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Old 09-22-2013, 12:11 PM   #1
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I'm ordering a new tekin system today I've made my mind up on that, it's going in a rc8.2 but... Do I go with 1900 or 2050 or 2250 I'm only using 4s 5000mah 35c, I go to some small tracks and some big tracks, only race don't bash but do like jumps. Just want to have enough power
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1900 is the best all around on 4s. There isn't going to be a night and day difference between 1900 and 2050.
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1900 is plenty. I had the 1900 Tekin in my 1/8 buggy and it was more than enough for any track I went to.
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I was reading that the 2 motors have different winds that the 1900 is better but I didn't understand it
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The 1900 is a Y wind and the 2050 is a D wind. Y wind is more efficient and responds better to timing.
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Please use the similar thread you started yesterday.

1800kv enough?? rc8.2e
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