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Old 05-18-2008, 12:52 PM   #4336
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habis...good job, congrats!

Reedy 19T ... F's, 767's or 4499's. If it's hot out or the motor is fading, try F's, otherwise use a more inexpensive brush.



Sorry Kevin, I had replied to you. The dyno sheets are marked corresponding to the motor/order involved and it is sitting on the motor build table at the shop. I will get the #'s off of it and post them for you, sorry about that...someone just forgot to include it when in a rush to get the motor out.
Sorry for not beeing clear
its the 19T reedy Challenger...........with the dimond shaped brushes....

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Old 05-18-2008, 06:04 PM   #4337
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Sorry Kevin, I had replied to you. The dyno sheets are marked corresponding to the motor/order involved and it is sitting on the motor build table at the shop. I will get the #'s off of it and post them for you, sorry about that...someone just forgot to include it when in a rush to get the motor out.
Desolas, thank you. Emailing the figures will be fine. If you are unable to get my email from your shop. PM me here.

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Old 05-21-2008, 04:38 AM   #4338
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Hi guys, what 19T motor do you reccomend for a fast reasonably open track with a touring car? I have used the KD in the past with good results, just wondering if there is something better.

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Old 05-23-2008, 02:43 PM   #4339
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R32GTR,

The KD19 is still the best choice. The new Reedy 19T is also good, but brushes are not available everywhere so you may have an issue buying them at your LHS.

Sorry I have not been responding to PM's, my "old" RC TECH account (Desolas) was banned from posting sometime last week because I made some negative (yet not inflammatory) remarks regarding ROAR in the Northwest Forums. I got sick of waiting for them to reactivate my account so I created a new one.

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Old 05-24-2008, 09:18 AM   #4340
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The new reedy stockstar is it any good?
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Old 05-24-2008, 10:49 AM   #4341
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Wes,

I am still waiting for Peeler specs, email would be fine.

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Old 06-02-2008, 05:35 AM   #4342
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Qualified 4th in second round of National RC using Team Br00d Reedy 19 Challenger and Team Br00d Energy 4600
winner was ETS winner Nielsen: http://ets.redrc.net/2008/04/nielsen...ock-qualifier/

THANK YOU TEAM BR00D
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Old 06-02-2008, 06:12 AM   #4343
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Hi guys, what 19T motor do you reccomend for a fast reasonably open track with a touring car? I have used the KD in the past with good results, just wondering if there is something better.

Thanks.
I have done extensive track testing of the Team Br00d Money,KD,Challenger and they are all equally fast.
where they differes is the motorbreak. The KD and Challenger is allmost equal, with the Challenger breaking a little more.
The Money breaks the less.

Dependent on your driving style, choose the motor that suits your driving style and track.
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Old 06-03-2008, 06:11 PM   #4344
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Order# 3792

I was hoping to use it by this weekend, but it doesn't seem so.
When can you send this out by? I emailed you guys but never got a reply...
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I have recently send through some info via the contact us area on your website in regards to which 19 turn you feel would be the best one for on and off road and if there is a large difference between the KD19T blueprint or the older KD19T motor witht he more expensive xxx enduro brushes. What is the advantage in having the endure xxx brushes in the older KD19turn motors you are selling?

If you could reply to my e-mail address that was sent to you or alternatively here would be great, my local shop owner stocks brood motors and have been impressed with them, however in purchasing more i would like to know what other things i can do to these motors to make them better.

If you could assist with the first questions for now, i can research the rest :-)
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Old 06-05-2008, 03:33 PM   #4346
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I would like to thank team brood for such a great 19turn motor for the NJ HPI Challenge. It was faster than I could drive it. I need to go back to a stock motor ,what FDR for your Co27 motor?
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Over a week now and still no reply.

Did they go under?
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Old 06-09-2008, 01:30 PM   #4348
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/sigh
still no reply.
Maybe they went on vacation. They can at least put that on thier website...
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If you placed an order within the last 2 weeks you will see it soon. I was at the shop today and everything was being prepped to ship out.

Emails have been difficult as of late as everyone has been getting 800-1000 spam emails per day. It's hard to find the customer emails from the junk, even with filters.

That being said...

Dear Customers,

As of today 6/9/08 I am no longer working for Team Brood. If you need assistance with orders, email [email protected] or [email protected], you can also PM EddieO or flameoutgarrett here on RC TECH. I can be of no assistance.

Thanks to everyone for their support and business over the last year and a half. I have enjoyed working with and helping many of you.

Please do not take this as anything negative for Brood. It was just time for me to move on. I need to take a break from racing and focus on other parts of the hobby.

--Wes

....now you can start working, Garrett.
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Old 06-09-2008, 10:15 PM   #4350
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Garrett or Eddie,

Please see post 4335.

The order was 3748

I have still not received and figures for my peeler.
I have sent 2 emails via your website in addition to the posts here.

Please advise if you are able to provide me with any information on the motor in question

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