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Old 03-02-2012, 11:07 PM   #1
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can i use a reedy XP SC450-BL with a 21.5 motor. please help. thankyou
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can i use a reedy XP SC450-BL with a 21.5 motor. please help. thankyou
as long as the motor is sensor-less as well, yes u can
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ok cool thankyou. will it cog if if it is sensored
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ok cool thankyou. will it cog if if it is sensored
if you try to run a sensored motor with a sensor-less esc it wont work at all unless its a motor that is made to be able to run with or without the sensor wire like the lrp vector k4's for example sensorless does cog a lil sometimes its not very noticeable at the track since your constantly moving most of the time the esc doesnt have to remember where the motor shaft is, thats another reason why sensored is good
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