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Old 08-08-2008, 07:42 PM   #1
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Default sidewinders esc and 57k motor

getting back in rc elctric been nine years somone what's to trade me a xxx4g with sidewinders esc and 57k motor is thiis a good setup. how are these esc compared to novak and mamba?
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getting back in rc elctric been nine years somone what's to trade me a xxx4g with sidewinders esc and 57k motor is thiis a good setup. how are these esc compared to novak and mamba?
Well I guess it depends on what you are trading him in return.

The esc works great and is fully adjustable like the Mamba Max but is just a sport model. The Sidewinder can only run the Caslte 4600 and 5700kv motors where the Mamba Max can run the 6900 and 7700kv motors.
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Default just a few suggestions.

i think you should just get rid of all your losi stuff and get a rc8 and convert it to brushless. team associated is far more superior than any losi product out there. but if you must get a electric i recommend you get a tamiya grasshopper and you'll be at the top of the podium every race!
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i think you should just get rid of all your losi stuff and get a rc8 and convert it to brushless. team associated is far more superior than any losi product out there. but if you must get a electric i recommend you get a tamiya grasshopper and you'll be at the top of the podium every race!
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thanks erce i am going to by grass hopper tom morn i dont know about rc8 though think my losi 8 will take it if i was racing tom i bet it would be tq and win and amaiol would have no chance
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