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Old 10-03-2011, 05:50 PM   #1
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What is the ideal tq/speed for an on-road car??? I know you guys recommend speed under .10 or so, how torque??? Are we talking over 200 oz/in????
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What is the ideal tq/speed for an on-road car??? I know you guys recommend speed under .10 or so, how torque??? Are we talking over 200 oz/in????
JR9100S .06 @ 6v, 180 oz/in. Works great.
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Thanks for the reply bud, I was questioning if my 1015ace would suffice, I guess it will do just fine. What do you think of an 8711 in a touring car??? That's what my bud is running in his tc6.
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Thanks for the reply bud, I was questioning if my 1015ace would suffice, I guess it will do just fine. What do you think of an 8711 in a touring car??? That's what my bud is running in his tc6.
Way overkill. You don't need 403 oz/in in a TC. Probably draws a lot of current. With an Rx pack in a Truggy, no problem. Why draw that current if you don't have to?
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