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Old 10-12-2007, 06:59 PM   #4066
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12th scale - f-brush with a cavity or a slot cut in it, and green/green or red/green springs.

1/10 touring - f-brush with purple/purple, purple/red springs. Despite what others may say is the hot new ticket, purple/green sucks, but feel free to try it.

Same pretty much for the KD19 too, but I'd suggest trying some XXX laydowns, they tend to work for a long time in 1/12 with a KD19.
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Old 10-13-2007, 10:08 AM   #4067
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hey all:Thanks for clearing that up garrett.I know there have been some team driver changes lately so who is currently on the team brood driver list as we get to the end of '07 and into the '08 racing season?Thanks for the info
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Old 10-13-2007, 02:12 PM   #4068
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mod team is a little small right now, we have toso and burch

stock team is about the same....
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Old 10-14-2007, 03:45 PM   #4069
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could you tell me are the best stock motors for stock offroad trucks?
thanks, I bought a 19t motor from guys and it was sweet, problem free!.
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Old 10-14-2007, 04:06 PM   #4070
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depends on the track, we have a track we run at locally that is like 60x90 or something close to that, and its really technical, so you need alot of tourqe
so we use the p2k2, doesnt have the top like a co27 but makes all the jumps

if its a bigger flowing track the co27 would probly be the best choice
but technical tight track the p2k2 is the best choice
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thanks, we will be racing the RC Pro series, they are tight indoor tracks.
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:32 AM   #4072
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FlammingGert,

I sent you a PM. Let me know soon.

Thanks bud,
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Old 10-16-2007, 02:52 AM   #4073
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FlammingGert,

I sent you a PM. Let me know soon.

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Old 10-22-2007, 10:02 AM   #4074
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Default Team brood brushless motor ????

Just a little question :

Will you produce Team brood bushless motor soon ?
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Old 10-22-2007, 10:45 AM   #4075
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Just a little question :

Will you produce Team brood bushless motor soon ?

Not much longer , as soon as they learn how to protect it against lighter fluid`s.....
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Old 10-22-2007, 01:51 PM   #4076
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We are a small company, that mainly focuses on racing........so our market is much smaller than say Novak's or Orion's, who while both have large race programs, they also do well in the basher area of the market.

That being said, I have many ideas and stuff for a brushless motor line.....but, until some clear and concise rules for the stock and 19t versions of the motors are hammered out, we will not be entering the market. It's simply to great of an investment to make, only to have the rules changed the next day.....and then get stuck with a big development bill, along with a glut of unsellable product.

So while we could make just a modified, it would not make sense, as pretty much all the stock and 19t versions of the brushless motors you see are based off the modified version.......so it would be more logical to wait until those are hammered out to develop our product line. Look for us to move forward if ROAR ever gets around to brushless stock and 19t rules....

And besides........our brushed modified motors seem to be going plenty fast still.........TQ at vegas, 2nd overall.....with a chunked tire 1 min into the run of the final.....

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Old 10-24-2007, 06:29 PM   #4077
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What brushes do you guys reccomend to run in the 19T Komodo on a big fast outdoor track?
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XXX brushes for K19, that is what I use.
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For most tracks, I would use the 767, 4499 or Fbrush.............however, it's a big open outdoor track or a outdoor track is a nasty hot climate, I would use the XXX..........little less power, but they won't burn up before the end of the run.........

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For most tracks, I would use the 767, 4499 or Fbrush.............however, it's a big open outdoor track or a outdoor track is a nasty hot climate, I would use the XXX..........little less power, but they won't burn up before the end of the run.........

Later EddieO
What springs would you use with all those scenarios??
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