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Old 01-22-2008, 10:18 AM   #1
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Default Trinity Duo 13.5 motor, compatiblity with brushless sensorless escs

I am looking at possibly doing a brushless setup in a 1/10 scale vehicle using a sensorless ESC.

Looking at the various info on the board, it appears that there are some issues when using the sensored versions of say a 13.5 or 10.5

I see that trinity makes a Duo motor that can be ran as both sensored and sensorless.

My question is, how well does this work with say a mamba max esc or tekin's version? Are there still issues or does it work fine?

Thanks for the info.
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