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Old 03-04-2010, 08:49 PM   #1
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Hey guys I'm throwing together a car quickly and I want to know if my sensorless brushless speed control will work with a motor that is intended to be sensored? Also could you run a sensorless motor on a sensored speed control
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Any help guys...just wanna know if I can put a sensored motor to a sensorless speedcontrol.?
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You can, depends on which motor / ESC your using as to how smooth it will actually run.
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What's wrong with your 7700Kv Mamba? Assuming you have a Mamba Max (or Pro) esc ,yes you can.I was running my Mamba max with a GM EVO3 7T and a Team Orion Vortex 5.5T without any problem.The only issue i had was when i was running that speedo with a 17.5T EZRun (sensorless) and my Alien Power 17.5T (sensored).That makes me think that Mamba don't like to much the stock motors sensored or sensorless.
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