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Old 09-05-2015, 03:01 AM
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What's the advantages to runing two motors?
I have two motors same specs different brands tho.
Would you need two esc? How do you make that work
The new motor I have dosnt have plug in like the stock axial motor
It has 4 post looks like, how to I connect that?

Can a brushed motor get wet or does it have to be brushless?
Can you still get a lot of torque out of brushless.
From what I understand there more for speed is this true.

Any advice is much appreciated
Sorry if some of these questions are off still learning the electric aspect of things.
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It will improve performance, but I would only run identical motors. Just because 2 motors are the same turn, does not mean they will be equal (or even close) in performance.
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Old 09-07-2015, 08:07 AM
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Originally Posted by 1967Typhoon
It will improve performance, but I would only run identical motors. Just because 2 motors are the same turn, does not mean they will be equal (or even close) in performance.
Thank the other motor I have is a Holmes hobby expert how would I hook it up
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Old 09-07-2015, 11:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Alf808
What's the advantages to runing two motors?
I have two motors same specs different brands tho.kko
Would you need two esc? How do you make that work
The new motor I have dosnt have plug in like the stock axial motor
It has 4 post looks like, how to I connect that?

Can a brushed motor get wet or does it have to be brushless?
Can you still get a lot of torque out of brushless.
From what I understand there more for speed is this true.

Any advice is much appreciated
Sorry if some of these questions are off still learning the electric aspect of things.
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