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Old 06-01-2008, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default Brushless on an emaxx?

i have a 17.5 brushless would it work good on a emaxx any feedback would really help thanks
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Old 06-01-2008, 06:59 PM   #2
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i have a 17.5 brushless would it work good on a emaxx any feedback would really help thanks
im not sure if the word "good" may not be exactally what your looking for. new e maxx? idk of an esc that does 2 bl motors aswell. i know that theres a brushless conversion that my friend and i were talking about but i dont know exactally what it is though, i will look though.
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one 17.5 that thing will be dog slow and if you do so i will wager that my 1/36th scale will beat it

because stock it has the equvilent of two 10.5s in it
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thanks fior the help greatly appretiate it
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If you are really wanting to do a brushless setup, you should look into either a dual brushless motor setup on your 17.5 motors, kind of like the dual velieon setups that are out there.

Or

Go with a single motor setup and an ESC that can handle the load on 4S. You could do the Novak HV systems which should work well. I run right now a Mamba Monster ESC and a Neu 1512 2.5D motor and its great.
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