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Old 04-20-2010, 01:14 AM   #1
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Cool Brushless Motor (13.5t) and ESC Suggestion Required

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What brushless motors 13.5t and esc do people reccommend to race onroad with lipo batteries

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Old 04-20-2010, 04:08 AM   #2
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For 13.5, you can look into the Tekin combo. Excellent product and support.
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thanks for your infomation
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I prefer Tekin ESC and ballistic motors. Motors are "fairly" equal these days. The ESC is where all the magic happens.
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You wont go far wring with the Tekin combo RS Esc and 13.5 redline motor. Can also recommend the Ballastic motors. In my case the Ballastic is a faster motor.
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You wont go far wring with the Tekin combo RS Esc ....
Ive been looking at an new esc as well.
For 13.5, would the RS or RS PRO be better (whats the difference??)
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Ive been looking at an new esc as well.
For 13.5, would the RS or RS PRO be better (whats the difference??)
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The RS has a motor limit of down to a 5.5R for most applications, while the RSPro has no motor limits.

RS is slightly smaller than the RSPro because RS has 1/2 the amount of FET than the RSPro.

So unless you will be playing with modified motors, RS is good choice.
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Hey Guys
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