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Old 12-14-2016, 05:18 PM   #1
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Default Drift motor ?

What is the difference between a regular brushless motor and a drift motor? Buddy what to sell me a 10.5t dirft motor but dont know if it will work for my 2wd slash.
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If the motor is really designed to be feathered and not full throttle and just have enough power to break loose PVC tires on a smooth surface, to me, it's just a name companies slap on for marketing purposes.

Just like gaming PC cases, gaming motherboard, gaming mouse, gaming keyboard, gaming chairs, gaming headset etc...they are all essentially the same thing as regular mouse keyboard etc but a lot flashier. they don't actually make you game better.
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