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Old 12-27-2012, 06:14 PM
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Default SCB converted to SCT, I think im ready to race!

I believe I'm ready to race in the Short Course class.
Still running brushed but hopefully brushless soon when I find a good deal.



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Old 01-20-2013, 09:08 AM
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http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...or_3040KV.html


http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...nsorless_.html

This is the setup I run. it works good and it doesnt get any cheaper.
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i have a brushless set up at a good price pm me if interested
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Originally Posted by ALIASDAVE View Post
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...or_3040KV.html


http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...nsorless_.html

This is the setup I run. it works good and it doesnt get any cheaper.
check out their lipos too...
Have you or anyone else ran this setup? I'm thinking about getting it. But I'm not to sure about turnigy and hobbyking brand.....
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Ive run the Turnigy 17.5, not blazing fast but respectable. Value wise it was a great motor for the price.
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Ive run the Turnigy 17.5, not blazing fast but respectable. Value wise it was a great motor for the price.
Thanks for the opinion. If I get that esc with a turnigy 17.5t motor. Would I be able to run 17.5 sct or no? I did.t know if they considered it modded or not.
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Thanks for the opinion. If I get that esc with a turnigy 17.5t motor. Would I be able to run 17.5 sct or no? I did.t know if they considered it modded or not.
Yes, class rules wise you can run this motor however, if your going to run the 17.5 SCT class your going to want a higher end motor. Those are heavy trucks for a 17.5 and will be pretty slow and get pretty hot without one of the higher end motors. This is just my opinion
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Yes, class rules wise you can run this motor however, if your going to run the 17.5 SCT class your going to want a higher end motor. Those are heavy trucks for a 17.5 and will be pretty slow and get pretty hot without one of the higher end motors. This is just my opinion
Okay, what do you think would be a better motor for sct? Just trying to make sure I can keep up and possibly podium once in a while lol.
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