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Old 07-17-2012, 06:18 AM   #1
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I just got an e10 drift and its slow for long runs but great for drifting wats a good motor and pinion gear setup to make it a tire swap between the 2 with out having to convert it to touring And if theres a thread like this sorry

I have been looking at the e maxx 21 t motor does it fit also
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Old 07-17-2012, 06:31 AM   #2
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An E-MAXX motor is too large.

Hard for me to recommend a motor that is within the 21 turn limit of the standard ESC, there are not many faster options than the kit motor. An HPI Saturn 20 or Firebolt 15 might work, but there is a risk they will overheat the ESC as well.
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So wat esc and motor is a good combo i got the car for 70 bucks so droping in a lil bit to make it wat i want is not a problem
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Old 07-17-2012, 06:42 AM   #4
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The Hobbywing EZRun seems like the best inexpensive motor/esc combo.

It's a sensorless brushless so not quite as smooth as the sensored systems used by racers or very serious drifters, but it is very good for the money. 9T or 13T motors are both plenty fast enough.
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I would rather stay with a sensored sustem to prevent more exapenses in the long run i rather spend it the first time the write way than have to repair somthing that burned out
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I'm afraid you won't get a decent sensored system for $70. You need to double/triple that figure.
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For about $90 you can get into a decent system. A brushless hobbies esc, I have three of them and they are very good. And a turnigy track star motor, its been good so far but I haven't had it for long.
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Wat are the part # for the systems u mentioned jsiclair
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http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dProduct=21959
One of the motors

Esc's https://brushlesshobbies.3dcartstore...ew_full_site=1
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http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dProduct=21959
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Esc's https://brushlesshobbies.3dcartstore...ew_full_site=1
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