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Old 04-15-2011, 11:02 PM   #1
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Default setting up TT-01R Type-E for bashing - what servo, etc?

i have no idea what's ideal right now. been gone for a while. i mentioned in my other thread i have a older stuff set up for my old xxx-t. a Futaba HRS 3PM with receiver, CC ESC and Mamba Max 7700KV and a Futaba 3050MG servo.

i think i'd rather just leave all of that alone in my truck. technically i could just get another R303 HRS receiver and use my existing radio. it's synthesized, but it's 75mhz. hey, it's older.

-servo: what servo is sexy now for said bashing TC?

-ESC/motor: i think i'll probably get another 7700 setup or maybe CC's 9000. i can always detune if needed. i don't know, why not. it's a basher.

-battery: any suggestions? if i'm going with a high KV setup i guess i'm looking at 2S 40C from whatever manufacturer i can decide on.

-radio: stick with my old setup or get something fresh and 2.4ghz?

this covers many different categories and could go in several sub-forums but i figure electric on-road is where the tt-01 operators would be.
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