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Old 04-09-2008, 03:12 PM   #4291
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Hey Garrett, you have a PM. thank you, Corey
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After finally getting our testing done we're confident in the new Reedy Stockstar and Challenger 19T to release them to the public...they are on the site now.
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After finally getting our testing done we're confident in the new Reedy Stockstar and Challenger 19T to release them to the public...they are on the site now.
Can you tell us more about the stockstar, is it epic, top or whatever. Just curious

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Old 04-15-2008, 01:27 AM   #4294
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its reedy, they use there own design, not sure who actually "makes'' the cans but the arm is sagami, ...

has sort of a checkpoint look, round brushes, octagon sorta, it has a lot of neat features, like a fan on the arm, (the edges of the stack are turned up just a hair to make a fan effect)

big vent holes also....
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Old 04-15-2008, 01:35 AM   #4295
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looks like its that time of the month where i can get emails i just cant send them out
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Old 04-15-2008, 02:28 AM   #4296
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Are the brushes for the new reedy motors availible yet? I don't see them listed on your site.

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Would you guys be able to wind a 23T arm with the flatwire?
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Are the brushes for the new reedy motors availible yet? I don't see them listed on your site.

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we havent got the brushed yet, we should get them in soon

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Would you guys be able to wind a 23T arm with the flatwire?
we dont have any flatwire, eddie and big jim did alot of testing with the flat wire and they came to the conclusion it didnt work any better than round, can do it in round wire tho
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We can wind a pretty decent 23T...big wire...it will go fast.

This new Reedy motor is actually looking like a damn fast 19T...I think we'll take one down to SIR and run it against 10.5's..It made our Rustler do back flips...
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Just got my second 19t motor from you guys and it rocks!!
Keep up the great work.

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Can you supply stockstar brushes? Springs? Not on the site yet?

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They will be available soon.

I am liking these motors more and more. I was kind of hesitant to liking them at first, but they have changed my opinion. If I were to run stock sedan again I'd run a Stockstar over a CO27.. Not only does it seem to have more general rip, it appears to hold up better run to run.
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Old 04-28-2008, 02:32 AM   #4304
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gents how would u modify the challenger for 4cell 1/12th?
obviously id love a brood one but there not in uk yet so am being cheeky but can you help me mod the standard reedy one.
Ive run it an it seems very torquey like a money motor, it pulls nearly 9a @ 2v too.
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Well, I have placed my order, and looking to forward to them.
A Peeler CO27 and a Stockstar.

I cannot wait, can I please ask you to note the need for Stockstar brushes and springs as soon as possible. I generally lathe my motor every 10 runs.

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