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Old 06-08-2005, 10:35 AM   #1216
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i think i will just go for some XXXs
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Old 06-08-2005, 10:38 AM   #1217
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go on raving monkey
buy some of them 777 brushe`s then let me know what they are like

no i am not getting them for you ,stick with the xxx
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how about....no

if xxx's work just as good but are as cheap as chips then i'll stick with xxx's
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Old 06-08-2005, 01:21 PM   #1219
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I have tested the XXX and the 777 back to back and i believe that there are some performace gains to the 777 brush. even the trinity drivers ran the 777 in their cobalts at the Reedy race, and the drivers that ran the Shock motor only used the XXX brush becuase the Shock has P-94 size brush hoods.
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Old 06-08-2005, 01:28 PM   #1220
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I have tested the XXX and the 777 back to back and i believe that there are some performace gains to the 777 brush. even the trinity drivers ran the 777 in their cobalts at the Reedy race, and the drivers that ran the Shock motor only used the XXX brush becuase the Shock has P-94 size brush hoods.
yo peter i ran the xxx brush at the RROC but only if the weather was hot for my qual. or mains hey did you get my order..let me no please thanks CHARLIE ALBRECHT
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Peter, I ran the 7x1 Cobalt's you wound up for me at Reedy with the XXX P94 brushes narrowed and never once had a problem with power or run time and the com looked great after each run. The only guy who ever motored me all week was Steve Weiss with his Brushless.
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Old 06-08-2005, 02:03 PM   #1222
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It was a 10x1 br00d armature. Geared at 8.977 FDR
second run since cut, standard sprint brushes, Rheinard stiff (.35) springs and 18 degrees of timing. It was geared quite well, as I was experimenting with gearing a little because it was a brand new track, and 8.9ish seemed to be the best gearing for the track. It was making good power up until it happened, but will have to drop a turn or too next time, all I can put it down to was it was revving too high for two long, but couldn't gear any higher otherwise in the midfield it would of been too slow, and it threw a wind almost at the end of the straight. Tough luck
Just wondering how big the track was, sounds like you need a lower wind and/or a taller gear ratio. for example Jilles ran a 8.7 gear ratio at the Reedy race and that track is pretty small compared to the tracks that you run on in Europe.
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Old 06-08-2005, 02:07 PM   #1223
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yo peter i ran the xxx brush at the RROC but only if the weather was hot for my qual. or mains hey did you get my order..let me no please thanks CHARLIE ALBRECHT
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Peter, I ran the 7x1 Cobalt's you wound up for me at Reedy with the XXX P94 brushes narrowed and never once had a problem with power or run time and the com looked great after each run. The only guy who ever motored me all week was Steve Weiss with his Brushless.
dont get me wrong, i am not knocking the xxx brush, i think that they are really good, just in my personal opinion, the 777 is better.
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Old 06-08-2005, 02:11 PM   #1224
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BTW Peter, I was pitted right down the isle from you at Reedy all week and never got a chance to say hi. You looked pretty busy most of the time and I was wrenching most of the time trying to get a handle on my car. Plus I had plenty of power so I didn't really need any help with that. I was pitted behind Alex Lopez.
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Old 06-08-2005, 03:14 PM   #1225
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Were's that micro-t at, and hea to pete!!
Six birds baked in a Pie! LOL what up Espo
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:14 PM   #1226
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do you think the 777 is worth the extra $$$$$ over the xxx

we have used the xxx in 27t over here with good runouts but i think they suffer on the punch side a little but top speed no probs

now using them in 19tc2`s, seem to going very well indeedy so far
each to there own as they say


Q) which mod can is better
1 v2 based
2 Ti based
3 Cobalt based

as a general racer
i know different treack require different motors & all , just wondering what is a good all rounder we are talking 7x1 9x2 10x2 mods outdoors
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peter
do you think the 777 is worth the extra $$$$$ over the xxx

we have used the xxx in 27t over here with good runouts but i think they suffer on the punch side a little but top speed no probs

now using them in 19tc2`s, seem to going very well indeedy so far
each to there own as they say


Q) which mod can is better
1 v2 based
2 Ti based
3 Cobalt based

as a general racer
i know different treack require different motors & all , just wondering what is a good all rounder we are talking 7x1 9x2 10x2 mods outdoors
There's no true answer to that question. It's pretty much all personally preference. Although I do like my new Cobalt cans The go to can is still the Ti for me but what I learned at the Reedy and last weeks testing.....the cobalt is pretty darn good.
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peter
do you think the 777 is worth the extra $$$$$ over the xxx

we have used the xxx in 27t over here with good runouts but i think they suffer on the punch side a little but top speed no probs

now using them in 19tc2`s, seem to going very well indeedy so far
each to there own as they say


Q) which mod can is better
1 v2 based
2 Ti based
3 Cobalt based

as a general racer
i know different treack require different motors & all , just wondering what is a good all rounder we are talking 7x1 9x2 10x2 mods outdoors

a good all round motor IMO is a double wind and no too low turn.....a 7x1 which was the choice of most drivers at Reedy Race is very fast, but your car will be fast only when you're running on high bite surface, so you can get fast with a 8x2 or 9x2 for example, and these motors will work well in any situation.......
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Old 06-09-2005, 10:40 AM   #1230
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will a brood 19t armature work in a reedy quad mag??
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