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Old 05-22-2010, 07:39 PM   #1
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I have a question.
My losi 1.0 starter box motors are junk, no torgue etc....will the Team Losi 775 Starter Box Motors fit in place of the 590's that are in there now?

any modifications i need to do? and if I put the 775's in, will they be enough motor to turn a .21 over

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775 engines have plenty of power to turn over any engine. I have a losi 1.0 box that I had from a couple of years ago. My motors also burned out so I had a onroad box laying around. So I put my older ofna onroad box motors in the losi box and it works good
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Thanks for the reply Tony, got a couple of 775's on the way
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