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Old 04-06-2013, 05:11 PM   #1756
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The more poles the better
they have more torque and better efficiency
is a 120 a esc ok with that motor?
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is a 120 a esc ok with that motor?
It has all to do the higher rpms/frequency of a 6 pole rather than just amperage.

You better go here with your esc specs and ask the design engineer of Tenshock:

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Old 04-06-2013, 07:58 PM   #1758
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is a 120 a esc ok with that motor?
I think a 150 would be better
but a 120 might get the job done just fine
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Old 04-07-2013, 05:55 PM   #1759
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What are you guys doing for a front bumper with the SNR chassis?
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What are you guys doing for a front bumper with the SNR chassis?
I used the dm1 front bumper, foam and body mounts. I also used the dm1 rear diffuser. All from nitro house. Just looked up the manual for the dm1 to get part numbers.
Works great.
And the rear diffuser with the kyosho corvette body looks awesome.
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Old 04-07-2013, 07:44 PM   #1761
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The SnR chassis is built with the intent of using the DM-1 front and rear bumpers isn't it?
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Old 04-07-2013, 07:46 PM   #1762
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I used the dm1 front bumper, foam and body mounts. I also used the dm1 rear diffuser. All from nitro house. Just looked up the manual for the dm1 to get part numbers.
Works great.
And the rear diffuser with the kyosho corvette body looks awesome.
Ordered, thank you Sir

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Old 04-12-2013, 05:02 PM   #1763
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I just ordered a 1/8 ofna gtp2 e. I want the xerun 150a esc but I want to know will it be a good pair with the tenshock 1 8 scale 21oo kv sensorless which I believe is 6pole or is it better paired with the leopard 4274 4pole 2000kv on 3s to 6s using a gearing as aggressive as 30/34 mod 1...
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I think im gonna go ahead and just convert my GTP2e to the long SnR chassis.
Emailed SnR from the website for details.

All i need is the longer rear center shaft to complete the conversion correct?
Anyone have a part # for a direct replacement for the rear center shaft?

I have the body covered.
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I think im gonna go ahead and just convert my GTP2e to the long SnR chassis.
Emailed SnR from the website for details.

All i need is the longer rear center shaft to complete the conversion correct?
Anyone have a part # for a direct replacement for the rear center shaft?

I have the body covered.
from a few pages back:

http://www.nitrohouse.com/Swingshaft...24_p_3442.html
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Old 04-14-2013, 10:13 AM   #1766
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I just ordered a 1/8 ofna gtp2 e. I want the xerun 150a esc but I want to know will it be a good pair with the tenshock 1 8 scale 21oo kv sensorless which I believe is 6pole or is it better paired with the leopard 4274 4pole 2000kv on 3s to 6s using a gearing as aggressive as 30/34 mod 1...
That is the exact combo I am currently running. Running the 14t pinion is slow but with a 25t pinion, I was able to reach 73mph out of the box. I have some youtube videos. Both motor and esc runs cool even with 6s. Hope this helps.
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Yes i saw this afterwards, i thought i had seen it a couple pages back, didnt see it in a quick look back. Got everything ordered last night, just waiting to touch base with SnR and get the chassis ordered up.
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Which foam tires/wheels will fit the gtp2e?
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Which foam tires/wheels will fit the gtp2e?
johns bsr foams will work , not sure if ofna still offers foams 1/8
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That is the exact combo I am currently running. Running the 14t pinion is slow but with a 25t pinion, I was able to reach 73mph out of the box. I have some youtube videos. Both motor and esc runs cool even with 6s. Hope this helps.
yea! that's what im talking aboutany links to the videos?
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