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Old 02-23-2005, 09:17 PM   #766
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Old 02-23-2005, 09:46 PM   #767
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Hello Eddie

From your fans in Montana,
Your monster stock motors have some real rip--get better with
each run.I was asked by one of the better racers that come to
are club races what I have done to get my motors to sing like
they do-he was impressed with the sound of my car--this guy
is fast and it made me feel like my motor program is coming
back up to speed.

I have a question for you we are using Trinity paragon hand
out motors for are two day race this week end --any suggestions
on how and what to do to tune these motors


Thanks
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Old 02-24-2005, 02:26 AM   #768
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The v2 based mod wound by the great Eddie0 of br00d fame is now passed

downside
brca worker is having problems updating the list, the one they do is the home page one
but the central booking one is done by some one else

So apart from all of EA`s motors,monster ,roar & 19t
br00d now has roar,19tc2 & flipin quick v2`s` on the list

of to the trinity site now for some info gathering bye
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Old 02-24-2005, 09:20 AM   #769
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Eddie

I just ordered a TI based 19t. I've been running D5 based motors....any differance in power band or the way I should gear the new motor?

Also, do you have V2 instock?

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I have a question for you we are using Trinity paragon hand
out motors for are two day race this week end --any suggestions
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do you mean the older trinity paradox based motor? i have never heard of a motor called the paragon...

been a while since i tuned one of those motors, but i would start with 4499's and red/green springs. i used to run 4500's back in the day, but i think that the 4499's would be a little better.
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That is correct--
I am taking too many cold meds--can't think or type what
I am thinking-- we are using the Trinity hand out motors.
I used to be able to tune them pretty good back when
they first came out!

Trinity shipped then w 4499 with a slot and blue springs--
which I thought are pretty weak.
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Mr Jolly,

so wonderful to see the venacular. Flippin' indeed !!!

I agree on all Br00d motors. I'm just a clubbie, but this past w/end was having trouble with a doggo Monster that I just couldn't get up and running. So third A main, in goes an old Br00d piece and I get another lap over all other runs. Dunno what Eddie does but it's good.

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That is correct--
I am taking too many cold meds--can't think or type what
I am thinking-- we are using the Trinity hand out motors.
I used to be able to tune them pretty good back when
they first came out!

Trinity shipped then w 4499 with a slot and blue springs--
which I thought are pretty weak.
the paradox is pretty weak by todays standards (i am surprised that your track still has some!), but i think that starting with either 4499's or the Finishline laydown brush and red/ green springs would be a good place to start.

we have all said brushes and springs in stock, so send an email to [email protected] if you want to order some.
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I agree about the motor being weak,have not heard of the finish-
line brushes If there was more time I would have ordered some.
Talked with Bob Stomer who came to the race and he gave me
some suggestions--they ran a race in Minot with the smae motor
with fair sucess.Will let you now the outcome later this week end.
Thanks for your suggestions.

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Peter Robinson,

I see you like the Olsen twins,check out Eddie Garrison's site,he has a pic of them at a playboy mansion party,wow.
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Do you stock the EPIC ROAR stock motor? If you do where can I get one?
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i too would like a bit of info on where and if i can get an epic based stocker from you guys however i live in australia... do you have anyone importing your product here? and when will your website be functional all i get is a front page that says coming soon which has been coming soon since xmas.
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Do you stock the EPIC ROAR stock motor? If you do where can I get one?
Send EddieO a email @ [email protected] He will send you a parts/price list of everything he carries. His Motors are awesome.
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Send EddieO a email @ [email protected] He will send you a parts/price list of everything he carries. His Motors are awesome.

Il second that

I run for team Brood here in the Uk and i must say his arms are wound perfect!

Ive found that the Ti Mod works better indoors on small tracks rather than the V2. But on bigger tracks the V2 based mod is a rocket

Dont know if you guys have any thoughts on that???????
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Just been to the home page motor list & the v2 based (exocet missile) mods from br00d are on there
All that i need to do now is get the monster & proberly the cobalt on there,then i`m done
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