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  1. #1
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    Post Going BRUSHLESS!!!

    Hi everybody I'm going brushless. Options are:Tekin RX8/1700kv 4038
    MMM/1800kv or 2200kv
    Xerun 150a/2000kv
    V-Twin
    Something I just thought about would be dual vxl esc's with 2 Novak Ballistic 13.5t or 17.5t motors... then you have 6s, waterproof, and brushless... just put a little liquid tape around the sensor plug on esc
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    +1 on the XERun, just don't run it on 6s, the Hobbywing Rotors explode, from what I heard. I've got their 80A ESC in my Emaxx, and it HAULS. I can't imagine putting a more powerful setup in my truck. BTW, get better tires. Mine shredded it's tires in a few runs at high speed on 16.8V NiMH.
    E-Maxx 3905 BL 2.4GHz
    Revo 3.3

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    Wow I'm really wanting to run 6s so what about one of these combo's:http://204.186.93.64/BrushlessMotorS...-Hobbywing.htm
    Will yours do awsome wheelies and backflips?
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    Xerun E-Maxx
    HT Aftershock

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    The revolver XL motors look suspiciously like the Hobbywing motors. Odd. I'd be cautious. Worse comes to worse, get the 150A ESC and a Neu / CC motor.
    E-Maxx 3905 BL 2.4GHz
    Revo 3.3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustang63
    Hi everybody I'm going brushless. Options are:Tekin RX8/1700kv 4038
    MMM/1800kv or 2200kv
    Xerun 150a/2000kv
    V-Twin
    Something I just thought about would be dual vxl esc's with 2 Novak Ballistic 13.5t or 17.5t motors... then you have 6s, waterproof, and brushless... just put a little liquid tape around the sensor plug on esc
    Dual vxl escs & motors for waterproof = yes, but nothign is ever truelly waterproof.
    Dual vxl escs & novak motors = no, 540 tc motors in an mt will not do all that well, plus running 2 sensored systems side by side will be a hassle.
    Last edited by cooleocool; 10-10-2010 at 02:42 PM.
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