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Mini T- Motor & Esc.

Old 04-12-2010, 10:21 AM
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Default Mini T- Motor & Esc.

Hey, My mini T has been sitting for while and I was woundering what Motor & Esc to buy. I'll be running on short grass and dirt, low cost would be good too

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Old 04-12-2010, 10:35 AM
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Default RE: Mini T- Motor & Esc.



Mikey, there are numerous Mini-T specific discussions here, and with a minimum amount of effort I would guess you could answer your own question.

If you would have asked anything less vague, maybe a little more specific, I am sure others here would be happy to chime in.
Old 04-12-2010, 11:44 AM
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Default RE: Mini T- Motor & Esc.

Sorry I wasnt Clear. I'm pretty much set on what Motor and ESC to buy its the spec I'm woundering about, And seeing as many of the shopping links on these other treads is gone I'm having trouble. I have done some research (I'm looking at EzRun Symstems) but I'm still unsure on the right number of .. turns, ..A and ..KV.

Sorry for the orginial Question and Thanks for the reply.
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Default RE: Mini T- Motor & Esc.

ORIGINAL: mrmikey

Sorry I wasnt Clear. I'm pretty much set on what Motor and ESC to buy its the spec I'm woundering about, And seeing as many of the shopping links on these other treads is gone I'm having trouble. I have done some research (I'm looking at EzRun Symstems) but I'm still unsure on the right number of .. turns, ..A and ..KV.

Sorry for the orginial Question and Thanks for the reply.
In that case it's much easier for responders to answer your question when they know what you are talking about after you post the links of what you are considering.
Old 04-12-2010, 01:14 PM
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Default RE: Mini T- Motor & Esc.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/eZRun-V2-12T-7...item5886f9d018

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/EzRUN-12T-brus...item5d256a9a74

Those two...
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Default RE: Mini T- Motor & Esc.

Those are both the same system.
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I know there the same but whats the 7800kv mean on the first one?
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ORIGINAL: mrmikey

I know there the same but whats the 7800kv mean on the first one?

kv is the standard measure of rating the speed of brushless motors

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