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    RC motor heat sink and fan

    I saw the one on the RedCatRacing site, but it's not like the rest. Does anyone know where I can get a combo like this in Canada or in the states.

    http://www.redrc.net/2007/04/trion-c...-fan-heatsink/

    http://www.rceasyshop.com/index.php?...vq5r2c7a2b3646


    I think this will totally help with the heat issues that people are having with the 1/10 EP trucks. Does it run off the main battery from the radio or can you get other battery packs?


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    RE: RC motor heat sink and fan

    i dont know where that would plug into, its a battery end but a reciever only has 3 inputs, steering, throttle and battery, maybe it plugs into the battery of the reciever since it gets its power from the big battery, not like a nitro that you need to plug a battery into the one on the reciver, if you get what i am saying, lol.

    the redcat one is for the brushless setup, i highly reccomend you electric guy to get that setup, its really a nice setup and makes some difference.
    125 characters and 2 lines is not enough to list my RC obsession!!!

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    RE: RC motor heat sink and fan

    I have a free spot in my receiver (Futaba R152JE - batt) and I'm using the Traxxas XL-10 ESC. It's only $7 - $14 so it's well worth it. This is the last thing I'm getting for this truck anyway. Don't worry... I'll have a new edition to my garage for the summer ;-) ;-)


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    RE: RC motor heat sink and fan

    what are you going to get?????
    125 characters and 2 lines is not enough to list my RC obsession!!!

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    RE: RC motor heat sink and fan

    well I've jumped back and forth a bit... and I think for sure its going to be 1/8 and I think it's going to be a Monsoon.

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    RE: RC motor heat sink and fan

    bro. its a great truck, you will absolutely love it
    125 characters and 2 lines is not enough to list my RC obsession!!!


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