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Old 01-22-2009, 02:37 PM   #1
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Has anyone ran a Roar Approved 10.5 motor in a Touring Car with A EZRun/Tekmodel/Hobbywing 35A Esc. & 7.4v li-po

They say they are rated to 9T but i Heard this is a 380 sized motor rating????,no one seems sure 100%

(Of course it wont be running in sensored mode, but that doesnt bother me)

I want to be sure from some one that may have done it?

before i buy one

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Old 01-23-2009, 01:05 AM   #2
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Old 01-23-2009, 01:36 AM   #3
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I am interested in the answer as well. I have a 60A esc to try. Some of the racers in my club say they are no good but none of them have used one or seen one used.
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I have both the 5.5 (60A) and the 9t (35A) and they are great speedo's for the price. I have ran a novak 10.5 on the 9t (35a) and it was fine (although I didnt race it, it was just racing around a carpark for 15 mins or so).

I race the 9t motor with it when racing, and the combo is reliable and fast.
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I can support what Qatmix is saying. He's been using this for a few months and it is quick and reliable. I used one for the first time last week and I couldn't believe the difference in acceleration and top speed. Ours is a small, tight track and this combo is insane on this track. I had to get one to keep up with the rest of our heat.
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has any one run a speed passion 10.5 13.5 or 17.5 with these esc's

And had any cogging (Stuttering from takeoff)

I have heard that they do cogg a bit running these motors?
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has any one run a speed passion 10.5 13.5 or 17.5 with these esc's

And had any cogging (Stuttering from takeoff)

I have heard that they do cogg a bit running these motors?
This weekend we had a 10. and 17.5 with these ESCs with a 17.5 it took a couple of seconds to accelerate and he friend the ESC with the 10.5 (Both speed passions)
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