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Old 11-16-2007, 12:12 PM   #31
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Oh man, it won't be long before we see you in the LiPo threads I bet! :-)
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Novak offers a cheap, legal system for $169.00
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Old 11-16-2007, 02:20 PM   #33
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You might get them close, and there is a greater performance advantage than just bearings. In the end we are comparing an $83.00 BL motor to a $24.00 brushed motor. Not very fair.

The only true equivalent will be motors with similar performance AND price.

LOL....try buying a "stock" motor in my neck of the woods for only
$24. 2) 27t's are more than any brushless motor. ($40 each, as compared to 76.99). Sorry, I was ammused by that statement. I know I can mail order cheaper....but we gotta support the local shops as well.
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I think it would be nice to keep the classes separate for as long as possible.
That would be nice, but the TC scene in dwindling as we speak.
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Losi has an entry level system that will be $179 and Castle has one coming that is cheaper than that. I can see noobs using one of those when they first get started.
Dont forget Novak's XBR system
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