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Old 09-02-2008, 10:14 PM   #1
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Anyone can educate me on your non lipo and non brusheless set up?

Like the type of bettery, ECS and motor that you are currently using?

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Old 09-02-2008, 11:06 PM   #2
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In my b4 i am running energ 4600's from promatch, esc: lrp v7.1, and a team checkpoint 19Turn money motor

In my xxx4 i am running same batteries, novak gtx speedo, and a team checkpoint 13x2-motor is awesome, as well are all team checkpoint motors.

To be honest with you i would go brushless and look into lipo's
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I had a 7700kv MM in mine and it sucked...too fast to have fun...impossible to race...I now run a 19 komodo, stock LRP ESC, with 4000+mah stick packs and love it...never breaks and is driveable...hope this helps you
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Old 09-03-2008, 07:57 AM   #4
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In my b4, I'm running 4600s matched batteries. With a Novak GTX speedo. For motors, indoor Off-road I like to run Team ORION 13x1 Ryan Cavalieri Edition motor. Outdoor Off-road I have a bunch of old school motors that I use or I'm tring to get rid of. I like to run like 15x2 Fantom motor.
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I used to run a Novak GTX Esc, 3300mAH GP cells, and a return (revenge?) of the monster stock motor. It was PLENTY fast for me... For 2WD buggies, I don't think mod motors are even necessary to go fast. That setup was plenty fast to clear doubles, although triples were quite a problem.

I remember even 15 years ago, my friend had a twister 33-turn stock motor in a stock class with his JRX-Pro SE. After he finished first in the race, he had to pull his car over to the race director to make sure that he wasn't running a mod cause it seemed like it! Stock motors are still plenty fast IMO...
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