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Old 11-03-2008, 06:02 PM   #1
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Hi, my club and I are looking for some BL alternatives to Silver Cans, so it seems the Hobbywing or EzRUN systems are the way to go...

But based on rc-mini.net review the (13T /3000Kv) is the less powerful motor, but it can be compared to a Black Can....

And I found this looking in Ebay....

Would this motor (32T) be the alternative to Silver Cans????

http://cgi.ebay.com/Hobbywing-EZrun-...d=p3286.c0.m14
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:21 PM   #2
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1200kv..that is more of a crawler based set up.
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Maybe a 15t or 16t would be fine but a 32t thats like a silver can gear at 10fdr
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Old 11-04-2008, 01:33 PM   #4
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OK got it.... it's just that these 308 motors are getting me confused hehehe
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Hi, my club and I are looking for some BL alternatives to Silver Cans, so it seems the Hobbywing or EzRUN systems are the way to go...

Hobbywing, Ezrun, Speed-Passion, Venom etc are from same factory. I believe the most higher price one is better since they use better components.

As I knew, those low price versions always have problem or burnt out easily. Be wise when you make final decision.
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However, the photos were taken after crashed (claimed by the player).
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However, the photos were taken after crashed (claimed by the player).
Crashed into what? A brick wall? I run brushless motors in off road and 1/12 scale. I've had my fair share of crashes, but I never damaged a motor. Proof positive you get what you pay for. Spend a few extra dollars and go with one of the more established brands. Sure they all get their motors made in China, but there is a difference in quality control.
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Hobbywing, Ezrun, Speed-Passion, Venom etc are from same factory. I believe the most higher price one is better since they use better components.

As I knew, those low price versions always have problem or burnt out easily. Be wise when you make final decision.
The manufacturer of the Speed Pasion, Venom 120A ESC is Hobbywing. The eZRun line of esc belongs to Hobbywing.
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The manufacturer of the Speed Pasion, Venom 120A ESC is Hobbywing. The eZRun line of esc belongs to Hobbywing.
That means all came from same factory.
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That means all came from same factory.
Meaning Hobbywing, yes .
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Yes OEM to Hobbywing !
next week have new co. release sensored ESC !
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Old 11-05-2008, 04:22 AM   #13
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i run a hobby wing unit and motor on lipo and have not had a problem with motor and esc
what are the holes in your motor cassing on the top,and the pieces of metal on top of the esc there for,did the plug short out or did you tape the plug wires on and how hard did you hit/what were you driving can we see photos of that as well
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