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Old 11-04-2009, 03:51 PM   #1
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Hello I bought a sprint 2 flux BRUSHLESS
I want to know the battery that must be used to make the car be very, very fast ... More than 100 kilometers per hour without causing damage to the MOTOR AND SPEED CONTROLER
And what gear is used (part numbers)
And the second a question how can I keep the MOTOR AND SPEED CONTROLER from damage
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Old 11-04-2009, 04:18 PM   #2
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I am really not the expert on this but I will try the best I can.

1. The car should rip with just a standard 6cell NIMH battery, or a 2S Lipo. If you really want to scream go with a 3s lipo. I dont know if it will handle a 4s or 5s lipo but thats the easiest way to bump it up.

2. The easiest way to not break anything or not hurt anything is to do the opposite of everything I said in #1. Put a 1s lipo in it and go slow. Seriously I think you will be more than pleased with a 2s lipo. Thats what I would run. All your friends will still go WOW when you run it in the street.
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I am really not the expert on this but I will try the best I can.

1. The car should rip with just a standard 6cell NIMH battery, or a 2S Lipo. If you really want to scream go with a 3s lipo. I dont know if it will handle a 4s or 5s lipo but thats the easiest way to bump it up.

2. The easiest way to not break anything or not hurt anything is to do the opposite of everything I said in #1. Put a 1s lipo in it and go slow. Seriously I think you will be more than pleased with a 2s lipo. Thats what I would run. All your friends will still go WOW when you run it in the street.
#2 is the way to go. Speed runs get boring VERY fast and can be costly if you lose control of the car.
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Old 11-05-2009, 03:57 AM   #4
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I am really not the expert on this but I will try the best I can.

1. The car should rip with just a standard 6cell NIMH battery, or a 2S Lipo. If you really want to scream go with a 3s lipo. I dont know if it will handle a 4s or 5s lipo but thats the easiest way to bump it up.

2. The easiest way to not break anything or not hurt anything is to do the opposite of everything I said in #1. Put a 1s lipo in it and go slow. Seriously I think you will be more than pleased with a 2s lipo. Thats what I would run. All your friends will still go WOW when you run it in the street.
Thanks very much goooooooooooooooood advice
3 lipo is appropriate, I think,
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Old 11-05-2009, 04:01 AM   #5
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#2 is the way to go. Speed runs get boring VERY fast and can be costly if you lose control of the car.
We have a very wide street
I mean there was no fear of accidents
And grateful to you good advice

Did you mean 2 lipo is the right
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Old 11-12-2009, 01:54 PM   #6
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Thank you very much my friends
I purchased 3s lipo 11.1v 2200ma
The car turned to the jet and up to speed insane
But I have a small problem
Welding separated from the link Battery
I think the heat



On the whole very thanks 4 your support in the great
I repeat my thanks
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