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Old 12-03-2008, 09:48 PM   #4
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I thought the MMM V2's have the 6.5mm bullets on both the motor side and the battery side while the V3's only have bullets on the motor side. If I were you I would not open the MMM case. Why risk fate and voiding your warranty? The most important update is the V3 software which can be downloaded anyway.

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both motors that castle will be offering are 1 turn in Y configuration, but don't pay attention to this number. The only differnce between the 2200 version and the 2650 is the length. The longer the motor (keeping everything else the same) the lower the kv, and the bigger gear it will be able to pull. Yes, lower turns = higher kv, but this is only valid when you are comparing two otherwise identical motors, only different number of turns.
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