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Old 12-15-2008, 07:46 AM   #1
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Default Which brushless motor system for losi xxx-t cr ?

I have a brand new losi xxx-t cr and going to race it at my local dirt track and was wondering which brushless motor system to get i do have a lipo battery already Team Orion 4800 platinum edition but confused about what motor and esc to get , brand, size kv, or any other information would be very helpful, i plan on buying a system within the next couple of weeks, I did try running a search on this and did not see anything unless i overlooked it so sorry if there is a thread on this already could not find it so any information on this would be very helpful thanks.
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it's pretty much impossible to request a motor without knowing what turn you need to run. that type of info comes from your local track racers. they are going to be able to steer you in the right direction faster than anyone else.
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Novak GTB with a 17.5 or 13.5, whatever is the stock motor at your track.
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Do you know what class you are going to run in? That right there will tell you what size motor you need.
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The class is an open class I guess modified? everybody just races stadium class run what you brung type deal nitro and electric together that is the way it is right now. still any suggestions on what to put on it ?
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The class is an open class I guess modified? everybody just races stadium class run what you brung type deal nitro and electric together that is the way it is right now. still any suggestions on what to put on it ?
LRP sphere with a novak 10.5 or 8.5. Awesome combo.
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Old 12-15-2008, 06:18 PM   #7
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the lrp or novak esc's are great. for motors look at novak and trinity. something around a 7.5 motor is good.
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