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Old 05-25-2009, 12:05 PM   #16
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I am with you, I still run older stuff in offroad, but thats a lot more about driving and set up. I did however recently switch to brushless and lipo for my carpet oval stuff and it is the way to go. I picked up a Novak Havoc esc and a 21.5 motor for less than $150.00 also scored 2 3200mah 20c Yea Racing lipos for $85.00 and run just as good as everyone else.

When the funds allow, I will be going to that same set up for my off road.
Switching to brushless/lipo was one of the best things I have ever done. I just have to figure out what to do with all the extra time I now have.
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Old 05-25-2009, 01:17 PM   #17
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It was all good in 2007 lipo was needed there was something called a stock motor and stock motor class... what is todays technology verses 2 years ago? because that is when I went out and bought everything for my rc car. nimh pulsar competition 2 charger, bulldog rdc-15 (with out the Bleeping fan), futaba 3pj, Novak GT-7, Monster Stock motor, hs615-mg, fusion v2 battery pack? umm

WHAT THE... HAPPENED
I NEED HELP BAD

sounds l;ike you had your head in the sand?

if lipo was needed in 2007 why did you buy pulsar 2 charger?
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Old 05-25-2009, 09:12 PM   #18
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I still run a brushed motor, but with lipos in my TC5, you can't beat the money motor for speed and reliability. I really haven't got the time needed to maintain nimh's properly. I also run the stockest of stock motors in my 18th blaze, off-road is more about getting round the track quick than going fast.
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