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Old 02-25-2009, 07:59 PM   #1
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Default Motor can size for Associated SC10

Has any info been released on the can sizes that are compatable with the SC10? I'm pretty green to the hobby and I'm really wanting to just throw my slash's titan 550 motor in it to initially save some money after I buy the truck, but I'm afraid it'll be a little too big.
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Has any info been released on the can sizes that are compatable with the SC10? I'm pretty green to the hobby and I'm really wanting to just throw my slash's titan 550 motor in it to initially save some money after I buy the truck, but I'm afraid it'll be a little too big.
Well, if it's based off of a T4, the can size used in those are 540-size. With the advent of brushless, I wonder if the transmission plate is going to be updated with slot holes since I know many people are using some monster count pinions in them (like 30 tooth and beyond)...

Many of these details are yet to be seen...
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Well, if it's based off of a T4, the can size used in those are 540-size. With the advent of brushless, I wonder if the transmission plate is going to be updated with slot holes since I know many people are using some monster count pinions in them (like 30 tooth and beyond)...

Many of these details are yet to be seen...

Shouldnt be a problem, since Associated released smaller spurs this january to cope with high turn brushless motors.
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