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Old 10-19-2007, 06:42 PM
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I decided to make the move to brushless for offroad and i was wondering because i couldn't find it, what is the 6.5 close to copared to a brushed motor? thanks for any help.
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Old 10-20-2007, 12:35 AM
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its a 6400 kv , mamba has a 6900 witch is like a 6t and the 5700 witch is like a 9t
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a 5.5 is around 10-11t so i think the 6.5 is around 12t-13t
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its a about 12 double in a brush motor.
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Thanks for help the help guys.
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The 6.5 is the perfect motor for truck.
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I plan on getting a xxx-tcr so i'm glad to here that that will work good for truck but right now it will be used in 4wd buggy.
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We will have all the gearing and application info posted shortly. Basically, a 3.5 will be for Touring cars and will give power equivalent to a 6 or 7 turn motor. A 7.5 is around a 12 or 13 turn, a 6.5 is like a 10-11, a 5.5 is like an 8-9, and a 4.5 is like a 7-8.
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