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Old 02-17-2014, 06:42 PM   #16
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The Sprint 2 Sport is LiPo ready and can handle lower turn motors but the servo sucks. I would get a better servo and switch to LiPo's out of the box. Get some Associated ballcups and replace the stock ones as they add slop and pop off/break more easily.
how low of a turn? its either the flux or sprint 2. no racing, just some fun in the streets..
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how low of a turn? its either the flux or sprint 2. no racing, just some fun in the streets..
The Sprint2Sport (brushed comes with 15t), the SC15 esc (no brushless support, obviously), and it's fun. I have one. Got track dots for fun with it and the Tamiya F103.

The Sprint2Drift (brushed, comes with 17t), drift tires, and is otherwise identical to the Sport.

The Sprint2Flux (brushless, comes with 10t), slicks, and uses a rebranded Castle Creations Sidewinder 3 ESC & Motor.

Likely the lowest turn supported with the Flux's stock ESC is 8-9 turns. I would suggest as others did... to buy a roller. The Flux's ESC/motor is sensorless, which sucks cuz it will cog when you start moving (have this in my Kemora).

My next upgrade for my S2S is a sensored ESC/brushless.
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The Sprint2Sport (brushed comes with 15t), the SC15 esc (no brushless support, obviously), and it's fun. I have one. Got track dots for fun with it and the Tamiya F103.

The Sprint2Drift (brushed, comes with 17t), drift tires, and is otherwise identical to the Sport.

The Sprint2Flux (brushless, comes with 10t), slicks, and uses a rebranded Castle Creations Sidewinder 3 ESC & Motor.

Likely the lowest turn supported with the Flux's stock ESC is 8-9 turns. I would suggest as others did... to buy a roller. The Flux's ESC/motor is sensorless, which sucks cuz it will cog when you start moving (have this in my Kemora).

My next upgrade for my S2S is a sensored ESC/brushless.
Thanks, ill keep this in mind. but where can i get some track dots? i see that tower has cones but want the dots..
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