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Which is the best electric conversion for My Inferno ST-R?? Help!

Old 03-21-2008, 06:27 PM
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Questions?? Which is the best electric conversion for My Inferno ST-R?? Help!

I am looking for a nice coversion kit for my ST-R and I am new to electric. Can someone help!? I have looked at a couple of them, but I want a Quality setup that will last and offers the best balance and center of gravity. I saw the one on here that has the huge thread but I dont know if that is what I need or if there is a nicer kit out there. All help will be greatly appretiated! Thanks -Brad
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Either the RCPD built by Dan or the RC-monster from Mike.

Dan's kit is very nice looking. I haven't personally used it but the testimonies speak for themselves in the other thread. What I like about the RCPD (Dan) kit is that he provides a complete package with motor mount, batt mount, & ESC mount. Just bolt it in and go.

I personally am converting a ST-RR but I am going about it differently than most. I am using a RC-Monster motor mount but I am putting the motor at the front left position rather than the right rear. This allows me to keep my rear disc brake. I will use the speed control for front/overall braking but can add rear brake bias by mixing the brake servo. Ths setup will also allow me to run 2 2s batteries. One on each side of the rear drive shaft. This will let me use all of the lipos that I already own for 1/10th scale racing. I'll try to post some pics this weekend.
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Check this site out http://www.rc-monster.com/forum/
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Thanks for that post! I would really like to see it. Mine is almost an ST-RR, I dont have the new shocks, but I have the rest. I am just tired of always trying to get the right tune. I want to plug and play! I need to learn some more about the whole electric deal but Im sure that once I do, It will be alot easier than trying to kee[ the nitro motor tuned just right. I live in the north east, and the weather is different everyday. Makes tunning a real head ache sometimes. I know there will be some $ upfront, but the time saved will be more than worht it in the long run! Cant wait to see that ST-RR -Brad
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Any other suggestion or recommendations? Thanks -Brad
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