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Old 08-18-2010, 09:07 PM   #1
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I converted my x2 truggy 2 electric n wanted sum help with wat motor 2 run , I already hav 2- 3s 6000mah packs . Wat would work better n give me good run time th MMM with 2200kv motor or MMM with 2650kv motor ?
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I converted my x2 truggy 2 electric n wanted sum help with wat motor 2 run , I already hav 2- 3s 6000mah packs . Wat would work better n give me good run time th MMM with 2200kv motor or MMM with 2650kv motor ?
The 2650 is too small for a truggy, it will die an early death if used. 3s lipo is really not recommended w/ truggies either, maybe could get by in a buggy.. but typically you want to run 4s to 6s lipo. The 2200 system is really great in a truggy, but 4s lipo (14.8v) is the sweet spot for this system in a truggy.
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You could run both the 3S lipo's together as a 6S if they fit and get a 1300 motor.
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