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Old 04-12-2014, 08:26 PM   #1
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Default WTB sensored brushless ESC/Motor for crawler

Hey everyone. Looking for a brushless sensored motor/ESC combo for a crawler. Something 21.5t or below, it's going in a losi night crawler.
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I've got a Novak 18.5 Crawler motor that has never actually been used in a car I'll sell for $60 shipped to a U.S. address. I no longer have the ESC.
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I was about to say:
I don't have one to offer, but looking at the final drive ratios for the night-crawler, a 17.5T or 18.5T would be MUCH better.
I have an 18.5T in my high-lift, and the first gear is similar to a middle-of-the-road ratio on the night crawler, and it is actually quite slow. A 21.5T would be BRUTALLY slow.
here's my truck for reference: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGIGVOhK0ak
My truck is running something close to a 65:1 ratio
The night crawler has anything from a ~100:1 ratio to a ~50:1 ratio.
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Thanks for the info ! Ah I would totally take that 18.5t, but I'm looking for something with an ESC as well. Thanks though! BUMP!
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Thanks for the info. I'm just getting into crawling and yeah the night crawler is already painfully slow with the stock motor haha I think the worm gears have a lot to do with it. I appreciate the help!

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I don't have one to offer, but looking at the final drive ratios for the night-crawler, a 17.5T or 18.5T would be MUCH better.
I have an 18.5T in my high-lift, and the first gear is similar to a middle-of-the-road ratio on the night crawler, and it is actually quite slow. A 21.5T would be BRUTALLY slow.
here's my truck for reference: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGIGVOhK0ak
My truck is running something close to a 65:1 ratio
The night crawler has anything from a ~100:1 ratio to a ~50:1 ratio.
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Look around for a 17.5T combo, it'd be easier to find, and close enough (I ran a 17.5T in a SCX10 before, and it was fine)
Because of the worm gears, you don't need drag brake, so any old ESC and motor will do.
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