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Just what exactly is "reconditioning", you might ask, and what exactly can it do for my tired power plant? Reconditioning consists of a few basic procedures that will restore your motor to new, or often even better then new, condition.
How do you tell when your motor is due for reconditioning? Here's a list of some signs and tips for what to look for:
If your motor slows suddenly, or smells funny, stop it immediately. In some cases it may already be too late, but often it can be saved. This could be a sign that your armature has gotten too hot, and the commutator becomes distorted. Check the commutator for discoloration, arcing, or "trenching". It also could be caused by the brushes "hanging up", or the brush springs getting too hot and losing their temper. This doesn't mean their angry...it just means the metal isn't as springy any more. In any of these cases, the motor is due for a rebuild.
If your motor has raced in several races, or you can't even remember how long it's been since you last rebuilt it....it's probably due for a rebuild. Check it for dirt & grime, brush wear, and commutator wear. The lifespan varies a lot for different types of motors and different racing conditions.
"Glue" racing takes its toll on your fragile little torque monster. It's a tremendous strain on a motor to try to pull out of a quicksand-like puddle of glop at such tremendous speeds. In high-powered group 7 racing with glue, you're lucky if you get a few heats out of a motor before it goes south. Group 27's can run a whole race, depending on conditions. Group 12's and 15's can last a few races, depending on the track, power, and glue conditions. Racing 16D's on a glued-up track is risky, or even stupid, in my opinion.
"Spray-glue" racing is much easier on motors, as the motor is not being forced to accelerate out of such drastic bogs. Eurosport motors can last for a few races, but should be checked, if not rebuilt for each race. Group cars can last several races in spray glue conditions.
"No-glue" racing is by far the easiest on motor life. You have to actually remember to check over your motors routinely, as it may be easy to neglect your poor over-worked motor, and leave it in too long. I have 1/32nd scale cars that I race on club tracks, and they last an entire race season. Some of the more anal racers even keep notes to keep track of their motors performance and maintenance schedules. Check mainly for sludge and wear. You can even use a "spray bomb" electronics cleaning spray, or lighter fluid to keep them clean. Be carefull not to use anything that has an oily base. Dirt and grime are your motor's mortal enemies.
All motor services begin with cleaning. Face it, your motor's usually pretty cruddy by the time you decide to recondition, so obviously the motor services need to have some efficient ways to strip away the grime. They use ultrasonic cleaners, the same as a jeweler uses, to clean your little gems. Special solvents are used as well, to make them all good and clean. The shafts are cleaned to get rid of solder, as this could effect the balancing. When they're all done, they put on a nice coat of armature dye to prevent rust, and put them in a nice little protective tube.
Armatures are balanced using fairly expensive and specialized balancing machines. They are "dynamically" balanced, meaning that they are balanced basically in all directions. A strobe light pinpoints the heavy sides, and they are marked and drilled to remove a small amount of material until they are balanced. Theories vary greatly on how crucial the need is for balancing. Many say that armatures experience a "shift" when they are new, and require a rebalance after breaking them in the first time. The need for armature balance also varies proportionately with the speed of racing you're doing. Obviously, the more RPM's you motor's expected to do, the more effect balance has on it. On a short track, you may not ever be able to detect any difference in performance due to armature balance. On a King track, many racers wouldn't dare consider not running a freshly balanced arm.
Commutator trueing is more widely considered essential, can greatly improve the performance of your motor, and actually can increase an armature's lifespan. This is done on extremely precision jeweler quality lathes, using diamond bit cutting tools. Even though there is a limit to how many times a commutator can be cut before it runs out of material, it is much worse if you run it until your brushes wear a "trench" in it. Exactly how many recuts can be done can vary as well, depending on how out of round, worn, or trenched it is when you get it retrued. Lifespan is also effected by how deep a cut the service makes, but believe me, all the services listed here take much pride in their ability to take the smallest cut possible.
Several motor services offer engraving. This is handy to label the wire size - & number of turns (ie: 38t-26) on your armatures, or to put your initials or other identifying marks on them. Just don't expect them to fit your drivers license number, social security number, the 23rd Psalm, or your favorite Pearl Jam lyrics on your favorite little precious toy car armature! OK?
Some of the services offer "stack grinding". This involves turning down the armature stack on a precision lathe to a specified smaller diameter. Sometimes this is done to achieve a larger air gap between the arm and the magnets, resulting in more top end, or different power curve. Sometimes it is to merely use an armature in a set-up made with a narrower air gap. It is also done to true the stack, similar to the comm. cutting, as it is possible for the stack to become out of round as well. Have a look at the individual company info for more on this.
Several of the services will "ZAP" your magnets for you. This is done with a magnetizer, which is a very heavy box full of wire spooled around an iron core, with heads ground to match your magnets curvature. They are usually wired to humungous capacitors that store up the electricity, and then discharge with a huge "ZAP!" sound...hence the name. Gauss Meters are used to measure and match the strength of the magnets. Magnet "zapping", or remagnetizing, again is a very subjective area. Basically, the stronger your magnets, the more acceleration and brakes your motor will have. It's also true that stronger magnets result in less "top end", or straight-away speed. This, of course, is affected, and can be tuned, by a whole slug of other factors; such as: air gap, brush tension, armature wind, gear ratio, tire size, body aerodynamics, glue conditions, sun spots, alien autopsy results, government conspiracies, fad-of-the-week, etc...
"Honing" is done with diamond coated tools that come in a variety of sizes. This accomplishes a couple of things. First of all, it enlarges the "air gap", or space between your armature and magnets, to a desired amount. If your armature is .513" diameter, and your magnets are honed to .525", then you've got a .012" "air gap" (or .006" per side). More gap generaly results in more top end and less punch & brakes, and vice versa. Theories vary greatly on what the optimum air gap should be for each particular situation; - but this is another way of achieving perfomance variables, along with all the others mentioned. Second, honing assures that your armature is in the center of the magnetic field. Since the hone's shaft goes through the bearings, it's going to guarantee that your little hummer isn't off-center & scraping on one magnet. Since these hones are diamond coated and precision made, you can buy them - but they aint cheap, so unless you're building a lot of motors it makes since to let the pro's do it for you. Several of the listed vendors offer honing among their services.
"Blueprinting" is a term that's been coined and widely used to basically describe setting up the motor properly. The steps involved in "blueprinting" may vary somewhat by vendor. For the most part, it involves setting up the motor with the proper brush springs, tension, magnet gap, brush hood alignment, bearing alignment, and armature spacing. Some may include reconditioning services and/or magnet zapping as part of their blueprinting. I have included some references briefly to blueprinted motors in the vendor listings, as it is usually offered as a new over-the-counter product, rather then as a service. I consider rebuilding of used motors as a "custom" motor building service, and separate from "blueprinting" new motors.
Custom Motor Rebuilding:
Many of the motor services offer various custom motor building or rebuilding services. This is basically fairly self explanatory, but actually varies a lot between companies. The smaller companies, in general, tend to offer more specialized custom services due to the tremendous time factor involved in motor building. Since this varies, I'll let you read about what custom services are offered from each individual company's info in their respective sections.
Hey, I've got my journalist hat on, and am just here to let you know what's available, not recommend one over the other! And besides, none of them have ever even tried to bribe me to say otherwise! ;-) Seriously, though, I've been racing slot cars since 1960 (ugh, I'm old!), and these motor services are comprised of some of the top experts in the history of the sport, and most have been around every since I can remember (no...not last week!). The quality of workmanship and service is first rate, or they wouldn't have stayed in business so long. The services, procedures, and prices are well established, and are pretty consistant from one vendor to another. Most racers choose based on loyalty towards a particular company's products or people. Others choose strictly based on who's closest to them. If you hear any recommendations otherwise, it's most likely just a reflection of the loyalty factor. They all do a fine job. You decide!
Following are listings of each company's motor services offered, in alphabitical order:
The following listing of slot car motor service providers - was compiled using information obtained from their web sites. Please note that I can not update this information as frequently as the service providers, so always check on their web site, or contact the vendors, for the most current and up to date information.
More and more racers who have a choice are going with Alpha armature reconditioning and motor services. The most discriminating racers in every class of racing are winning with Alpha. P.A. Watson has used Alpha's Armature Reconditioning and motor services in winning 4 National Championships. Isn't it time you find out why?
Alpha Products is dedicated to providing excellent workmanship and outstanding service. Our policy is to do all we can to insure customer satisfaction. We take the lightest cut on the commutator which will true it. In nearly all cases, the work will be done and returned to you by First Class Mail, in the same working day.
If you are willing to pay the extra cost, even faster return is possible with United Parcel Service Next Day Air or Second Day Air delivery. Please include complete instructions, payment, your return address and phone number. (We can't always read the return address on the outside of the package.) When sending reconditioning please use the proper address and protect your merchandise by using a padded envelope or small box.
We now accept VISA & MasterCard for our motor services only. When using VISA or MasterCard, include your credit card number and expiration date. A receipt will be sent back to you with your order.
|We will race condition your armatures with the loving care they deserve. Our attention to details and our service will impress you. So will the performance you get when your armatures are reconditioned at Alpha! Reconditioning includes removing rust from shafts and stacks, ultrasonic cleaning to remove carbon, diamond truing the commutator, precision dynamic balancing, dye and return in new tubes by First Class mail. Be sure to check your package for the latest news and updates!|
|COMMUTATOR TRUE ONLY (per armature)||$2.50|
|BALANCE ONLY (per armature) For unbalanced armatures, or if you true you own comms.||$2.50|
|CHECK BALANCE (per armature)||$1.50|
CHECK RESISTANCE (per armature)
|You get 3 ohm readings... one for each pole of the armatures.|
|STACK GRIND (up to .010 reduction per arm)||$2.50|
|...........................(up to .020 reduction per arm)||$5.00|
|SHORTEN SPACER (per armature)||$1.00|
|SHORTEN COMMUTATOR (per armature)||$1.50|
|Please note that this may not be possible on all arms. Works well only for comms with broach cut or EDM cut channels running the length of the comm.|
|MAGNET ZAPPING (any type magnets per pair)||$2.00|
|Make your magnets as good as they can be. Bring any type magnet to its full potential. We can reverse polarity (magnets are always zapped the same polarity they are unless "reverse" is specified.) Send can/magnet assembly only (no endbell please).|
|GAUSS READING (per pair)||$1.00|
|Our gauss meter can measure the strength of the magnetic field of magnets in or out of the can. Gauss readings are useful for matching magnets. Before and after (zap) readings will tell if your magnets lost strength ($2.00 for before and after readings)|
|ASSEMBLY - REPAIR||CALL|
|Paul Pfeiffer will assemble or repair your motor setup. If the needed parts are from another manufacturer, they must be supplied.|
|UPS NEXT DAY AIR RETURN (U.S. only)||$44.50|
|For fastest possible return. Please enclose street address! (UPS will not deliver to a P.O. box).|
|UPS SECOND DAY AIR (U.S. only)||$24.00|
|Please enclose street address! (UPS will not deliver to a P.O. box).|
|UPS GROUND SERVICE RETURN (U.S. only)||$9.00|
|Please enclose street address! (UPS will not deliver to a P.O. box).|
Motor service orders returned to you by U.P.S. are automatically insured for up to $100.00 value. If additional insurance is required, please include $0.50 per each additional $100.00 value.
|RETURN BY FIRST CLASS MAIL (U.S. only)||FREE|
|RETURN BY PRIORITY MAIL (U.S. only)||$4.00|
All correspondence and motor service work should be sent to the following address with a few exceptions:
When using Express Mail, UPS, Fed-Ex, or other non-postal delivery services, please use the following street address:
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Balance By BEUF provides reconditioning & rebalance services from Super 16Ds to Opens. As well as repairs, rebuilds, magnet zapping, custom built bodies and more for Box Stock - Group 7. Try our services today. You won't be disappointed!
|Full Recondition and Rebalance|
Ceramic or Cobalt Magnets
|Magnet Repair and Renovation|
ask for quote
All products and services include free technical support from Paul "BEUF" Pedersen, who has over 30 years slot racing experience to help guide you to the winner's circle!
Balance by Beuf
104 E. Fairview Ave. #230
Meridian, ID 83642
Hours: (Pacific Time)
Mon - Fri: 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
Sat: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
C and D can motors
Ceramic magnets only
|Armature Re-Epoxying and Tag Replacement|
including rebalance and re-true
Shipping for anything is always
at actual cost.
Charge cards now accepted by phone.
Please include reasonable amounts and instructions to avoid delays.
Technical info is always free, just a phone call or e-mail away!
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Camen has been in the business of providing the highest quality motor components and services to the most discriminating racers for over a quarter century. During that time, our motor components have 13 times captured the coveted U.S. National Championship in the hotly contested Professional Unlimited motor class, as well as countless lesser titles. During this quarter century our equipment and craftsmen have set the standard by which others are measured, and this tradition continues uninterrupted.
The Legendary CAMEN Motor and Armature reconditioning and Repair services are among the very finest offered to the sport of Slot Car Racing.
We are proud to offer the following services:
|Standard retrue and recondition||$5.00|
|Armature reconditioning is $5 per armature and in addition to the most accurate balancing available in the industry, we offer (at no additional charge) our exclusive "Horizontal Drill" drilling technique that minimizes potential high speed crown destruction that is so prevelant with the latest blank designs.|
|Grind laminations and recondition (.010" or less) (in addition to recondition cost)||$7.50|
|Remagnetize (ceramic or cobalt - setups or magnets)||$2.50|
|Grind EuroSport Armature Shaft to 1.5mm||$5.00|
|Contact Joel for Motor Repairs or Rebuilds||
To take advantage of our services, ship to:
Camen Racing ~
2874 Red House Rd ~ Appomattox, VA 24522
For the finishing touch only Camen can provide
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FAST ONES has a vast assortment of motors and components. Their line of extensive, over-the-counter "blueprinted" motors, parts, accessories, and tools can be accessed on their complete online catalog at their web site via the link below, and are available at your local raceways.
FAST ONES is the Slot Car Products division of Hershman Enterprises. A complete menu of motor services is available through Motor Dynamics, listed below, which is the Motor Services division of Hershman Enterprises.
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REBALANCE & SERVICES
Armature recondition: Armature recondition: We have the finest comm truer custom designed and built by Koford featuring ball slides and supporting the armature shaft 360į instead of using V blocks to produce a much more precise and truely round commutator as well as a brand new balancer which is the most sensitive digital balancer in slot car racing. Our service has been used by countless Natís winners, Top qualifiers, and used to set total lap and single lap World records. We are careful not to excessively drill your arms when balancing! Treat your armatures to the best. Our service includes cleaning, diamond true, ultra precision balancing, and fast service. Arms should be sent in padded envelope or box only. We accept Master Card and Visa payment and return shipments are by mail or UPS (extra cost) $4.00 ea.
True comm only: True comm only, for unbalanced arm racing classes. $2.00 ea.
Grind stacks, .010" diameter reduction max.: Specify diameter. After running on high power or if allowed to free rev or if broken in on excessive voltage open arms will grow in diameter due to centrifugal force and require grinding to the original diameter to maintain magnet clearance. $1.00 ea.
Grind stacks, more than .010" diameter reduction: specify diameter. $2.00 ea.
Engrave stacks after grinding: $.50
Remagnetize magnets: All cobalts and ceramics. Send magnets in can only. Send in box only, not envelope to avoid crushing by the shipper. $3.00 ea.
Gauss readings after remagnetizing magnets: $2.00
1441 Dorcey Rd. ~ Winchester, OH 45697
updated - 12/09/11
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THIS INCLUDES; CLEANING, RETRUE COMM, CLEAN STACKS/SHAFTS, PRECISION REBALANCE RE-DYE AND RETURN IN A PROTECTIVE TUBE.
|16-D ARMATURE RECONDITION
FOR UNBALANCED 16-D/CHALLENGER/CONTENDER ARMS. CLEAN, RETRUE COMM CLEAN STACKS/SHAFTS, RE-DYE AND RETURN IN A PROTECTIVE TUBE.
|CERAMIC MAGNET ZAPPING
IN OR OUT OF THE CAN. PRICE IS PER PAIR.
|COBALT MAGNET ZAPPING
IN OR OUT OF THE CAN. PRICE IS PER PAIR.
|MAGNET GAUSS READINGS
READINGS TAKEN BEFORE AND AFTER ZAPPING.
|ARMATURE STACK GRINDING
PRECISION GRIND ARMATURE TO YOUR REQUESTED DIAMETER.
|MOTOR SERVICE FOR BALANCED ARMS
COMPLETE MOTOR REBUILD INCLUDES; CLEAN MOTOR/ARM REALIGN AND BLUEPRINT SETUP, RECONDITION ARM, ZAP MAGNETS, REASSEMBLE, INSTALL NEW SUPER II BRUSHES AND SPRINGS AND RUN IN. *SHUNTS & INSULATION REPLACED IF NEEDED. ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR OILITE AND BALL BEARING REPLACEMENT. NEW OR OLD MOTORS.
|MOTOR SERVICE FOR 16-D TYPE MOTORS
SAME SERVICE AS ABOVE EXCEPT NO REBALANCING. ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR OILITE REPLACEMENT SAME PRICE FOR NEW OR OLD MOTORS. COMPLETE REBUILD AND BLUEPRINT.
|MAGNET INSTALLATION NO HONING
CERAMIC OR COBALT MAGNETS EPOXIED IN YOUR CAN. SET-UP RE-ZAPPED BEFORE RETURN.
|MAGNET INSTALLATION WITH HONING
CERAMIC OR COBALT MAGNETS EPOXIED IN YOUR CAN. HONED TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS AND RE-ZAPPED.
YOUR SET-UP HONED TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS AND RE-ZAPPED.
WE OFFER MORE CUSTOM SERVICES
CALL FOR PRICING INFO.
ALL MOTOR SERVICES ARE PREPAID. WE ALSO ACCEPT VISA OR M/C.
MOTOR DYNAMICS ~ 744 N. 600 WEST ~ KOKOMO, IN 46901
PH (765) 456-1885 ~ FAX (765) 457-4086
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We at Prime Racing take the same care of your equiptment as we do our own. We Diamond true your commutators removing as little material as possible so we extend the life of your armatures. We use what we feel to be the best Micro Dynamic Balancing Equiptment in the industry, and take your armature Balance tolerance down lower than anyone else in the industry.
Mark Schlussman - Prime Racing
Armature Reconditioning Services Superior Plus Armature Balance ( High Performance ) $3.00 Commutator Resurfacing only (Includes ultrasonic cleaning and dye) $2.00 Resistance Reading of Armature only $1.00 Read Armature Timing only $1.00 Magnet ZAP / Reading Services Re-magnitize to their full potential $1.00 Gauss Readings ( Before or After ) $1.00 Gauss Readings ( Before and After ) $1.50 Tire Services Tire Hardness "Durometer" Readings $.50/pair 5 Pair Minimum SHIPPING & HANDLING (USA ONLY-outside call for prices) 1st class mail [Priority] USA Only $5.00 Express Mail Next Day Shipping USA Only (up to 8 oz.) $13.00 No Charge Free return shipping with 10 or more armatures [1st class only] $0
Volume Discounts Available ( upon request ) Raceway Discounts Available Prime Racing 402 Jericho Turnpike New Hyde Park, NY 11040 (516) 775-8633 or (516) 488-0455 E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.primeracer.com/
updated - 09/13/05
If you don't know us already PRI has been in the SlotCar business since 1994. We started the with the idea of bringing Wing Car Racers the quality and performance that the factory Pro's demanded. After a short time building for those high end racers, we expanded into armature "reconditioning" and cobalt & ceramic magnet zapping. We purchased equipment with new, state-of-the-art technology and set the new standard in the armature reconditioning business. We now have stack grinding equipment and electronic tools for testing and measuring motor components. We do it all. Since we started there have been many others come and go. Even now we continue to give the best service and the "Best Balance" that is available anywhere. "If we can't improve on the armature balance, then there is no charge for that work".
|Full Recondition||Ultrasonic cleaning, scrubbing, spin dry, strip shafts, buff stacks, comm cut, balance, new tube||$3.50|
|Commutator Truing Only||$1.00|
|Balance Only||If we have to clean, dye, or strip solder from the shaft to do a proper balance||$2.75|
|Stack Truing||Per every .005 or less We have a new stack grinder that has great tolerances and wait till you see the finish on your armatures, ROUND is definetly better !||$1.50|
|Cap Commutator||we will cap or "ring". Your choice||$3.50|
|Engraving||Just tell us what you want||$.25|
|Resistance #'s||Written on the tube||$1.50|
|Inductance #'s||Written on the tube||$1.50|
|Combo #'s||Resistance and Inductance readings on one armature / Written on the tube||$2.50|
|Commutator Timing||Written on the tube||$1.50|
|Balance Readings||Written on the tube||$.50|
|Cobalt or Ceramic Zap||Minimum 2 hits. We use the proper slugs during zapping which give a better charge. If you don't tell us the hole size we will do the zapping just like everyone else. Our machine is the same industrial built equipment that the major Cobalt Magnet factories use.||$1.50|
Please don't forget the cost of the return freight
What is a Full Recondition?
...If we can't improve on the balance of an armature then there is no charge for that work !!!...
|1.||First we clean your armatures in the Ultra-Sonic Cleaner. We use a chemical that does not harm the epoxy, insulation, or any of the armature components.|
|2.||Next, your arms are scrubbed clean under clean water to remove anything that the ultrasonic didn't loosen.|
|3.||Your armatures are then spin dried and the shafts are stripped of solder and the stacks are lightly polished|
|4.||Time to cut the commutator. We have a custom made production machine that keeps an extremely close tolerance for roundness.|
|5.||The next major step is to balance the arm. Our spec is lower than anyone we know in the business. We spend the time, have the equipment and of course over 7 years experience. You know who is doing the work - it is me !|
|6.||Some dye to prevent rusting and a new tube completes the process 7. Package and Ship your product back to you. We do this work every day so your reconditioning should be done within 24-48 hours of getting here. Our standard freight policy is FedEx three day delivery with no signature required for drop off and no additional insurance. If you want more than $100 insurance please indicate that on a note in the package. If you would like to use US Post Office Priority mail, please indicate that with the insurance amount you would like, For any package we may insure at our discretion.|
Proformance Racing Inc.
530 Morning Mist Court ~ Kimball Bridge Crossing ~ Alpharetta, GA 30022
9 AM - 5 PM EST Mon. - Fri.
Ph: 770-663-6351 ~ Fax: 770-663-6351
updated - 09/13/05
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We race condition any brand armature with the same quality service.
Every armature is ultrasonically cleaned, diamond trued, and precision rebalanced. We will take the lightest cut possible to true your commutator and we recalibrate our machine for each armature. All orders with 6 or more armatures are returned by U.S. Priority Mail (usually delivered within 3 days). Orders with less than 6 armatures are returned by First Class Mail. For faster return, enclose the proper amount for Overnight Shipping.
We accept Visa or MasterCard for our reconditioning services. Include your name as it appears on the card, credit card number, expiration date, phone number, billing address and shipping address. Your receipt will be sent back with your armatures.
|When sending 6 to 10 armatures||$3.50|
|Full Standard discount to commercial raceways for 10 or more armatures|
|Grind Stacks up to .010 reduction||$1.00|
|Grind Stacks greater than .010 reduction||$2.00|
|Remagnetize Ceramic magnets in or out of the can, including R/C Magnets||$1.25|
|Resistance and Induction readings done on each armature and marked on the tubes||$1.50|
ProSlot Home Page
Pro Slot Ltd. - 687 Lincoln Lake Rd. - Lowell, MI. 49331
PH: (616) 897-6000 - FAX: (616) 897-6052
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|Motor Rebuild||$15.00 plus parts|
|Motor Repair and Custom Motor Building||Please call or E-mail|
Lee Gilbert's SpeedShop
23319 SE 219th St
Maple Valley , WA 98038
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This listing of slot car motor service providers - was compiled using information obtained from their web sites. Please note that I can not update this information as frequently as the service providers, so always check on their web site, or contact the vendors, for the most current and up to date information.
Motor Services Web Links
Alpha Balance by Beuf Best O' The West Proformance Camen Fast Ones (email) Koford Prime Racing ProSlot Motor Dynamics (email) SpeedShop
(Note: If no web site currently available, above provides links to email )
Editor's Note: In compiling the information for this article, I have strived to obtain information from all slot car motor service vendors available. If there are are more out there who are not included, they have either not responded, or I'm not aware of them, and by no means intentionally neglected them!
Vendors: If there is another service that would like to be included in this guide, or if your information needs updating, please email me, and I will insert the information.
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