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Old 01-18-2012, 01:08 AM
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hey guys
whats everyone running in there truggy what kv and setup
what brand
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I'm running a tekin combo, rx8 and t8 4038 2250kv on 4S. Smooth and powerfull as hell.

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Yea I was thinking cc 2200 or xerun 2200
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If I were you, I'll go with sensored, I don't anything about the xerun tough
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Yea I was thinking cc 2200 or xerun 2200
I run the 150a xerun in my RC8T, very happy with it. Runs cool, 150a rating and i run 6s 5000mha with a 1600kv motor getting about 25 min of run time
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i run a xerun sensored 150a in my rc8t with a 2000kv i think been a while on 4s and its really smooth and powerful. Definetly go sensored though i run unsensored in my rc8be and can really notice the difference
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i would definitively try to go lower than 2200 kv though, that setup in my experience runs hot. All the guys at my track run 1600kv -1900kv. Just remember if you go low kv and high voltage your system will be more efficient.
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I'm running the T8 2250kv in my D8T I can run it geared 16/48 this setup has a lot of speed, a lot more than I was expecting but zero heat problem at all. I'm running traktion drive and mechanical brake though.
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I was going to run the xerun 4272SD 2200 kv Sensored combo for truggy and buggy just going take my time do it up get gear time I do that be 3 months
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A reasonable question by somebody who is moving out of the hobby....
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http://www.hobbypartz.com/ezrun-35a-9t-3650-motor.html

I run this set-up in my 1/16 E-revo... Ya baby!!! When that baby hits 88mph you'll see some serious ____...
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Tekin RX8 and 1700kv motor combo with a 5s battery...

Runs very cool with lots of power.
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Tekin Rx8 with a T8 2000kv on 4s.
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Running a sensored xerun 4274 2000kv motor. Very smooth and has tons of power.
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Castle Mamba Monster ESC with a Castle 1518 1800Kv motor running on 4s GensAce 40c 5000mAh LiPo's
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