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Old 05-26-2009, 12:51 AM   #1
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Default Tamiya TA05 - Set up

I use a tamiya ta 05 for racing at my local blub every fortnight and love it.

I want to set it up for drag racing while I am not racing it..

I want to work out which is the fastest brushless system to get for drag racing?

How do you work out which motor combo to go with??

Is this how you work it out??

System 1) Traxxas Velion = 3500kv X 11.1 Volt Lipo = 38,850 RPM

System 2) Castle Creations = 9000kv X 7.4 Volt Lipo = 66,000 RPM

System 3) Associated Vecotr = 11600kv X 6 Volts = 69,600 RPM

Is it purely mathematics, going with the highest RPM?

Is there anything else you need to consider?

I know gearing plays a large part.

Can anyone suggest an insane combo?
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