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Old 03-30-2009, 03:09 PM   #1
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Default does the unsenored mamba max esc work with a sensored motor?

I've google searched it and found a bunch of chit-chat.

Does the unsensored mamba max esc work with ANY 10.5, 13.5, 17.5 motor??

yes or no


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I think this belongs in the "Radio and Electronics" forum.
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anyone?
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Yes it wil.

I run mine in a 1/5 motorcycle with a 3.5 speed passion motor which has a
sensor port.
It runs great, with no cogging.
Make sure just to update the mamba firmware.


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I've run a Novak 8.5 motor with a Castle Sidewinder (1/10th esc).

Works well - I run this off-road.

I plug the sensor cable into the shock tower.
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I've run a Novak 8.5 motor with a Castle Sidewinder (1/10th esc).

Works well - I run this off-road.

I plug the sensor cable into the shock tower.
that was funny!!! I gotta try that! thanks for the input and the joke!
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Yes it wil.

I run mine in a 1/5 motorcycle with a 3.5 speed passion motor which has a
sensor port.
It runs great, with no cogging.
Make sure just to update the mamba firmware.


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WWOOWW! your moto must pop wheelies crazy!!!!!

thanks for the info. now I gotta find out what's the best brand motors to buy.
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yes it will. However u need to program on the PC using the castlelink the timing power and start up power on high
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