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Old 06-30-2007, 01:53 AM   #1
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Default Brushless vs. Brushed system????

brushed / brushless question:

When running brushed and you wanted to go a little faster/slower you could put a different armature in the same can.

Is it possible to to accomplish the above by getting different brushless "cans" and put the same sintered rotor in.

I'm assuming not since no mfgr is selling just brushless "cans". It would be nice to have some extra cans rather than buy complete motors for different tracks. Save $.

I'm currently running the GTB/Velociti systems.
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