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January 13, 2009

Trinity Cost Oriented Technology

Trinity have introduced a new C.O.T. class which stands for Cost Oriented Technology. Created for racers that just want to show up and race without worrying if they have the latest and greatest technology to be competitive. It is a great new option for tracks and large events that want controlled handout style racing, at an economical price. The C.O.T. Power Package includes a blue hard-cased 3200mah 30C Intellect LiPo pack with a Deans connector (R.O.A.R. legal) and a specially designed 13.5T or 21.5T Pulse brushless motor (R.O.A.R. approved) developed by Trinity, featuring a one-of-a-kind marked shaft and fixed timing adjustments, making tech inspection easy and giving race directors the freedom to set timing rules to fit their racing programs. For the Snowbirds there is a C.O.T. class for oval, and road, with oval using the 21.5 motor and Touring using a 13.5 motor.

Source: Trinity [teamtrinity.com]



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