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Old 10-12-2010, 01:36 PM   #1
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Default WTT: nib castle 1518 1Y 1800kv for 1/8 ESC

I know you can still buy these off the castle website but I'm wondering if anyone is looking for one but not able to part with the cash and instead has a spare 1/8 esc laying around. Cost me $76 shipped which isn't too far off of asking price for MMM's these days. This would make a beastly monster truck motor but won't fit my caster buggy that's on order. I do however need an esc for said buggy. Would like 6s capability, probably about the only common things that fall into that category would be RX8 and MMM. My preference would be for the castle. Let me know if interested. btw, this is brand new in box. I only opened to look at it. Comes with 18t pinion and each trader pays shipping on their own item.
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Old 10-12-2010, 02:35 PM   #2
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Should have ordered a 1512, it fits my Caster EX-1 with about a 1.4 inch to spare.
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Yep, figured that out a day too late So now I have 2 motors, one to use and the other to *hopefully* swap for a speed control.
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Old 10-17-2010, 10:57 AM   #5
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bump...I can supplement the motor with a little cash to make the deal fair. LMK what you have...
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Still have it? Let me know if you want to sell it.
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Old 12-23-2010, 05:01 AM   #7
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Honestly, they're still available directly from Castle so you could buy from them just as cheaply. However I could probably use a 1/10 brushless system or swap for 2650...
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Free bump! What a bummer to buy a brand new motor for a kit and have it not fit. That would really bumb me out. The EXrun 80A or new EZrun 120A SC 8 are very cheap and the 80A runs my Maxx with a Castle/Nue 2200kv and its just as crazy as my Revo with the MMM and same motor. And Ive had it forever without any problems.
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Old 12-23-2010, 06:38 AM   #9
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I've heard good things about the xerun 80a, was looking for a 150a version though so I could get crazy with 6s if I wanted. I actually bought the smaller 1800kv castle motor and paired with mmm for my caster buggy. If I didn't end up trading this one I was going to look for 80a or 150a hobbywing and then find an electric monster truck to put it in lol.
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