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Old 01-08-2010, 05:29 AM   #1
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Default Modified - LRP/Nosram X12 vs. Speed Passion

I'm planning to buy new modified motor (5.5T), just havent
decided which brand it will be.
Any advices and experience?
Options are SP V3 5.5T and LRP/Nosram X12 5.5T
Thank you in advance.
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I prefer the Speedpassion motors They stay a lot cooler and are easy to change with the new plug in stytem. I also found them smoother. The new lrp octa wind mod motors could be very fast though..

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The SP motors have a proven winning history, you would be hard pressed to find a better motor.
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