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Old 02-20-2005, 01:16 PM   #736
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Eddie O....E-mail me your phone #....I need to get a hold of you..

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Old 02-20-2005, 03:01 PM   #737
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Hello,

I'm from france, and we are limited by the 12T motor rules.
I've seen that precisionrc provide brood (I often shop from him) and a 12X1 motor.
My questions are:
-Which springs and brushes come with this motor?
-Wich armature is it ? The new one which is grooved or the regular one? If it is the regular one, is it the 4mm web or the 5mm web?

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Old 02-20-2005, 04:05 PM   #738
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Which motor is it??

I need to know the teardown its based on to give you those answers....

I can tell you its a 4mm blank.....all 12x1 arms would be wound on a 4mm blank unless requested by the customer...

If grooved, do you mean by the slot Orion is putting down the center of the arms....then no, its not. Orion rarely uses those arms....especially on carpet, which I have yet to see someone run one....they seem to work better outdoors on bigger tracks.


Once I get the other info, I should be able to answer yer questions pretty easy....

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Old 02-20-2005, 04:51 PM   #739
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If grooved, do you mean by the slot Orion is putting down the center of the arms....then no, its not. Orion rarely uses those arms....especially on carpet, which I have yet to see someone run one....they seem to work better outdoors on bigger tracks.
I wouldnt give Orion that much credit about the arm afterall and at least the Corally grooved _does_ seem to work on carpet..

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Old 02-20-2005, 06:33 PM   #740
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The slot vertically or horizonantly down the arm is nothing new....in what was tried back in the 80's from what I am told, and possibly before that....

Thing is, it never really did much, but with the newer cells we have and the racing classes, there are some benefits to using it....


I didn't notice the corally guys using them at snowbirds though.....looked like full arms to me.

The other problem with the arms, is that some get ruined during the process of cutting the groove, which drives costs up.....and even then, we have mseen them short out even after they have been ran.

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Old 02-21-2005, 02:50 AM   #741
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Which motor is it??

I need to know the teardown its based on to give you those answers....

I can tell you its a 4mm blank.....all 12x1 arms would be wound on a 4mm blank unless requested by the customer...

If grooved, do you mean by the slot Orion is putting down the center of the arms....then no, its not. Orion rarely uses those arms....especially on carpet, which I have yet to see someone run one....they seem to work better outdoors on bigger tracks.


Once I get the other info, I should be able to answer yer questions pretty easy....

Later EddieO
It's a 12X1 Brood V2 based.

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Old 02-21-2005, 03:45 AM   #742
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Good result at DMS indoor meeting
br00d 19tc2 you supplied with my setup for the uk
P upton TQing for 3 rounds ends up 2nd on grid
M hall Q 4th
Ian shepard 5th
me 9th (i wasen`t trying )
All of us the A-Main

Final positions were
Malcolm Hall 3rd
Paul Upton 4th (from last place on the first lap)
Ian Shepard 5th
Me ??(you don`t want to know )

Now we shall see how they perform with F-lines ,most of the above motors were with the trusted 767`s,
I was also running well in modified - however broke a driveshaft on the first lap of the final
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Old 02-21-2005, 10:29 AM   #743
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br00d 12x1 v2 would come with sprint brushes and either a hard/hard spring setup or a hard/ medium-hard setup....12-18 degrees of timing...


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Old 02-21-2005, 10:45 AM   #744
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i don't think you peeps want to know how im doing (at biws that is)

first 3 rounds i've had serious car problems and yesterday..welll i missed out on the final up by 1 second...and that happened in 2 rounds (i did 20 5:01 twice, 21 laps would of shunted me up a final)

anyway, i got one hell of a setup now so my car should be on rails next round..but the more i want to do better the more i will make mistakes, break things so i'll shut up now.

after rd 3 i think i was 43rd out of 85....now i will be around 40/39th. but hey, im still learning about stock, its my first time doing stock (well this series is my first time)
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Old 02-21-2005, 10:48 AM   #745
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EddieO - How did this past weekend go for you guys ?

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Old 02-21-2005, 10:55 AM   #746
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i don't think you peeps want to know how im doing (at biws that is)

first 3 rounds i've had serious car problems and yesterday..welll i missed out on the final up by 1 second...and that happened in 2 rounds (i did 20 5:01 twice, 21 laps would of shunted me up a final)

anyway, i got one hell of a setup now so my car should be on rails next round..but the more i want to do better the more i will make mistakes, break things so i'll shut up now.

after rd 3 i think i was 43rd out of 85....now i will be around 40/39th. but hey, im still learning about stock, its my first time doing stock (well this series is my first time)
Got to agree with you there Matt if it wasnt for bad luck you wouldnt have any.........But im sure you will get there in the end mate! Chin up!!!!!!!!!
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Old 02-21-2005, 10:57 AM   #747
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EG

The Br00d drivers took the top 3 in 1/12 mod and the top 4 in mod sedan. Toso won both classes which was no big suprize.

mod sedan
chris tosolini
peter robinson
sean maybell
chad kramer

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Got to agree with you there Matt if it wasnt for bad luck you wouldnt have any.........But im sure you will get there in the end mate! Chin up!!!!!!!!!
noticed you scapred into the B final...thumbs up!

how did the final go btw?
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Old 02-21-2005, 11:13 AM   #749
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Seems like my boys did well this weekend.....

With that finish, Peter Robinson wraps up the Point Series title a full race early.....


I've got a TON of orders to go out, so I won't be on much today.....see you all later.


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ChadK - Thanx Bro...

Toso - Nice job man...

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