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Old 02-12-2004, 07:35 PM   #1
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If my esc has a 7 turn motor limit, what is the lowest turn motor I should go to? I was thinking of getting an Epic binary 2 10 turn motor, would that be fine or could I go lower.
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a 7 turn motor limit means you can go down to a 7 turn motor. I advise you not to go that low, the esc may heat up alittle, and you don't need anything lower than a 10 turn anyway. Your fine with what ya want.
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Thanks, Just didn't want to ruin my gm v12, because it has no warranty.
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