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CO27 is a good motor. Good RPM and Torque. I prefer to run Trinity XXX brushes with purple springs. This combo is a little hard on the comm but you can get 4 decent runs out of the motor before needing to cut the comm and you can reuse the brushes.
 

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co27 seems to be the all around winner.... depending on you track, play with the brush combo... either f or putnams work great...

ps, putnam, ea, brood, etc... all put out good motors... they each know how to tweak the motors with their brushes of choice.. cant go wrong with either, or cant go wrong following their setups.
 

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Outlaw 44 said:
The best 27 turn motor is the one you hit the rollout dead on!
Even better, a stock motor is nothing without a super efficient chassis and perfect setup. With the tourquier motors like a co27 even the rollout isnt that critical anymore.

with higher rpm motors yes rollout has to be spot on
 

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On the oval x-stock I think is the king . It just very picky on the rollout even harder than the old epic stock .
 
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