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Old 06-12-2003, 10:29 PM
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I'm thinking about getting an Emaxx and want to know a bit about its electrical requirements.

Do the motors need to be matched? Do they need to be specially made?

Does it need a special ESC that's designed for 2 battery packs and 2 motors?

How long does a charge usually last with, say, stock motors and 2 6-pack 1700 mah batteries? Is it similiar to a stadium truck with 1 motor and 1 battery pack?

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Old 06-13-2003, 12:02 AM
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well the motors do have to match and im not sure if they need to be specially made. the esc (novac dully) that comes with the truck can handle two battery packs and 2 motors. in my opinion i think that the two battery packs and the two motors last longer than a stadium truck with one of both
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Originally posted by matt2
well the motors do have to match and im not sure if they need to be specially made. the esc (novac dully) that comes with the truck can handle two battery packs and 2 motors. in my opinion i think that the two battery packs and the two motors last longer than a stadium truck with one of both
The esc in an Emaxx is not a novak dually. Its called like and EVX 1 or sumthin. And it depends on what kind of motor you use in a ST. It should be about the same if the motor and batts are the same.
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get a e maxx
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I'd love to trade my nitro stampede roller for an emaxx. I'm just not into the gas thing.
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