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    Post Hobbywing max5 esc combo? Is it good?

    Does the max 5 esc and the 56113SL 800kv motor combined give a lot of power and speed? IDE like to know so I donít buy the wrong system.

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    I don't have the setup that you're asking about, but I have read some posts that some of our guys have written about it. From what I've read, the few guys that have this setup thought it had quite a bit of unusable power. Again from what I've read, it seems like the setup guys like for 8s running is a Max 5 ESC and the Leopard 1100kv motor with 35/46 gearing. I myself, use a XLX-X with a Leopard 1340kv motor with 6s with 29/54 gearing.
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    Hobbywing max5 esc combo? Is it good?

    Wfo Rc Racing sells a complete kit to convert your truck to a bigger motor esc and gears/belt drive

    https://wforcracing.com/

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    Sweet site. I'll put that baby in my "Favorites."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Overpowerxmaxx View Post
    Wfo Rc Racing sells a complete kit to convert your truck to a bigger motor esc and gears/belt drive

    https://wforcracing.com/

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    Their gears are nice,well made,& lighter than fastlanerc gears.
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    Much much lighter there mounts are lighter too and have much more adjustment


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