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    1/8th Scale Power Layout - Stampede 4x4

    So just recently switched my electronics around on the pede 4x4. Moved my 150A esc to the front where the receiver normally goes and ditched the old receiver box for a new slash LCG box that fits nicely between the servo and the 1/8 scale motor. Before the esc was so big that I was just strapping it the lipos when I mounted them in, but that gets old quick. Hopefully this setup works well and I don't have to change anything around for a while. Do you guys see a better way of doing it?






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    That is a HUGE ESC!! But that configuration looks great and that is the best way to do it IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATLgator View Post
    That is a HUGE ESC!! But that configuration looks great and that is the best way to do it IMO.
    Yes it is a very big esc for a 1/10 scale truck like this, but man I love the power it can put out!

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    Looks good, I had the same box in my setup.
    Had to use the stock box again though when using the 2200kv.

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    NICE General a thread.

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    Sweet Pede General! Lots of power for both trucks on the thread.
    Last edited by maximum; 03-16-2016 at 09:10 PM.

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    It has been a while since I showed some love to the forums and looks like I'm getting back into the rc game. This is the setup that I have. It seems a bit crowded but there is plenty of space for everything to stay cool keeping in mind I'm running 4S. I like my layout since everything is staying on its original place and I'm using a shroud to cover my components from dirt and debris.


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    I ran a 4S hard case like that for awhile, I liked how nicely it fit in the battery tray, and the insane power you could it out of it lol

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. GeneralPede01's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by maximum View Post
    Sweet Pede General! Lots of power for both trucks on the thread.
    Thanks, indeed there is plenty of power on either one of these trucks. More than enough power lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinuhe_0123 View Post
    It has been a while since I showed some love to the forums and looks like I'm getting back into the rc game. This is the setup that I have. It seems a bit crowded but there is plenty of space for everything to stay cool keeping in mind I'm running 4S. I like my layout since everything is staying on its original place and I'm using a shroud to cover my components from dirt and debris.

    I like the idea of the esc on its side like that.
    Just need one more rc, then Ill be done...

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