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    Motor Question

    This question I keep getting weird answers to. Now Im thinking of makeing my TB02 into a brushless drifter. Now i already have it set up to drift with a brushed motor but I just dont fell safe running a lipo in the car with a brushed esc. Now Whats a good size kv motor to put in it?? Also I have a mamba 5700 kv motor laying around is that do able???
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    RE: Motor Question

    that 5700 is too much power for the tb02, i recommend a 4300 o 3700 with a spektrum radio radio where you can adjust the speed on the tx
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    RE: Motor Question

    how do you adjust the speed on a spektrum radio???
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    RE: Motor Question

    scroll to throttle 0 - 125 turn it down. read the manual.
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    RE: Motor Question

    Does it matter what model? And also is there anything else I'll have to do to the tb02 ? Other then lock the diffs
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    RE: Motor Question

    Get a front one way
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    RE: Motor Question

    And leave the balls in the rear
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    RE: Motor Question

    no ball diffs in the rear...solid spool, ball diff will give traction...you want equal slip and grip at rear, that's why you use a spool.

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    RE: Motor Question

    ok if i cant find a front one way for it should i just leave it with the balls in it??
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