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Old 08-27-2006, 04:25 PM   #1
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Hi im looking at upgrading my tt01 from its 19x2 fireball motor and mtroniks tempo15 esc to somthing a little nippyer.

the ESC and motor will be going into my little brothers car which is why i want both and not just a ne motor!!

im after fairly cheap prices, id like a no limit esc if possible like the mtroniks viper.

As for the motor, the car will be used on a playground and in a large room at my dads work so somthing with a fair bit of power.

also if you could give me any tips on motor and gear ratio, at the mo i use a 19t pinion with my 19x2 motor and its fairly nippy. I do have a 22t pinion and speed tuned gears (which i havent installed) so any advice would be appreciated, links etc and maybe combo deals avalible like esc and moter

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Get a Brushless sytem like the novak 4.5 this will give tons of speed and no maintainence.
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yer tht does seem the best option but thts a lot of money
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yer tht does seem the best option but thts a lot of money
But its a pay once affair where as if you went with a brushed combo for speed you would be looking at say a 12turn which in the long would cost more from the maintenance and after 3 or 4 runs it will drop in performance meaning less fun for you so Brushless is the way to go for bashing
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id sugest the mamba max system. running on 6 cells with the 5700 kv motor you will be plenty happy. and if youre not get the 7700 kv motor.

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