look like kip.

now thas what im talkin about
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Old 04-30-2007, 09:44 AM   #3891
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i just received my Brood CO27 Pro. i am really looking forward to running the motor and seeing the performance difference between that and my stock CO27's that i have been running.

is there any motor prepping procedure i should follow before i run it on track for the first time?? do i have to do a motor break i? or can i just install and run?

how would you suggest i gear the motor for the following situation.

Track: medium flowing track with about a 100ft main straight.
surface: asphalt. smooth medium to high grip.
car: Tamiya TB Evo 5 (2.437:1 internal gear ratio)
tyres: Take Off CS22/27/32
batteries: Promatch IB4200
ESC: Novak GTX

you help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 04-30-2007, 02:04 PM   #3892
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there isnt anything you need to do to the motor...she is ready to rip!

gearing...i would start at around 7.0 and go from there....you have the same size track as we do for our test track....that is wehre most people start...
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Old 04-30-2007, 03:37 PM   #3893
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just to remind everyone that we have the vxr packs in stock!

the new packs are bigger and last longer, wayyy longer, we also have the orion avionics chargers in stock...ive been using the orion charger now for a little while with great results...also been charging my heli packs....works awesome!

if you havent been to the site lately check it out...there is a lot of cool new stuff....including SPEEDMERCHANT parts....and kits....cant beat the current stock 19t AND mod national champion!
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Old 05-04-2007, 02:30 PM   #3894
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TOSO mods are BACK!!!!!!


gonna do them in the 7x1 flavor with his favorite awg of wire....

FIRST 5 THAT GET ORDERED GET A LIMITED BLACK COMM HAT OUT OF MY PERSONAL RACE ARMS!!!....these are the same arms that i have used at all the races, also the same arms that TQ'd the ROAR Carpet Nats!
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Old 05-04-2007, 02:35 PM   #3895
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on the same note:

after the first 5 are gone there are no more with hats...

getting rid of some of my race arms....gonna make up a fresh batch with some new stuff we are working on...

great chance to get a real team motor!

after the hats are gone you will get the same motor minus hats.....
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Old 05-04-2007, 10:19 PM   #3896
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Are the f brushed a Trinity part? If so, what is the item number?

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f-brushes are made by finishline not trinity...
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The F-Brush is also available directly from our website here.
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Hi, I have just bought a new Team brood stock motor, it is a black can not sure of the make. Could you tell me what make it is and at what rollout/finla drive should be. I run on asphalt outdoor(our times are here www.stmcc.com.au) and use rubbers. Also while I am here what is the rollout for a komondo 19t.

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