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Old 07-28-2008, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default LRP Eraser 15.5 in a 2WD Stadium Truck ?

I've dug around this forum and have not had much luck in finding an answer. I've been playing around with the LRP Eraser 15.5 brushless in my AE truck. I don't believe I've found the sweet spot (FDR) as of yet and was curious if others have run this motor in a truck. If so, what FDR are you running ? The LRP paperwork states a 7.5 FDR for off road, though this seems a little slow. I've been running at a 7.02 FDR and it seems OK, yet still slower than I think it shoud be (compared to a 17.5). So far, testing has just been in front of my house (haven't made it to the track yet) but the temps seem on the cooler side (after a few minutes) telling me I have some room ..... just curious ..... Thanks.
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