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    E-Firestorm vs. E-Firestorm Flux

    Is there any other difference between the E-Firestorm and the E-Firestorm Flux besides the CC Sidewinder brushless system?
    Are the components in the Flux stronger to compensate for the increase in power?
    If I drop a Sidewinder system into a stock E-Firestorm do I essentially get a Flux?

    Thanks in advance.

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    RE: E-Firestorm vs. E-Firestorm Flux

    no difference at all except for baller chrome rims lol. The rest of the truck is the same.
    HPI: E-Firestorm with Sidewinder and E-Firestorm with Novak
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    RE: E-Firestorm vs. E-Firestorm Flux

    or you could drop in the new havoc 3s 8.5 ballistic system and have a much smoother ride and you could run 3s....[8D]
    Tamiya cc01, AE RC18R, HPI Savage Flux XS, HPI E-Firestorm Flux.

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    RE: E-Firestorm vs. E-Firestorm Flux

    I am fairly new to this hobby. What is speed and acceleration difference between the two? If the non brushless can go up to 25 mph (without any mods), I would be quite satisfied.

    Thanks

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    RE: E-Firestorm vs. E-Firestorm Flux

    you would have to run a 7 cell battery and go up to a 21t pinoin to hit 25 with the non-flux storm.
    Tamiya cc01, AE RC18R, HPI Savage Flux XS, HPI E-Firestorm Flux.


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