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Old 05-20-2011, 07:01 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Tamiya m05 pro and Hpi cup racer brushless system?

Hey people. Need some help choosing a brushless system for the new cars I am about to start putting together. I do not have so much knowledge on this matter. Best regards, LC
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Hobbywing 13T with 35A speedo should let you have a lot of fun!!!
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Hobbywing 13T with 35A speedo should let you have a lot of fun!!!
with M05,M03
More powerfull motors than that just tend to just wheelspin the tyres, and cause swerving wildly to one side
I used to run 9T in my mini's. Lots of fun but not really practical.
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with M05,M03
More powerfull motors than that just tend to just wheelspin the tyres, and cause swerving wildly to one side
I used to run 9T in my mini's. Lots of fun but not really practical.

Agree, the fun factor with these mini chassis is how fast you can run the car that is controllable for a hot lap in a track, kinda like finding your setup zone, just before the wackee zone where you bounce like a pinball in the track, for our cars, silver cans, 21.5 or a little prush 17.5 work perfect, its brings the fun out of the car.
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Now I am going to do some research. I will let you guys know what I choose. Cheers.!
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