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Old 04-23-2010, 06:51 PM   #1
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hey guys,

before you start telling me to do my homework and go read threads on the forum about the subject, i just wanna say that i've been reading for the last 2 monthes maybe about the whole electric thing. i had zero knowledge about electric and now quiet familiar with everything.

but it seems like the more i read about Motors and esc the more i get confused and Lost..... not really sure what brand Motor i should get. after reading alot of threads and feedback. i think i've made up my mind to buy the Teking Rs Pro esc.

but Motor!!!! there are alot of brands out there and not sure what to get, i will buy 2 motors, one 13.5T and one 6.5T and the ones am thinking about are:
1- LRP
2- speedpassion
3- Nemesis
4- Novak ballistic
5- Orion

which one to get and why???

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P.S. dont tell me to go check what the guys are running on the track since we haven't built the track yet

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Just buy a Novak Ballistic 13.5 and a spare 6.5 wound stator.

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hey guys,

before you start telling me to do my homework and go read threads on the forum about the subject, i just wanna say that i've been reading for the last 2 monthes maybe about the whole electric thing. i had zero knowledge about electric and now quiet familiar with everything.

but it seems like the more i read about Motors and esc the more i get confused and Lost..... not really sure what brand Motor i should get. after reading alot of threads and feedback. i think i've made up my mind to buy the Teking Rs Pro esc.

but Motor!!!! there are alot of brands out there and not sure what to get, i will buy 2 motors, one 13.5T and one 6.5T and the ones am thinking about are:
1- LRP
2- speedpassion
3- Nemesis
4- Novak ballistic
5- Orion

which one to get and why???

cheers

P.S. dont tell me to go check what the guys are running on the track since we haven't built the track yet

cheers
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Old 04-23-2010, 07:36 PM   #3
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thanks for the fast answer,

are Novak Motors as fast as your answers???

do you mean this part? and ofcourse choose the 6.5T??
http://www.shopatron.com/products/pr...56.56692.0.0.0

how do you compare your Ballistic 6.5T to other brands 6.5T motors?? speed and reliability??

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thanks for the fast answer,

are Novak Motors as fast as your answers???

Yes, they are!

do you mean this part? and ofcourse choose the 6.5T??
http://www.shopatron.com/products/pr...56.56692.0.0.0

That is the correct replacement wound stator for the Ballistic motor.

how do you compare your Ballistic 6.5T to other brands 6.5T motors?? speed and reliability??

Meets, or exceeds, performance and reliability and offers complete user repairability.

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Sounds great to me

thanks for the answers, subject closed (Ballistic it is)

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