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Old 11-12-2008, 06:02 PM   #1
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Default Rock crawler Motors

im somewhat new to rock crawlers, i have a axial ax10 that does well, thing is im looking to throw together a second crawler without spending a whole wack of cash, has anyone out there tried out the hobbywing motors? are they any good?

I currently have a 18.5T Goat motor in my crawler
Is it the best motor out there?
What is the best bang for your buck?
in all truth is a brushless motor worth it?
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IMO a brushless motor for crawling is really not worth it. You could buy an Integy lather motor for like $25.
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