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Old 10-02-2012, 07:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Bmr4life View Post
You can, but you just have to gear it properly. You top speed will be a lot slower. Just watch the temps.

The size of the motor pretty much just dictates how easily it can move the vehicle. A small motor can be put in a larger vehicle, the gearing just has to be changed to match.
Unless its something like a 6.5 or lower turn. Then no amount of gearing will make it work. On top of that you have to be sure it will handle the voltage you intend to use. I wouldn't put more than a 17.5 in something that heavy, and maybe 3S.
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