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    what rc10 is this?

    i got this rc 10 that i had from alot of years ago i want to maybe bash around with it can you guys tell me what it is and if i should change the tranny? I was thinking updating to brushless. i got alot of parts for it but i need new batteries and what not. i figure if im going to put anything into it ill go brushless.


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    RE: what rc10 is this?

    That's an A-stamp first generation. It was made in the late 80's (probably 87 or 88, since it has the light gold chassis). Your car has the original 6 gear transmission, it can handle mild brushless power if it's in good condition and you rebuild it with new bearings.
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    RE: what rc10 is this?

    really good thanks now please tell me what mild brushless power is the last stuff i used all had brushes with nimh batteries. i dont remember even the old stuff i guess ill read up on the brushless now like how it works.
    thanks

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    RE: what rc10 is this?

    I wouldn't use anything more than a 17.5 turn motor.
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    RE: what rc10 is this?

    pm sent regaurding your Rc10 .


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