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Old 08-26-2005, 07:37 AM   #1411
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The cans come pretty well hooked up. The only thing that I have done is play with brushes a little. The motors come with 767's which are killer brushes but I like the 4499's in them as well. The 767's last a bit longer than the 4499's (IMO) Gearing is also important.
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Old 08-26-2005, 10:47 AM   #1412
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Hi

is the Team Br00d Shock modified motor available ?
What is the best type of use for this can arm combo ? touring , off-road ? ..

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Old 08-26-2005, 11:01 AM   #1413
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is the Team Br00d Shock modified motor available ?
What is the best type of use for this can arm combo ? touring , off-road ? ..

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I know that Team Br00d has them in stock, I have seen them in the shop. I have not run 1 yet so I do not know how they perform.
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Old 08-26-2005, 11:08 AM   #1414
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I know that Team Br00d has them in stock, I have seen them in the shop. I have not run 1 yet so I do not know how they perform.

ok thanks

any other feedback ?
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Old 08-26-2005, 01:08 PM   #1416
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Shocks are in.....BUT, the current stock is pretty much spoken for by dealers.....customers next, then team stuff.....

The motor rocks.....runs super cool with good brush and comm life.

When they are available I will let all you guys know....

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Old 08-26-2005, 03:05 PM   #1417
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Shocks are in.....BUT, the current stock is pretty much spoken for by dealers.....customers next, then team stuff.....

The motor rocks.....runs super cool with good brush and comm life.

When they are available I will let all you guys know....

Later EddieO

thanks EddieO

Can't wait to test them !! lol
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Old 08-26-2005, 04:58 PM   #1418
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I see you updated the login page for dealers and teamdrivers ...
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Old 08-28-2005, 05:35 PM   #1419
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I need some suggestions. Right now Im running a Br00d P2k2 Pro with a 18 pinion and using the purple (+) and red (-) spring combo. My competition is running the stock Trinty Monster with a 17 pinion and the stock springs. The question that I have might sound dumb but why are the running the same lap times as I am? What do I have to do to get more out of what I have? Should I switch to the Br00d Monster since the Brood P2K2 is keeping up to the Stock Monsters which are supposed to have more rpm and less torque? What about the Br00d Core that is supposed to be a higher torque motor for off road but with a little more rpm then the P2K2? Please help thanks
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gear your car even taller......

also try red and green springs, stiffer springs produces more torque and the p2k is already a torque based motor......
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Old 08-28-2005, 08:54 PM   #1421
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Hi EddieO,

Thanks for the info.

Another quick question. What's a good amp draw to set for a Ti base 7X1 (can, arm, spring & brush are stock Team Br00d)?

Thanks!
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With the exception of 1/12th scale.....timing is best done by trial and error in my opinion......start at 10-12 degrees with the Ti.....turn it down for more top speed, more runtime, cooler motor.....or turn it up for in more punch, less runtime, and a hotter motor.....you have to find the right balance for your car, track, batteries, gearing and driving style....

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Hey EddieO

Do you have any suggestions for my post below?
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Do you have any suggestions for my post below?
As Salvadori, said gear up. The extra torque you have over the monsters should allow you to go up a tooth and run faster laps.

I see people always temping their motors for gearing. To me this is wrong. If you motor does fast laps for a complete race without fading it doesn't matter what the temp is. The only thing that matters is laptimes.
Winning with a hot motor seems better to me than coming in 2nd with a cool motor.
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