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Old 11-03-2010, 06:11 PM   #1
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I havent seen a thread for these So heres one. Share you setups, Gearing, Ask your questions, etc. Heres Mine.

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Default They are stump lifters man!!!

Way more bottom end than the Duo2, but will rev great and respond to timing very well. I have actually found you can gear up a tooth or two with the D3. A team mate and I will be running then in onroad and 1s applications this and next week. Will give update then!
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I agreee, All around better motor, And Its lighter.
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I have been running these for the last couple weeks and they run very good and you will find they run much cooler.

Has to be one of the best motors Dieter has drawn. This could be the one.
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Way more bottom end than the Duo2, but will rev great and respond to timing very well. I have actually found you can gear up a tooth or two with the D3. A team mate and I will be running then in onroad and 1s applications this and next week. Will give update then!
Dead on. The bottom end on this motor is great.
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I havent seen a thread for these So heres one. Share you setups, Gearing, Ask your questions, etc. Heres Mine.

It's been a little quiet there lately.
Looks like this motor is proving to be better than the 1 & 2.
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...3-duo-3-a.html
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