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Old 06-09-2007, 09:42 AM   #1
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Default 8ight T brushless setups, need help with mine?

I have a losi 8ight T that im going to make brushless, i got the motor mount from rcmonster.com, a Mamba max, i got the Neu 1515 1y/F Sensorless Brushless Motor 2200kv, a Kyosho 46 tooth nylon spur just in case my x-wide roberison racing steel spur doesnt work, and a 16 tooth hardened steel pinion...
i was thinking of running two 74v 2s 8000mah, and run them to gether at 14.8volts...would 14.8v be enuff fot my Neu 1515 1y/F, i want it too be as fast mabey alittle faster than the fastes .28's?
14.8v/18.5v/22.2v?



What type of set up is in your 8ight T? motor/batts/esc/gearing?
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4s should push it as the same speeds as a high end nitro, 5s will push it faster. Make sure you use an ubec w/ a 4s setup on the mamba.
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here are some pictures of my 8ight buggy set up.

I would love to sell you the 4s 8000 pack in the pictures. It will not fit under the buggy body.
I would sell it to you for the same price as a 4s 5000 pack.





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Does 1 UBEC provide enough amps to run the fans and a good servo or would a second one to provide more amps be a good idea?
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I can run a fan a JRz9000T servo a personal transponder and a Futaba 2.4ghz faast receiver with no problems at all.
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i wanted to know if u really wanted to sell your 4s 8000mah lipo? how old is it? what kind of balancer plug does it have? im very intrested , pm or email me at [email protected]
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ok, so im going to go with a 4s 8000mah lipo that im buying from Doug, so on my setup all i need a battery holder i brought 2 battery straps from rcmonster.com, i like the EL-8 battery holder/box, ill see if the guy that makes the kit will sell just the box? anyother ways has anyone see how people put there batts. in? also where can i get a good ubec?
hopefully ill have my 8ight T running next month
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I got my ubec from RCmonster for $35
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