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Old 12-18-2009, 04:46 AM   #1
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I currently have a speed controller which is meant for 10.5T motors and has a peak of 100A and can handle 70-80A running amps. I am looking to upgrade the motor to a lower turns, so is there a motor that would be faster than my 10.5T 3000k/v motor?

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I currently have a speed controller which is meant for 10.5T motors and has a peak of 100A and can handle 70-80A running amps. I am looking to upgrade the motor to a lower turns, so is there a motor that would be faster than my 10.5T 3000k/v motor?

Thanks in advance.
hey i would be careful going to low on the winds if it is not a high end speed controller as 10.5 on a cheaper speedy is around the limit. well for most anyways!!
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