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Old 05-16-2011, 08:54 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by corn_bread View Post
i have never had a issue with being sensorless
Dave, very helpful, Thanks a million!

Corn_bread...all I've ever had were senseless. I was looking for a 550 can motor to run cooler...I considered the CC short course motor, but had heard a lot of good things about the sensored Novaks and really wanted to try one myself. I'm interested in whether or not it truly has a better low speed operation...while I don't crawl with the SCRT10, I do have moments that I like to imagine with some realism...

Anyway...once I get it all hooked up, I'll kniw if I made a mistake or not with the selection.
-RC10 B3 with an archaic brushed motor and remote with an antena!!
-HPI Blitz ESE 2wd - Castle MMP and 4600 Kv motor.
-Jammin SCRT 10 4x4 - Castle Mamba Max Pro - Ballistic 4.5T 550
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