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Thread: NEW "ATOM" armatures from Model Electromotive LLC

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    NEW "ATOM" armatures from Model Electromotive LLC

    MODEL ELECTROMOTIVE
    Manufacturer of “ATOM” slot car armatures
    2011 Products Price List


    (Click on pdf link for price sheet and part#'s)

    Model Electromot&#10.pdf


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    Bill Bugenis would like to announce the release of Model Electromotive's "ATOM" armatures.
    These armatures are produced by Bill on the equipment and laminations formerly used to produce Viper Arms. With the exception of stamping the laminations, all operations are carried out in house to assure the highest quality and consistency possible. The coms are produced on the same tooling and use the same resin that has been used by a top manufacture of GP7 and Eurosport armatures.

    Bill takes pride in what he produces. He wants to assure racers and racing organizations that he can and will provide a steady supply with equal availability to all.

    ATOM ARMS are now available retail from Grand Prix Model Raceway
    and wholesale to raceways from GPMR Distributing
    518-887-2415 Please leave a message on the machine with a daytime phone number
    and someone will get back to you.

    Bill and Lou both encourage all racers to buy from their local raceway!!!!!!
    Last edited by Lou Pirro; 08-04-2011 at 02:49 PM.

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    Nice looking arms Lou and Bill!

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    These are very good arms. I have 1 contender and one X-12 and I would consider both to be on par with my best arms from other manufacturers.
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    What happened to Viper Jerry?

    Archie
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    He sold most everything to Bill.
    Michael Mazur
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    Lou, Is Bill using the same comm's he uses on his cobalt arms?
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    Ray:
    Yes. The com shells are produced on the screw machine that Gunther Faas used to produce coms for RJR (machined shell not stamped), ProSlot and PK.
    While Dan Miller fills his own coms, Bills are done on the same machine with the same resin.

    Thanks for the inquiry-
    Lou

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    Some clear (read in focus) photographs would be nice
    Zippity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou Pirro View Post
    Ray:
    Yes. The com shells are produced on the screw machine that Gunther Faas used to produce coms for RJR (machined shell not stamped), ProSlot and PK.
    While Dan Miller fills his own coms, Bills are done on the same machine with the same resin.

    Thanks for the inquiry-
    Lou
    Lou, please give me a call, see PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zippity View Post
    Some clear (read in focus) photographs would be nice
    Zip:
    I am just a poor raceway owner with an old camera.
    I will try to get better photos and update the ad.

    Thanks for the suggestion-
    MaryBeth Pirro

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    sorry, didn't mean to upset you.

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    I've had a chance to test one of the new 560dia 16-D arms in a blueprinted FX set up. I was very impressed to say the least!!
    In fact I wanted to send the motor to Bill so he could do some testing on it himself, but I think he may be way ahead of me lol.

    I've always been a big fan of RJR arms and was hoping these were as good as some of the original Viper arms I've had. If the motor
    I just built is any indication, I'm going to be a very happy camper, as I feel it's as good if not better than some of my better Viper motors I've built in the past.

    Great job, and I can't wait to see what the future holds !!
    Vic
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    I hope they get them accepted by the various race groups! John
    Racing now at Wanker Valley Raceway and awaiting puppies!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brassrodman View Post
    I hope they get them accepted by the various race groups! John
    Time will tell John, but I think once Bill gets enough of these out there for testing and the racers and builders have a chance to try these,
    they just might become the new craze.
    As I mentioned above, I was pretty impressed with the 16-D I just did.

    I can't wait to try the Contender and X-12 arms. I've just got to build some set ups to try them in.

    Vic
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    These arms are legal for the Garden State ISRA series sanctioned races.

    For anyone that was at the ISRA Championship race this past July, there were stacks of these arms in the case...
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