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Default replacing motor bearings, do brca allow?

hi, looking for some clarification,
I'm looking at purchasing a new motor for the upcoming indoor winter series, the motor I want Is on the brca list, the company also sells uprated bearings to fit the motors, I just wanted to know if this would then deem the motor illegal? ive looked on the brca website and I think its allowed, just wondered if anyone has crossed this bridge before?

thanks in advance.
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Option parts are listed with motor if not listed not legal
Only rotors are optional as far as I know

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i just had a reply from the b.r.c.a directly, and apparently, yes you can change the bearings, as a direct replacement or upgrade. as long as they are the same size as the originals.
jus in case anyone else wanted to know!
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