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Old 01-21-2009, 11:25 AM   #1
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I have a NOSRAM 3.5 running in mod 5 cell ENERG 4600 and i want to get a spare motor in case , i dont know what to get , im agressive when driving so my runtime is just 5 enough to finish the race with the 3.5 .

My choice is orion 3.5 because it keeps wining , and does it have a good run time ?

Or the GM 6t wich is equivalent to a 3t , what im concerned with this motor is that it might not have enough power to keep up against the other mod drviers ?

Or another nosram 3.5 .

Please give me your opinion guys , thanks.
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anyone please ??
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Could anyone please help me out ?
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the motor you are running is very nice..
i used to run the LRP x11 3.5T with 5 cell IB4600s

i would seriously consider going to another LRP motor, but in a lower wind.. either an LRP x12 4.5 or 5.5T
this at least gives you options.. different conditions might call for a slightly less powerful motor etc
it would also allows you to run 6 cell and maintain the same or just a little less power as you have now

also, the LRP x12 motors are VERY nice.. excellent motor in performance and design

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the motor you are running is very nice..
i used to run the LRP x11 3.5T with 5 cell IB4600s

i would seriously consider going to another LRP motor, but in a lower wind.. either an LRP x12 4.5 or 5.5T
this at least gives you options.. different conditions might call for a slightly less powerful motor etc
it would also allows you to run 6 cell and maintain the same or just a little less power as you have now

also, the LRP x12 motors are VERY nice.. excellent motor in performance and design

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Hi ,

Thanks for the reply , but as ive seen on the X12 its too powerfull so i think i wont have enough run time , im looking for a motor with good runtime and im only going to run 5 cell so as mentioned before, i dont know wich motor to get ?
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