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Old 10-27-2011, 07:41 AM   #1
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Default Looking for some input on a Castle Creations set up for a TC4

Good morning RC Tech. I am looking to get a castle creations 1/10 scale esc and motor for my TC4.

I am torn between the Sidewinder SV2 or the mamba max pro 4600 or 5700kv setups.

I race on a oval pavement track. Which one would you choose for this? I have some 2-3s lipo packs, more of 3 cell so Id like something that can take up to 3s.

Thanks so much guys,

IF ANYONE HAS A COMBO THAT THEY ARE SELLING PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT IT IS AND HOW MUCH, WILL ONLY CONSIDER CASTLE CREATIONS. THANKS
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Old 10-27-2011, 05:54 PM   #2
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i run a 5700 MMP in my stadium truck with a 3s. WICKED FAST!!! I really like the setup. plenty of throttle control, adjustable settings w/ computer, etc. great setup. i think 5700 is the fastest you can go with a 3s setup.
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