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Old 01-31-2009, 06:05 PM   #1
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Talking brushless motor choices

what should i chose for my e-revo? i'm running 22.2v 6s 3c lipos and i need super power and torque all at once. i'm not really woried about the temp, but i need ok run times. i'm concidering the Mamba Monster 2200 combo the Monster Mamba with 1515 1.5d neu motor and the Mamba Monster 2650 combo

speed/ torque is the most important of these.
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the mamba max 2200 combo..
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Old 02-01-2009, 04:53 AM   #3
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The 2200 combo is the 1Y Neu
the 2650 is a 1.5D neu

the 2200 will be more flexible, easier to drive and fast! And runtime will be better

the 2650 is for an oval track big size, fast, WOT all the way
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Get the MMM 2200Kv combo , you wont be disapointed !
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I just took my 2200KV combo out for the first weekend of racing, snapped the shaft right behind the pinion gear. But before it broke, it was a nice RIDE!!

I had in my Tekno converted MBX5T....
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The 2200 combo is the 1Y Neu
the 2650 is a 1.5D neu

the 2200 will be more flexible, easier to drive and fast! And runtime will be better

the 2650 is for an oval track big size, fast, WOT all the way
Actually the 2650 is also a 1Y, but it's a shorter can making the kv higher.
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