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Old 09-19-2008, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default i need help top of the line brushless esc lipo pack for e-revo

guys just bought a e-revo, and im not happy with the stock motor and esc, im thinking to go brushless and lipo pack and top of the line esc, so i could do speed for asphalt and also power for real track'

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Old 09-19-2008, 09:41 PM   #2
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Neu 1512 2D and a Mamba Max

All it needs is the right gearing you should be like this and then
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how long are your race times? I used the following setup:

Neu 1512 2.5D motor
Mamba Monster ESC
TrueRC 7.4V 8000mah 15C Lipos (tight fit, but does work) (2)

This provided plenty of racing speed for me. You may find though that if you are wanting even more torque, go with a 1515 motor.

I would say that about 2000Kv to 2500Kv should be a good motor range to go with as far as the Neus go in the E-revo. Also, the lowever KV motors are not pigs on battery runtime either.
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Old 09-21-2008, 08:11 PM   #4
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how long are your race times? I used the following setup:

Neu 1512 2.5D motor
Mamba Monster ESC
TrueRC 7.4V 8000mah 15C Lipos (tight fit, but does work) (2)

This provided plenty of racing speed for me. You may find though that if you are wanting even more torque, go with a 1515 motor.

I would say that about 2000Kv to 2500Kv should be a good motor range to go with as far as the Neus go in the E-revo. Also, the lowever KV motors are not pigs on battery runtime either.
5min qual and 8min mains
can you post who's carry this stuff', lhs dont have this brand
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Old 09-21-2008, 09:57 PM   #5
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rc-monster.com for the mamba monster esc
truerc.com for the pack or try zippy packs from hobbycity.com
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