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Old 06-25-2007, 01:33 PM
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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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Old 06-25-2007, 03:23 PM
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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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Originally Posted by trjracing View Post
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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Originally Posted by ghiro View Post
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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Originally Posted by more$thanbrains View Post
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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Originally Posted by ghiro View Post
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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