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Old 01-04-2010, 03:42 PM
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where can i order hobby wing stuff from
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Old 01-04-2010, 03:43 PM
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http://www.hobbypartz.com/35a-brushl...-1-10-car.html
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I normally order mine from here.

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I bought mine off ebay. Just remember to look at feedback and compare the postage cost between all the stores on ebay that sell them.
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are they worth the little that you pay for the brushless system?
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are they worth the little that you pay for the brushless system?
yess. I have never had a bad one. i run them in all my electrics.
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yess. I have never had a bad one. i run them in all my electrics.
www.hobbyking.com there under turnigy
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Hey . I want to deck out my rustler but i dont know what i should do . Post some pics and give me some ideas on what to do. Thanks
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i dont have my rustler any more i got rid of it like a year ago.
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Hey . I want to deck out my rustler but i dont know what i should do . Post some pics and give me some ideas on what to do. Thanks
i would get the upgraded caster,camber links. New tires. Hobbywing, Big Bore shocks. lipo. 2.4 radio.
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awsome place to order from...have another on the way
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are they worth the little that you pay for the brushless system?


Don't expect quality like a Castle, LRP, or Tekin. But they are good enough for our little toy cars...
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hobbywing, there pretty much "Bullet Proof"
ounce for ounce there probally as good if not better than most?
they dont have the Failure rate as say Tekin or LRP, now tekin and LRP 1/10 scale stuff is pretty much the best in the business, HOWEVER! the 1/8 scale stuff may want to stay away from,
the Castle's the only thing is they are not very "Smooth" they have a "Cogging Effect" it really is not bad? but some might feel it is just not "Quite There" so to speak, now the new XeRun 150-A are way better than any of the ESC's on the market there about 130.00(shipped) they can run sensored or Unsensored like the Tekin, the LRP Can Not run without a sensored Motor,so if you have say a Neu type motor from castle you cant use it,castle's Do Not have a sensored option.
they have more profile options (if you like) than the tekin,castle or LRP. and handle the same amperage,and they run cooler than all the forementioned,
like the tekin's and Castle's can run up to 6S lipo's the LRP can only run 4S MAX!
and they run pretty cool......
size wise, the newer ones (XeRun) are about the size of the Tekin RX8 lenght wise and width there a tad wider,
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I was forced to buy the Ezrun 60A V2 system awhile back because I was on a budget and that ESC seemed to be small enough size to fit into a really tight layout (DF-03)...

I was surprised at the level of quality for the price you pay...

Unsure about the failure rate, I wonder if we're just seeing more Tekin, Castle, LRP, and Novak failures because the owners of those failed systems are just voicing it out.
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