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Old 01-31-2006, 06:37 AM   #1636
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Ran the new DC Integy based can this weekend and all I can say is WOW. This is hands down the fastest 19 turn motor I have ever run.
Any pics of this motor??
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Old 01-31-2006, 07:48 AM   #1637
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Old 01-31-2006, 07:54 AM   #1638
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Ran the new DC Integy based can this weekend and all I can say is WOW. This is hands down the fastest 19 turn motor I have ever run.
Is that "Wow - This DC Motor is hands down better then other DC Motors" or "Wow - DC Motors are hands down better then the competition?"

Either way, its all positive!
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Old 01-31-2006, 11:23 AM   #1639
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Is that "Wow - This DC Motor is hands down better then other DC Motors" or "Wow - DC Motors are hands down better then the competition?"

Either way, its all positive!
I guess it can go both ways becuase it was faster than the DC C2 I have and this was the first DC motors I have run and they were very impressive Then again........it could have also been those killer cells I was given
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Old 01-31-2006, 11:24 AM   #1640
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I guess those F brushes aren't to bad after all....LOL I guess the EC was the real deal

Sup Curtis!
That brush and the car are the real deal
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Old 01-31-2006, 11:54 PM   #1641
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Dood... the new 19T's are freakin retarded fast. The endbell is almost all copper, so it cools really well. I didnt have a single bit of fade from the beginning to the end of the run.... and that was the 5th run without rebuilding the motor. I ran F brushes of course and some trinity red springs. I geared it about a tooth taller than my c2 as well. Reedy 767's worked really good as well. The motor turned my car into a rocket ship. It was so fast in practice everyone went out and got one as soon as they watched my car.

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Old 02-01-2006, 11:39 PM   #1642
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Stlnlst- Jay did have fast lap with a 10.5. Hey Jay your going have to let me know how to tune those C2's!!
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Old 02-02-2006, 09:29 AM   #1643
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G-Dizzle is correct; the plastic endbells are for the OEM mods and upcoming spec motors to be released by Checkpoint.
The decision of using plastic endbells on the OEM mods was strictly a cost issue. Steve said he couldn’t manufacturer the Al endbells cheap enough to compete in the OEM market. As for performance; for those of you who think strapping a piece of aluminum to a electric motor will make it go faster, I've got some magical beans for sale
So far our testing with the plastic endbell has yielded the same operating temperatures as the Al version, 145-165*F…..


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just to clarify... does this mean that only teardowns will have plastic endbells or ALL future checkpoint motors even will have the new endbell?
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Old 02-02-2006, 10:14 AM   #1644
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OEM Modified Teardowns will have the plastic endbell......so any company like DC, me, etc will be selling the plastic stuff....

Checkpoint will be the only company selling the machined aluminum endbells......not sure if they intend to sell the plastic unit or not....


I, like Curtis, think the plastic endbell will work just fine.....and in some cases probably better than the aluminum unit. In 1/12th in should be superior......as the motors don't get hot enough to need the aluminum and its lighter.......and you don't have to worry about the endbell developing a short, which can (and often) happens with aluminum endbell motors as they are used....

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I actually purchased a checkpoint motor at the novak race from the hobby shop and it had the plastic endbell on it, so i dunno what the deal with that is then, lol.
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I actually purchased a checkpoint motor at the novak race from the hobby shop and it had the plastic endbell on it, so i dunno what the deal with that is then, lol.
Do you mean the composite bearing retainer?
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Stlnlst- Jay did have fast lap with a 10.5. Hey Jay your going have to let me know how to tune those C2's!!

Thanks...I'll let you how I'm tuning them on March 20th! LOL
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the entire endbell was plastic.
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Old 02-02-2006, 03:00 PM   #1649
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Thanks...I'll let you how I'm tuning them on March 20th! LOL
hmmm..I KNOW I KNOW!! LOL

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Old 02-02-2006, 03:46 PM   #1650
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Thanks...I'll let you how I'm tuning them on March 20th! LOL
I'll run my C2 again this weekend. It was fast but not as fast as the Integy based motor. Curtis will be down for the nats so I won't have to worry about tuning motors.......(I hope)

The plastic endbell motors should be lighter too. Heat shouldn't be a problem with these right???? Right after the nats it will be Reedy race testing time so we'll see ho w these babies work!!!!
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