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Old 03-25-2005, 07:50 AM   #946
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Eddie O - just wanted to thank you for the power That Reedy 19T I got from you helped get me qualify 8th in the GT1 "A" Main at the Hanover TCS race...I finished 5th Wish it could have been a win, but that was my best ever finish

Thanks...I'll be sending you an order for another motor in a couple of weeks
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thanks for the stuff eddie

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Old 03-29-2005, 02:03 PM   #948
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I have a question regarding Cobalts, i wanted to order one or two for the mod offroad nats in july but everyone i talk to say they need to be cut every run, i know asking onroad guys is pretty much usueless since you guys do it with almost every motor anyway, but has anyone tried one offroad and not felt a power dump on the second run?, if i have to cut it every run im gunna go back to my tried and true V2's
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Old 03-29-2005, 02:16 PM   #949
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The only mod motor I don't cut every run, even for off road is the V2. I don't think the Cobalt is really any different than most any other motor as far as that goes. I haven't gotten to try one yet but I hear their killer fast, especially with br00d winding and tuning them for you. And with the XXX brushes, the com will need cutting but the brushes will last for quite some time.
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Old 03-29-2005, 03:11 PM   #950
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A cobalt with the XXX brushes would not need to be cut every run...in fact, even with Sprint brushes, they are pretty good even for 3 runs or so...

If it's a big race, most people cut every run anyways....because at that level, every ounce counts....

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Old 03-29-2005, 03:36 PM   #951
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Hello EddieO,

I get a Brood 12x2 Brood (V2 based). I'm very happy with it, a ton of power.
I bought from Orion some Hard springs but the ones on the Brood looks harder, do you know the rate of the springs who comes with the motor?

I've found a chart for V2 springs
soft 1.8N/mm (11 coil)
medium 1.9N/mm (10 coil)
medium hard 2.2N/mm (9 coil)
hard 2.3N/mm (8 coil)
MR032 3.8N/mm (9 coil)
MR032 4.3N/mm (8 coil)
MR035 5.2N/mm (10 coil)
MR035 5.6N/mm (9 coil)

Thanks in advance
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Old 03-29-2005, 03:40 PM   #952
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I'm running a d6 with XXX brushes and i must say they are insane, i get 10 runs on the comm and maybe 40 on the brushes. still though i think i will stick with my good old v2, if i have you wind and tune them for me, are they still roar legal, because i know they have to have manufacturer label on them to be legal
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Yes br00d motors are ROAR legal.
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A cobalt with the XXX brushes would not need to be cut every run...in fact, even with Sprint brushes, they are pretty good even for 3 runs or so...

If it's a big race, most people cut every run anyways....because at that level, every ounce counts....

Later EddieO
So with even an 8 or 9 turn Cobalt and the XXX brushes, you can go several runs without a comm cut (in mod TC)? Just want to be clear on this as I am considering one of these motors if I decide to run mod this summer.
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Mod touring car is a little bit different....there is so much drag on the system, that motors need more maintenance...

As for our motors by ROAR legal....yes they are. ROAR approves the teardowns itself....nothing requires the motor to have a sticker. Mod motors need no type of markings on the arm....stock and 19t motors are required to have tags....which ours do.

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Yo Eddie O,

I need a Big Jim alignment bar, Fiddlestick 2 and some Tribo drops. Unless yo have a mo betta idea. I shot you an email 4 or 5 days ago but haven't heard any thing. Send me an email at [email protected] with ordering and pricing info.

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Any progress Eddie?
We're still waiting
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Hey Eddie,
Just checking on the status of my order.
TBR-M032
and XXL shirt
Let me know,
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Old 03-31-2005, 11:48 AM   #959
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Hi,

I get a Brood 12x2 Brood (V2 based). I'm very happy with it, a ton of power.

Which spring comes with the motor??????

I've found a chart for V2 springs
soft 1.8N/mm (11 coil)
medium 1.9N/mm (10 coil)
medium hard 2.2N/mm (9 coil)
hard 2.3N/mm (8 coil)
MR032 3.8N/mm (9 coil)
MR032 4.3N/mm (8 coil)
MR035 5.2N/mm (10 coil)
MR035 5.6N/mm (9 coil)

Thanks in advance
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Your motor more than likely came with Hard Springs....


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