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    HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION

    Hi to all, hope someone could help me...

    I want to take out the Picco .28 and conver my Hyper ST to brushless.... After getting into the brushless world, I fall in love with it....Already have a Savage XS SS and Traxxas Ken Block 1/16...

    I would like to make it real fast....I had make some upgrades to the ST so I think it could handle some serious power.


    The problem that I have rigt now is the Motor stand or motor mounts...what could I use to put in the motor?? I have search for about 2 weeks, but can't find information, If someone could help me with letting me know were and what I could by I would apreciate it a lot!!!!!!!

    As it is the first conversion I would like to go cheap first...the best combo (ESC + MOTOR) that I had found is this one (I'm thinkin in 4-6S):

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...00KV_150A.html

    Specs:

    ESC Spec.
    Continuous Current: 150A
    Burst Current: 1080A
    Resistance: 0.0002ohm
    Suitable Car: 1/5 or 1/8 on and off road.
    Battery: 2-6 cells Lipo (6-18 cells NI-xx)
    BEC output: 5.75V/3A switch mode buit-in
    Motor type: Sensorless and sensored brushless motors >3.5t
    Dimension: 68 x 55 x 45mm
    Weight: 150g

    Motor Spec.
    Model: 4074SL V2.0
    Kv: 2000
    Scale: 1:8
    Max Current: 76Amp
    Poles: 4
    Weight: 386g
    Diameter: 40mm
    Length: 74mm
    Shaft length: 20mm
    Shaft Diameter: 5mm

    Thanks!!!!

    Rolo

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    RE: HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION

    Here is your Motor mount
    http://www.rc-monster.com/proddetail...=rcmhypermount

    Get a Losi 8ight-e battery tray and just drill some holes in the chasis to mount it an you will be good to go.

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    RE: HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION


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    RE: HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION

    Didn't find it....

    But I find this one...

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/360440859873...84.m1497.l2649

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    RE: HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION

    Those tekno mounts aren't quite as "universal" as they claim. There's a decent chance you'll have to drill new holes in the chassis plate for it. They also limit you to 540-sized motors, which is on the small side for a 1/8 buggy.

    Go with the RC monster mount yakfish linked. I used one in my ravager rally conversion, and it's worth the money.
    https://sites.google.com/site/chipsrcgarage

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    RE: HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION


    ORIGINAL: Candre23

    Those tekno mounts aren't quite as ''universal'' as they claim. There's a decent chance you'll have to drill new holes in the chassis plate for it. They also limit you to 540-sized motors, which is on the small side for a 1/8 buggy.

    Go with the RC monster mount yakfish linked. I used one in my ravager rally conversion, and it's worth the money.
    Thanks for the advice...I'll will buy the monster plate...

    For the future if all goes as it should I'm thinking in a motor like this one (not the best quality...but maybe would help for the testing)..

    http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...idProduct=4937

    Thanks

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    RE: HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION

    USD 32 for shipping!!!!! at the rc monster webpage...

    Someone knows were I could buy it and they won't charge me that amount for shipping?.....it is way too high..it shoudl be something arround USD 8 - 10

    Thanks

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    RE: HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION

    Here is a motor that will be a decent option if you want to go a little higher on KV. I have used Tacon 2150kv motor with no problem on my Hyper. Just put a fan over it and had no problems with heat.

    http://www.valuehobby.com/power-syst...or-2203kv.html
    E-Hyper 7, E-Hyper ST, E-Firestorm 10T, E-Sportwerks Turmoil.

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    RE: HELP HYPER ST PRO BRUSHLESS CONVERSION


    ORIGINAL: jar20635

    Here is a motor that will be a decent option if you want to go a little higher on KV. I have used Tacon 2150kv motor with no problem on my Hyper. Just put a fan over it and had no problems with heat.

    http://www.valuehobby.com/power-syst...or-2203kv.html
    Looks nice...It can handle 4S....I was thinking in 6S in the future....

    But, it seems to be a good option.

    You have a Hyper 7 converted to brushless?...I have a Hyper 7 Pro L....I will also convert it to brushless, but in the future....

    Thanks!


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