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Old 09-03-2023, 01:22 PM
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Could anybody recommend me, which is the best latest OUTLAW spec motors you have ever used:
HW Bandit G4
MuchMore Specter V3
Trinity Double Down
Rocket V4s Outlaw
Fantom Helix Outlaw
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My God man, just get a modified motor.
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Most motors these days, even the outlaw ones, are more or less the same.

Just look at how they're built. They're all identical.
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Originally Posted by DesertRat
My God man, just get a modified motor.
Not really, nowadays on many Asian countries still allow using the term "open brand" but without say "ROAR homologated" on that motor part for the rules, despite to be 13.5 or 17.5 whatever, so this is the reason I am asking for it.
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Originally Posted by Sabin
Most motors these days, even the outlaw ones, are more or less the same.

Just look at how they're built. They're all identical.
really
how would you know
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Just get a 2.0T fantom mod motor....
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Originally Posted by bertrandsv87
Just get a 2.0T fantom mod motor....


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Originally Posted by OVA
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I steal everyone's secrets!
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Originally Posted by Sabin
I steal everyone's secrets!
why would you wanted know
and knowing that it is useless
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Originally Posted by frankjason
When it comes to choosing the best OUTLAW spec motor among the options you've listed, it often comes down to personal preference and the specific requirements of your RC setup and racing style.

Each of the motors you mentioned has its own strengths and characteristics, making them suitable for different racing scenarios and preferences. Here's a brief overview:
  1. HW Bandit G4: Known for its reliability and consistent performance, the Hobbywing Bandit G4 is a popular choice for OUTLAW spec racing. It offers a good balance of power and control.
  2. MuchMore Specter V3: The MuchMore Specter V3 is appreciated for its smooth power delivery and efficiency. It's a choice for those who prioritize precision and consistency.
  3. Trinity Double Down: Trinity motors are well-regarded in the RC racing community. The Double Down series provides competitive power and durability.
  4. Rocket V4s Outlaw: The Rocket V4s series is known for its high power output, making it suitable for those looking for maximum speed in OUTLAW spec racing.
  5. Fantom Helix Outlaw: Fantom motors, like the Helix Outlaw, are known for their quality and performance. They offer a combination of power and efficiency.
Ultimately, the best motor for you will depend on your racing goals, the type of track you'll be racing on, and your personal preferences for power delivery and control. It's a good idea to gather input from fellow racers at your track or within the RC community to see which motor aligns best with your needs.

Keep in mind that motor technology is constantly evolving, so it's worth checking for the latest releases and reviews to stay updated on the newest options in the OUTLAW spec category. Happy racing!
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Depends on what turn? High turn motors like strong big rotors to pull amps. Lower turn like weaker or smaller rotors. What turn, class? Outlaw means not spec. There mods. Just make your own!
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Originally Posted by frankjason
When it comes to choosing the best OUTLAW spec motor among the options you've listed, it often comes down to personal preference and the specific requirements of your RC setup and racing style.

Each of the motors you mentioned has its own strengths and characteristics, making them suitable for different racing scenarios and preferences. Here's a brief overview:
  1. HW Bandit G4: Known for its reliability and consistent performance, the Hobbywing Bandit G4 is a popular choice for OUTLAW spec racing. It offers a good balance of power and control.
  2. MuchMore Specter V3: The MuchMore Specter V3 is appreciated for its smooth power delivery and efficiency. It's a choice for those who prioritize precision and consistency.
  3. Trinity Double Down: Trinity motors are well-regarded in the RC racing community. The Double Down series provides competitive power and durability.
  4. Rocket V4s Outlaw: The Rocket V4s series is known for its high power output, making it suitable for those looking for maximum speed in OUTLAW spec racing.
  5. Fantom Helix Outlaw: Fantom motors, like the Helix Outlaw, are known for their quality and performance. They offer a combination of power and efficiency.
Ultimately, the best motor for you will depend on your racing goals, the type of track you'll be racing on, and your personal preferences for power delivery and control. It's a good idea to gather input from fellow racers at your track or within the RC community to see which motor aligns best with your needs.

Keep in mind that motor technology is constantly evolving, so it's worth checking for the latest releases and reviews to stay updated on the newest options in the OUTLAW spec category. Happy racing!
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Originally Posted by Marcos.J
Totally expect a super moderator to be kinder. Bert has opinions and doesn't deserve to be berated on this forum.
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The best motor will be the one in combination with the best ESC, the best battery, the best car, the best option parts and of course the best driver.
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Originally Posted by glennhl
Totally expect a super moderator to be kinder. Bert has opinions and doesn't deserve to be berated on this forum.
I was referring to the 2T motor unless Bert is now a brushless motor
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