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Old 05-12-2011, 08:42 PM   #991
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Old 05-15-2011, 12:49 PM   #992
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What esc is working best with these MurfDogg motors? Im thinking about picking up a 7,5T for my 2wd buggy aswell as one for drifting
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Old 05-15-2011, 12:55 PM   #993
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What esc is working best with these MurfDogg motors? Im thinking about picking up a 7,5T for my 2wd buggy aswell as one for drifting
matt recommends tekin rs or rs pro esc's
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Old 05-15-2011, 10:17 PM   #994
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-New Solder tabs are 1/12th scale friendly. Much easier to solder now with our new revised Solder Tabs!

Hallelujah! Motors look dialed Matt. Any news on the 550? Are they to be or not to be???? is thy question
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Old 05-16-2011, 10:46 AM   #995
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matt recommends tekin rs or rs pro esc's
Either one is a good choice but it depends on what your running more of. The RS is better for the spec classes and the Pro is more for those that run the lower mod motors.

I have been running the RS in Mod 4wd with a 5.5 and dont have any heat issues.
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Old 05-16-2011, 12:39 PM   #996
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5.5 and lower - Get an RS PRO
6.5 and higher - get a standard RS

550 Motors are in the works. New cans have to be made... New Stators... New Rotors, ETC...

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Hey any one running the 13.5 in WGT

with a Tekin RS. would like a great starting set up and were about one should gear this motor.

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Oh Matt yes the boss is working on the site.
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Hey any one running the 13.5 in WGT

with a Tekin RS. would like a great starting set up and were about one should gear this motor.

Cheers

Andrew

Oh Matt yes the boss is working on the site.
For "blinky" mode on a tight indoor track we run...
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8 deg on the motor
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Hello MurfDogg fans.

New items are arrived from MufDogg Motor Works.

Click Here to check out the new arrivals.

Click Here to check out the all MurfDogg products.

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Andrew - shoot me an email if you need any help on gearing or ESC Setup...
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The Novak Kinetic 2s works just fine with the MurfDogg power plants too!!
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The Novak Kinetic 2s works just fine with the MurfDogg power plants too!!
I have seen a couple run these with success but haven't tried it myself. Share yor setting here I'm sure lots would love to see a setup from something other than Tekin.
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No other setups needed but Tekin setups... LOL!

I have had my fair share of issues with Tekin ESC's, but nothing has been as good as a Tekin In My Opinion...

I have seen other brands run quick, but none as reliably as the Tekin RS and RS Pro.

For 4WD SCT racing, get the RX8, you wont be disappointed.

Thats my 2 cents worth, take it or leave it!

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Do your saddle packs fit in a durango 410r and the desc410? I really wanna try them but size does matter in some cases, lol.
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As long as Durango built their chassis to fit the ROAR/IFMAR legal size of a saddle pack, they will fit.
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