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Old 03-01-2011, 08:53 AM   #1
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i bought a castle sv2 yesterday and put in my 1/10 losi truck. the things hauls!. i want to eventually put the motor in my other losi truck and so i can race this one in the stock class. so i was wondering what stock spec motor would work with the sidewinder 2 esc. any uncensored brushless im assuming? and will only be using a 2s lipo.
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Yea, pretty much. It can also run brushed. I dont think you can run 3.5t or 9000kv or anythink quit that high. But and 5.5t, 6000kv should be OK. I think Ive read the new Sv2 can handle there 7700 motor. It used to be limited to 5700, but I guess the beefed it up a little
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thanks! im just planning on running a 17.5 stock spec motor. its to fast for my local track with the motor it came with.
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