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Old 07-14-2008, 02:47 PM   #16
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A 19t in an XXX-4 is fine.. but once you see or try a true mod or fast brushless, you'll never put the 19t in again!

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Burn up the 19t and then save up some money and get a bL system.
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I swapped out a 19t for a 8.5t brushless and im glad i did. You will like it too.

Either way you can't go real wrong but the 19t will need a ton more maintenence and will drain batteries faster. The only saving grace these days is the cost of the hardware initially. But to me that's not worth it.

If youve already got the 19t and ESC i say they'll work fine. but if you're purchasing for the first time i say go with a brushless setup.

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