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Old 06-25-2007, 01:33 PM   #1
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Hi folks! I'm lookimg for some help to realize my project,i've read the 1/10pan car thread but whthout etting to the points i'm looking for.The car is a nib corally c10x that i want to race against some nitro sedans (nope! no RTR's!).First problem i've is find a body,then tires.I'm planning to use a Quarck comp. esc but i dont have any idea yet what motor to choose.Any suggestion is wellcome.
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Hi folks! I'm lookimg for some help to realize my project,i've read the 1/10pan car thread but whthout etting to the points i'm looking for.The car is a nib corally c10x that i want to race against some nitro sedans (nope! no RTR's!).First problem i've is find a body,then tires.I'm planning to use a Quarck comp. esc but i dont have any idea yet what motor to choose.Any suggestion is wellcome.
What kind of racing you plan on doing? Drag racing or track racing?
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Go brushless if you going to track race and if you plan on drag racing go brushed.
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I'll use it for on track racing and i already have a Quarck comp.Esc for it so i'll definetly go for a sensorless motor.
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I'll use it for on track racing and i already have a Quarck comp.Esc for it so i'll definetly go for a sensorless motor.
Cool, Try a mamba max motor 7700kv. Good Luck...
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check the links to see two of the 4 tracks in wich i'm planning to use the car: www.gmradio.it then click "pista" www.hermesmodellismo.it click "la pista"
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Cool, Try a mamba max motor 7700kv. Good Luck...
well,i thought about it but it doesn't fit,also Velocity motors wont.
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a question and an idea

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are you siro?

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NEU motor
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John Stranhan already has built the car that you need: http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=127484
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Hi folks! I'm lookimg for some help to realize my project,i've read the 1/10pan car thread but whthout etting to the points i'm looking for.The car is a nib corally c10x that i want to race against some nitro sedans (nope! no RTR's!).First problem i've is find a body,then tires.I'm planning to use a Quarck comp. esc but i dont have any idea yet what motor to choose.Any suggestion is wellcome.
I've just started running my pan, here are the tyres and body i run:
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&C=CJJGAN&P=SM (bottom)
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXZY95&P=0

If you are after an actual pan body stormer have a few:
http://www.stormerhobbies.com/cgi-bi...umb=on&smode=0

And you can check out John's thread for more sites.

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a question and an idea question are you siro? idea NEU motor
siro? . . . only heard about Neu motors,where can i see/buy it ?
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well,i thought about it but it doesn't fit,also Velocity motors wont.

velociti motors fit in pan cars.. atleast they fit in mine and all the peiple i have talked to.. you may need to bend the motor tabs, or swap out the new tab ring for the old "pass thorugh" type..
my MAX10 with velociti..

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about the neu motor

talk to b4maz

he has one for his 200mph car
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You wouldn't need that much power to beat a nitro car.
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You wouldn't need that much power to beat a nitro car.
I'm with you on that one...
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