Godzilla Rotor Zapping

Dec 21, 2012 No Comments by

Trinity now offers a rotor “recharging” service to help give new life to your old rotors. Check out all the details in the press release below:

Trinity is now offering “rotor re-charging”. Based off of our world-renowned slot car zapper which has the capability of charging “samarium cobalt magnets,” we have rebuilt this with proper jigs and alignments to charge rotors.

Basically a rotor is like a glass of water….You can only charge or fill to the top of the glass. The meaning is if a rotor has a strength of 1424 this is the maximum we can charge. So the service is perfect for tired or very used rotors. This service can possibly recharge them to the parameters when you first purchased them.

When we receive your rotor (must come in a tube with the foam inserts), we will first check the strength and write it on the tube with an orange sticker. We will then re-charge to its capacity and write the new readings on the blue sticker.

We cannot guarantee numbers, percentages, etc.

Cost of the service is $5.00 and will be shipped by return UPS.

*4 rotor minimum…….you pay all shipping back.

Only payment method accepted is via credit card. Send you name, address, phone number, email address, credit card number, expiration date, name on card, and 3 numbers on the back of the card….We only accept Visa and Master-Card.

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