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  1. punkerboy_69

    punkerboy_69 Member

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    what is the difference between a stand up brush and a laydown brush????
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    AzNDRAGster New Member

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    A stand up brush is mostly used in Modified motors and laydown is mostly used in Stock motors. Nowadays they use Laydown brushes all around.
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    Well actually most motors are now using the P-94 brush style since they give the most efficiency without a lot of arching like lay downs or loss of power like standard standing brushes.
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    AzNDRAGster New Member

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    Well P-94 brushes only fit Trinity motors so......
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    Trinity, Epic, Phantom... Keep in mind I also said style not that exact brush set. Kyosho uses 5x5 brushes for some of their motors. But from what I've read and researched the P-94's are the best out there right now.
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    AzNDRAGster New Member

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    I can fit P-94 brushes in a P2K2 stock motor. They work very well after I cut my comm. They give my car more top end.
  7. Rustler14

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    A stand up brush is for MODIFIED Motors and a stand up brush is for STOCK just like whatAZNDRAGSTER
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