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Old 02-18-2014, 07:42 PM
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Would you suggest a mamba max pro in a slash 4x4 on 2s than a mamba monster?
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Old 02-18-2014, 08:28 PM
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Ran a max for a couple years in my slash 4x4, never had a problem.
Don't have experience with the monster tho.
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Old 02-19-2014, 06:31 AM
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Either will be fine with the max pro providing the option to run sensored if you want to smooth things out .
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MMP will be just fine. It's even semi-popular with 1/8 buggy guys looking to save weight.
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on 2S on a 4x4, if you find you have any brownout issues, look into a glitch capacitor like spektrum sells or doing an external BEC like what castle sells.
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I race the MMP in a Slash 4x4 and works fine. If you use servos that draw a lot of power like Savox then you will need either a stutter stopper capacitor or an external bec. I use Futaba servos so never have this issue. Been using the MMP since it came out. Very easy to setup and program on the Castle Link.
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