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Old 04-21-2013, 11:21 PM   #1
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Default castle creations mamba max pro run 550 motors?

will a mamba max pro esc run a 550 sc type sensored motor. its in a wraith and i need sensored and need the torque of the 550 motor unless a 540 will push this heavy of a truck and still have good torque. thanks.
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will a mamba max pro esc run a 550 sc type sensored motor. its in a wraith and i need sensored and need the torque of the 550 motor unless a 540 will push this heavy of a truck and still have good torque. thanks.
the mamba max pro will run 1/8th scale 1 turn motors so it shouldn't have a problem with a 550. I've run it with a t8 1900kv, 1400kv, and pro4 4000kv without problems.
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If you need torque, Tekin has new 540 4-pole crawler motors in various kv ratings.
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