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Old 04-30-2005, 09:04 AM   #1
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Default Hacker vs Kontronik Brushless motor......well which one?

Need some feedback on any personal experience with a Hacker or Kontronik brushless set up.
My personal experience is I have a Graupner Evo50 7.2v motor (S)(made by Hacker for Graupner) and it has a 3980Kv.
I run a U-Force 75 esc through my Mi2 (83 spur and 22 pinion) 1:8 final drive.
I'm just wonder if I went up to a higher Kv if the performance would be a little more blistering, this is where any personal experience/advice would be appreciated.

My thoughts are maybe 4200 or 4700Kv (S/can) but not sure?

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