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Old 08-15-2010, 03:00 PM   #1
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Default Team Brood LE 45t DOUBLE! Designed for the XR10!

Team Brood Limited Edition 45 Turn Doubles!

Specifically designed for Axial XR10! Get yours now for your shiny new XR10.

Only 40 Motors are being made, Sold in Pairs only... 20 pairs.....20 lucky souls!

$134.98 plus Shipping $7 shipping in the USA (international rates vary)


Only 45x2 in the world...724 CM of copper per wind, while a normal 45t has 642 CM. Wound by the best winder in the world.

Motors are engraved on bottom, Forward (F) or Reverse (R). One motor is wired in reverse for the axle that needs it.

Shaft is engraved with wind.

Motors are Matched for Maximum Performance...Dyno tuned to be in sync with each other.


Here are the specs

2 Magnet High Torque Can
Standup Brushes
3mm Armature
7.5mm Comm
45 Turns of Dual 24.5 AWG Wire

In the event there is a mad rush for these, I will be taking orders from existing Team Brood Customers first. I hope everyone understands in the event a few get turned away. Other than, in order of request on the thread is how they will be given out.....a PM from me confirms your pair.

Motors will ship on the appx on August 25th.

No Coupon Codes, No Dealers, No Group Discounts, No Team Discounts.. ...though lap dances from hot chicks may sway me.

Here are some pics for your pleasure!






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Old 08-15-2010, 03:09 PM   #2
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VERY nice Eddie!
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Old 08-15-2010, 03:15 PM   #3
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Sounds great! I will take a pair. Let me know when you know
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Old 08-15-2010, 03:23 PM   #4
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I'd jump on these if I didn't already have a pair of your 35x2 Warrior LE's through JP.
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Old 08-15-2010, 05:57 PM   #5
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Only 15 left.....better hurry:P

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Old 08-15-2010, 11:31 PM   #6
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12 left.....didn't expect to sell 8 in one day!

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Old 08-17-2010, 03:54 PM   #7
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11 sets left......open to anyone now, as Team Brood Customers have had their few days to gobble them up..

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How do you think these would work on a Super MOA? Should i get in on these or hope you do some of the quad magnet motors in Double. Still dont have motors for my super project.... i am a slacker.
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These would work great in a super....45t is my most popular wind for a super.....these are just a normal 45t on crack....

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10 sets left.....


I would like to note, that one of my competitors has took it upon himself to makes some claims regarding how winding an armature works...

I've posted multiple times on how packing on more copper correctly produces a more powerful motor. I've shown results, along with posting all the math.

Changing the Arm blank can also have effects....going down blank sizes is not just so we can fit on bigger wire, we do that all the time on the same size blanks, like our regular 35t is wound with 21 AWG on a 5mm blank, while everyone else uses 21.5 AWG....

I guess maybe the other company should work on at least soldering on the brushes, instead of leaving the eyelet brushes on that came from japan......or better yet, try actually winding building the motor yourself before you act like YOU actually do anything other than put your sticker on it.

Sorry for the rant...

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I will hopefully place an order in the next couple days for a set of these. I have heard of the power of thr Br00d motors and need to try it for myself. I was bummed when my order for a pair of 40t CreepT's couldn't be filled over a year ago because of you know what, I am glad that you are back making motors, I may get the urge to buy more if these are as impressive as I have heard they are. Keep up the good work bud, you know we like big power!
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Best on the market for sure! I will ONLY run Team Brood motors in my compers... If I didnt already have some of your killer 40t's, Id grab some.
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I don't mean to clutter up the thread w/ a dozen posts, but are these dual or quad magnet cans? In this thread it says 2 magnet cans, but in the giveaway in the XR10 section it says they are Quad magnet cans. Thanks.
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These are two magnet cans.....the motors being give away are an entirely different motor...different can, arm, etc...

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just sent you some mula, Thanks for these!
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I would like to note, that one of my competitors has took it upon himself to makes some claims regarding how winding an armature works...

I've posted multiple times on how packing on more copper correctly produces a more powerful motor. I've shown results, along with posting all the math.

...

I guess maybe the other company should work on at least soldering on the brushes, instead of leaving the eyelet brushes on that came from japan......or better yet, try actually winding building the motor yourself before you act like YOU actually do anything other than put your sticker on it.

Sorry for the rant...

Later EddieO
I couldn't agree more! More copper density always gets better results. Now who is this company that is claiming to be building their motors all in-house?

Motors have a sweet spec list Eddie, 20 lucky souls indeed! You guys will be getting one nice bit of kit with these.
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pm sent!
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I'll take a set please! pm sent.
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Old 08-19-2010, 05:56 AM   #20
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Please put me down for a set Eddie. I'll PM you too. Thanks!


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