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Thread: Group 12 motor springs

  1. #1
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    Group 12 motor springs


    What springs are racers using on their G12 motors ?
    I have been using Camen regular and getting good results. My motors finish the race just as fast as at the start but I am wondering if a slightly lighter spring would be faster and still go the distance.

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    Scale or wing?
    Why do I do this to myself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wallbasher View Post
    Scale or wing?
    both scale and wing

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    Camen did sell "light" springs in the past, maybe they still do. If still available, pick up a couple pair to see how they work with your motors.
    I like long walks, especially when they're taken by people who annoy me.

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    3 COIL SPRINGS
    Cahoza springs for G12, Cobalt 12, INT15 motors, made from stainless steel, resists up to 800F, these springs have got the same tension as Red Champion, but the quality and workout is far more professional, packaged 10 pairs per bag 254 bag 26.00


    3 COIL STEEL SPRINGS
    Cahoza springs for G12, Cobalt 12, INT15, G27 motors and G7 qualification motors, made from hardened steel coated with white shiny zinc, withstands 800F, these springs have got 8% more tension than the stainless steel springs, packaged 10 pairs per bag 255 bag 28.00
    Why do I do this to myself?

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    What ever happened to Champion Lights...

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    Champion light springs are still available

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    It's difficult to tell what Parma still has these days. Proslot has the same springs, but without the red coating.
    I like long walks, especially when they're taken by people who annoy me.

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    Pro Slot #605 are the same red coated springs that were previously available as Champion Light #526L
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