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Old 03-07-2005, 05:27 AM
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Did someone try to put brushless motor on the pro 4?
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Old 03-07-2005, 05:35 AM
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why do you ask? im pretty sure someone has, im planning to, once the sphere come out.
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Because I want to use brushless motor but I don't know what will be good and I need some advice about which motor, esc and more.
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Can you recommend me on a good brushless motor and esc?
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for starters you can get the novak ss5800 system it comes with the esc and motor. i think its around 180 now.
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What about Hacker C40 Series? someone tried him?
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I run novak ss5800, runs fine.

o wanted to order hacker c40 which is 350 watts, but a guy suggested me to buy lehner basic xl5000 =) which is 1300 watts,
should get at the end of this week with uforce75

i don't know, but a guy told that novak comparing to lehner is a toy well, we'll see very soon...
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Form where I can but the lehner xl5000 ?
Where I can find some videos of Pro 4 with brushless motor?
or other car but with brushless?
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Originally posted by TooLy
Form where I can but the lehner xl5000 ?
Where I can find some videos of Pro 4 with brushless motor?
or other car but with brushless?

www.finedesignrc.com this is the place i ordered from...
i was told that this motor is for extreme drivers

videos... i don't know, but i will definitely make some videos when i put a new motor in...
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I be waiting in expectation.
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Why aren't you guys considering the LRP sphere..which should be coming out at the end of this month or early next month. Friends told me that U-force 75 with a Shadow is a good setup. But I'm sure the LRP would be good too.
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Originally posted by loosenut
Why aren't you guys considering the LRP sphere..which should be coming out at the end of this month or early next month. Friends told me that U-force 75 with a Shadow is a good setup. But I'm sure the LRP would be good too.

lrp will be more powerful than novak, but nothing special
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The best motor that I have found for large outdoor tracks is the Plettenberg Shadow. High RPM (6400 rpm/v) and lot of torque. I run it on a Schulze U-Force 75. You may have trouble fitting the Basic XL 5000 in a sedan, it has a rather long can.
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Originally posted by kufman
The best motor that I have found for large outdoor tracks is the Plettenberg Shadow. High RPM (6400 rpm/v) and lot of torque. I run it on a Schulze U-Force 75. You may have trouble fitting the Basic XL 5000 in a sedan, it has a rather long can.
it's the same as novak, so should be no big deal...
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With which pack you use?
How much run time do you have?
Where I can find some details about this motor?
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