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PostSubject: T-BANG MOTORS DUE IN SOON!   Tue Jul 31, 2007 4:04 pm

Well at long last we have some T-Bang 27 turn stock motors due in late this week, but hurry stocks of these are very limited as the distributor has run out of stock and is awaiting a new shipment that is still stuck in customs.
The motors that we have on order can be viewed here www.rapid-rc.co.uk they are the Type C which are very good for small tracks as they are very torquey motors with lots of bottom end punch.


Features of the XS Type C:

The T-Bang XS Type C is a very popular stock motor for a variety of applications. It's broad torque curve delivers consistent acceleration and punch while a balanced RPM curve yields unparalleled top end speed for such a punchy motor. Each Extreme Stock Motor is hand tuned and dyno tested on the custom T-Bang dyno system. Only the top motors make the "Extreme" grade providing you with the power you need for victory!


  • Excellent heat dissipation. This reduces fade and keeps the punch on tap for your complete run.
  • Awesome torque. Plenty of grunt off the line and through the RPM range.
  • Great RPM. Often, torquey motors have limited top end performance. Not the case with the Type C!
  • Hand Tuned. Each motor is tuned for maximum power output and double-verified on our dyno systems.
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