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Old 04-09-2009, 07:08 PM   #16
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i see i see... the best setup I have found is a MM ESC and the vxl motor. I think you would be happy with this setup due to the ability to tune the esc and the fact that the VXL is a 3500KV motor that runs super strong. better yet if you dont care about tuning the esc and you just wanna bash run the full VXL system its strong and stays pretty low temp wise.
mamba and vxl.... gear the shit out of it...lol my friends flys its faster than my 5700 on the track and the street because he has so much more torque..
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Old 04-09-2009, 07:12 PM   #17
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mamba and vxl.... gear the shit out of it...lol my friends flys its faster than my 5700 on the track and the street because he has so much more torque..
I think if you run the MM/VXL setup and run similar gears to your friends set up you guys will be right there with each other.
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Old 04-09-2009, 07:25 PM   #18
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no i trust you on the temps but the sidewinder is no where near the mamba max esc amp output wise [what i have]
The only time the esc's amp output comes in to play is if you are using a battery that can put out more amps as well. Your battery is only putting out around 125 amps continuous. Im sorry but the sidewinder 4600 and 5700 can handle that amperage and so can the MM. Your trouble has to be something else. Again I am not trying to frustrate you at all only trying to help.
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The only time the esc's amp output comes in to play is if you are using a battery that can put out more amps as well. Your battery is only putting out around 125 amps continuous. Im sorry but the sidewinder 4600 and 5700 can handle that amperage and so can the MM. Your trouble has to be something else. Again I am not trying to frustrate you at all only trying to help.
i here you....like i said the probblem is the motor.. look around everyone says the same thing about the 5700 in the slash... i have no need to bicker about it i no from owning it and trying gearing....
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I was thinking about getting a 5700 too when i got my 4600. Glad I didnt now
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