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Old 01-16-2008, 03:04 PM   #1
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when racers are using the lrp 3.5t motor in a touring car are they using 5 or 6 cells?

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depends where they're from (heeey where you from ?). In europe 5 cells for sure.
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i'm in the usa. i was setting my car up following some setup sheets and it doesn't really say how many cells they had. looking at all the sheets i have, some ran 5 cell with this motor combo but i was planning on running a 2c lipo. if it makes a difference they used 21/87 gearing. would i be able to use the same gear with the lipo?
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I ran the LRP 3.5 on 5 cells. For me personally 3.5 and 6 cells is WAY too much HP. If you are not a very seasoned mod driver I would recommend 4.5 and 5.5.
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