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    do you have to break in a brushless motor?

    just got my mamba in and I was wondering do I have to do a break in for it like brushed motors or can I just plug and play lol

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    RE: do you have to break in a brushless motor?

    no break in required.
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    RE: do you have to break in a brushless motor?

    I would just run it slow for about 30 seconds to make sure there are no problems. Then have fun.
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    RE: do you have to break in a brushless motor?

    No need to break in a brushless motor. The reason you should break in a brushed motor is because you want the brushes to wear smoothly to the commutator so they provide the best contact which maximizes its efficiency and also helps prevents premature wear. A brushless motor does not have brushes to wear in like the brush motor. Highly unlikely, but if their were anything at all on a brushless motor, it would be the bearings would need to be broken in, but I can't imagine that being necessary since the bearings are precisely machined and everything should already fit nicely. So, don't worry about breaking in a brushless motor.

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    RE: do you have to break in a brushless motor?

    thanks alot for the help


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