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Old 08-09-2012, 06:54 PM   #1
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i need a motor. novak lrp or reddy 7.5 trun for a tc 6.1 kit. what ia better make of motor to pick
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i need a motor. novak lrp or reddy 7.5 trun for a tc 6.1 kit. what ia better make of motor to pick
orca rx2
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then reedy
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Old 08-09-2012, 07:02 PM   #3
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dont need a war here. just a good motor to to play with
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LRP motors are known for taking a lot of heat and still run strong. IMO
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i like the 12 x ones are the good
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the X12 series are good motors, as well as the rest that were listed. Comes down to personal preference and price point (most will be very close in price). I have loved my revtech, and been very impressed by the new d3.5. I've also seen thunder powers go fast too, and they're rebuildable
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