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Old 09-01-2005, 11:56 PM   #1441
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peter_robinson and EddieO How you break in your stock and 19T motors ?
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Old 09-02-2005, 01:03 AM   #1442
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4 minutes at 2 volts.....or until the brush is fully seated....no fan on the motor until at least 30-45 seconds has passed....

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Any suggestions on a ballpark rollout for the Reedy Quad Mag tuned for sedan using foams on carpet? The track is tight and technical with a few short straights. I realize a lot of this is trial and error, I'm just trying to get in the right building. I've been keeping it around 27mm, which feels pretty nice.
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Old 09-02-2005, 01:28 AM   #1444
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What size tires in mm, and what internal gear ratio is your car?

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Any suggestions on a ballpark rollout for the Reedy Quad Mag tuned for sedan using foams on carpet? The track is tight and technical with a few short straights. I realize a lot of this is trial and error, I'm just trying to get in the right building. I've been keeping it around 27mm, which feels pretty nice.
I would find out what people at your track are running other 19ts at like the C2... I'm starting to like the reedy alot.. I will go up 2mm from whatever I had my C2 at with the Reedy Quad.

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Old 09-02-2005, 11:10 PM   #1446
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'Sup, Hessman?!?

"Uhhhhhhhhhhhh..." You got us all riffing on that.

You gonna come up with your posse and visit Horsham R/C when it opens in October? It's gonna be mint!
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thats kind of a hike Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhm... I should be up there at least 1 time before Cleveland, Would like to try and get a group to come up.. As well as you guys come down to mimis ...!!!!!! Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmm
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Old 09-04-2005, 09:54 AM   #1448
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Old 09-04-2005, 05:59 PM   #1449
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helo people
right i am looking at geting a 19t br00d motor.i am on a medium sized ashfelt track but also race carpet in the winter. what would u say i want?, i was thinking not the quad mag but i am unsure i want alot of punch anyway and some speed lol. do all these moter have berings? at the moment i am runing a peak v2 19t.so i would want advice on gearing.

i would like to have one of these by 2weeks. can some one advise me what to get and also a number to order it from i am in the UK and what is the prise in s for these motors. thanks alot bob.
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I would try this thread for information from the UK guys and Colin who distributes for br00d over here. I cant help you with 19T as i run stock though sorry!
http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?p=1795269
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helo people
right i am looking at geting a 19t br00d motor.i am on a medium sized ashfelt track but also race carpet in the winter. what would u say i want?, i was thinking not the quad mag but i am unsure i want alot of punch anyway and some speed lol. do all these moter have berings? at the moment i am runing a peak v2 19t.so i would want advice on gearing.

i would like to have one of these by 2weeks. can some one advise me what to get and also a number to order it from i am in the UK and what is the prise in s for these motors. thanks alot bob.
I'd suggest you get in touch with Mr Jolly (aka Colin) from C-S Racing in the "Ask C-S Racing" thread as he's distributor for BrOOd over here.

I'm using a BrOOd C2 and quite like it, you can't go wrong with either the C2 or the Reedy anyway. All 19T are fitted with bearings. As for the price, i'd say around 36 ish.
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ok thanks ill post the same in ther thanks alot
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Old 09-04-2005, 10:48 PM   #1453
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OK help me out here guys, monster stock in a 415 on a REALLY big sweeping track.

4499s with Greens, or should i go to light blues?
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anyone can advice on the spring combo for 7x1 Ti?
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Old 09-05-2005, 01:50 AM   #1455
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got him (bob33)

Brodd now has TQd, track record back and won both A finals in TORC at bedworth in the uk


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