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Old 08-13-2009, 06:29 AM   #1
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Does anyone knows what are the possible replacement for the rotor of mamba motors? Like the mamba 9000kv.

Because I have just destroyed the shaft of the motor.
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Does anyone knows what are the possible replacement for the rotor of mamba motors? Like the mamba 9000kv.

Because I have just destroyed the shaft of the motor.
No replacement since you ran it on 3s.In anyother case you could sent it in and they sould replaced the motor.Sorry but next time you have to read the instructions
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No replacement since you ran it on 3s.In anyother case you could sent it in and they sould replaced the motor.Sorry but next time you have to read the instructions
What I mean is that, any ROTOR replacement available?
Is it possible to put a LRP X11 Rotor in the mamba max can?
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What I mean is that, any ROTOR replacement available?
Is it possible to put a LRP X11 Rotor in the mamba max can?
I doubt it since they are just a little bit different from one another not to work.
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Did you see the link to the pdf. I posted in the other thread you started? May help you out next time. No 3s on the 7700 or 9000kv.
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What I mean is that, any ROTOR replacement available?
Is it possible to put a LRP X11 Rotor in the mamba max can?
You cannot open a MM motor.
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You cannot open a MM motor.
I dont think so, I just did open it.
I just dont know if the replacement rotors will work in the mamba motor.
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You cannot open a MM motor.
You can open the motor, but I think can only use the original rotors.
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