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Old 08-01-2009, 01:18 AM   #1
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Default EZRUN Brushless System Combo- any good?

New to the brushless world.

How are the "EZRUN Brushless System Combo" from the HobbyPartz online store?

I'll be using it on a Tamiya M03 Cooper.

Any advise or comments would be appreciated.
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Old 08-01-2009, 05:26 AM   #2
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New to the brushless world.

How are the "EZRUN Brushless System Combo" from the HobbyPartz online store?

I'll be using it on a Tamiya M03 Cooper.

Any advise or comments would be appreciated.
They're ok i.e. works fine. Relatively cheap, but probably can't match the performance of the premium brands. I've been using a 5.5T with the 60A esc in a TB03, and my friend uses the 9T and 35a(?) esc in his TT01E.

So far, no problems for either one of us. I should qualify thought, that (i) the cooling fan on my friend's esc was defective out of the box, but still no overheating problems, and (ii) we're using nimh batteries, and have conservative gearing.
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Definitely I agree with the other guys too, good value for money and solid performance. We have a couple of guys running these at our club and they are competitive against guys running Speed Passion GT 1.0 / 1.1 and LRP Sphere and Novak GTB.
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In Australia we use the 13T as an equivalent to a black and are very reliable in a mini
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Old 08-01-2009, 09:32 AM   #5
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Thanks guys for the feed back

So, which will I know will fit in the M03?
Will this fit:
EZRun Series Senor less Brushless Electronic Speed Control ESC + Brushless 10T-3650S- KV 3932 Motor & Program Card w/ 10 Programmable Modes?

Is it worth the price upgrade from this model:

EZRUN Brushless System Combo B1 w/ 35A ESC and [email protected] 3650M Brushless Motor?

Also should I be concern with compatibility with my old 75.830 mhz AM gear?

Thanks..I feel kinda lost in all this..

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