Orion VST2 XLW?

Old 02-05-2016, 01:37 PM
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Default Orion VST2 XLW?

Is anyone running the XLW version? They have a black case and lots of ventilation. Claim to be lighter than the regular VST2's. I noticed that every team car I have seen online recently appears to be running the regular model and not any of the newer ones.
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Old 04-06-2016, 01:47 AM
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Bumping this post 'cause i'm questioning me too about the LW and XLW series

As avaldes, i see that top drivers still using regular vst2 instead of lightweight ones, even on heavy 4wd like 22-4

I also read on a french forum few drivers complaints about getting no brake with the lightweights, isolated trouble or any of you have experienced this issue ??

I get 3 Orion motors (1 vst and 2 vst2) that i'm pretty happy with
now i'm searching for 5.5T to fit my (heavy) 22-4
a 10-15g less will be cool
but plenty torque and brake are the most important

so any help will be appreciated...
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Old 04-06-2016, 05:48 AM
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I will use this, but first race will be on 30.04, let's see, how 5.5T orion drives compared to 6.5 reds
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I have the 7.5 T in my TRF 417

good temperature behavior about 50degrees C on 35 Air
with 7.7 total gear ratio on a small indoor asphalt track
running 16 degrees ESC timing
butter smooth even without Sensor cable attached
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