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Old 04-18-2013, 10:04 AM   #3391
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Nope. Same specs as the scte pro and hobbywing 120a. I've used both with a tenshock 5200 and they work great. Guys even use them in 1/8 buggies on 4s. Even the castle mamba monster is only ratedat 120a.
I tried two BH120's with my Sonic 550 ....... no bueno....worked fine with 1/10 buggy with a lrp 8.5.... not very smooth tho....but cheap!!!!
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Old 04-18-2013, 10:17 AM   #3392
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That Activ8 must not have the external power cap. That's where I had the problems getting it to fit. Hate that cap.
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Old 04-18-2013, 10:20 AM   #3393
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That Activ8 must not have the external power cap. That's where I had the problems getting it to fit. Hate that cap.
Yes there are 4 on a protrusion from one side of the case.
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Old 04-18-2013, 11:04 AM   #3394
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Nope. Same specs as the scte pro and hobbywing 120a. I've used both with a tenshock 5200 and they work great. Guys even use them in 1/8 buggies on 4s. Even the castle mamba monster is only ratedat 120a.
You would be correct...You would be supprised how many actually use the SCT Pro due to being a bit more robust yet fairly small so you can tuck it in alot of places on the e-buggys/truggys and running them on 4s
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Old 04-18-2013, 11:34 AM   #3395
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I cant believe you got that ESC to fit, you are the man
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I got the hw sct pro with the 4700kv. compared to my rx8 with a 4.5t reedy and 4.5t tekin its an animal.more power then I think anyone would ever need. the programmer is an awesome feature also very pleased.
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Old 04-18-2013, 02:57 PM   #3397
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I got the hw sct pro with the 4700kv. compared to my rx8 with a 4.5t reedy and 4.5t tekin its an animal.more power then I think anyone would ever need. the programmer is an awesome feature also very pleased.
Just got my hw 4700kv in today to pair w/ my sct pro can't wait to try it out
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Old 04-19-2013, 08:45 AM   #3398
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Here She is. Can't wait to hit the track!
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Old 04-19-2013, 09:00 AM   #3399
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Here She is. Can't wait to hit the track!
Nice set up and truck. Is that the 2.0? Are you running the rebars on a indoor or outdoor track? Also you have the 4PL radio like me have you figured out how to set the lap timer? I cannot figure it out and the manual is vague. I know how to set the reg timer but not the lap list
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Nice set up and truck. Is that the 2.0? Are you running the rebars on a indoor or outdoor track? Also you have the 4PL radio like me have you figured out how to set the lap timer? I cannot figure it out and the manual is vague. I know how to set the reg timer but not the lap list
Yes it's the 2.0. I'm going to run the soft Rebars indoor and the Cityblocks outdoor I think. I used the lap timer once but having to push that button while you're driving is tough so I haven't used it since.
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How many teeth on that pinion?
maybe just the pic but it looks awful big...
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It fits.

That is the same way I mounted my activ8. It is a super tight fit. I moved the battery all the way back and that helped with the fit. Good thing is you don't need a 275mm sensor wire!
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Old 04-19-2013, 09:17 AM   #3403
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How many teeth on that pinion?
maybe just the pic but it looks awful big...
It's a 15t. I think I may drop it down a few for the indoor track.
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The noobs new toy just nneds paint.
Man those castles come with lots of wire probably cut 6 inches out.


Mines just needing a hook up to check the programming.
and paint
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Yes it's the 2.0. I'm going to run the soft Rebars indoor and the Cityblocks outdoor I think. I used the lap timer once but having to push that button while you're driving is tough so I haven't used it since.
If you dont mind can you walk me through how to set it up when you get a chance? You can also set the switch to a comfortable handle switch have you tried that
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