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Old 04-02-2011, 05:41 AM   #16
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Im using the gm star wind 13,5 very good motor hopefully
Ill b getting the hobbywing motor soon
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hobbywing motor is very cheap against LRP or SP but i need to know if i can use it or no...
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Old 04-02-2011, 07:51 AM   #18
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hobbywing motor is very cheap against LRP or SP but i need to know if i can use it or no...
Give cherry a ring or pm him on here he shud b able to help
U out ...
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cherry? how can i find him? cherry2blost ?
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cherry? how can i find him? cherry2blost ?
Yeah i meant him (cherry2blost) his on the hobbywing thread ..
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cool, thanks, just sent him PM
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or just wire a micro switch for the throttle. They will both provide similar throttle feel.
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or just wire a micro switch for the throttle. They will both provide similar throttle feel.


On a serious note, Buy either a Tekin, Hobbying, ORCA

look for what has most support knowledge at the tracks you will be racing at.

They are all as good as each other and provide different feels.

Ive driven both Tekin and Hobbywing and I didnt like the Tekin for the above reason (it just doesnt feel good). whereas I could make the hobbywing feel more linear rather than just on off.

I do believe though that in stock Tekins are quicker on longer straights, but hobbywings/sp provide more grunt on the infield. There isnt much in it, but are you a guy that likes power on the straight for compromising the feel on the infield, or someone that would rather have better feel in the infield and mayb a foot less on a BIG straight?
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there is not very big track, just i would say more tight straight is not very long so i think i dont need be fast on that anyway, im not sure i can improve to be in first five thats why i think ill stay with Hobbywing, just need to find motor if not Hobbywing motor
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Motor? thats an EASY one to answer.

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probably is not legal, i thought about LRP X12...?
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