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Brushless conversion: Things to look for to physically fit aftermarket components.

Old 01-10-2021, 08:02 PM
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Default Brushless conversion: Things to look for to physically fit aftermarket components.

A lot of hype with converting brushed system to brushless. Lots of figure out and can be overwhelming for new people who want to get into the hobby. Figured I'd make a video series to help others. Starting out with a video on what to look for when trying to physically fit the different components together. Hope this helps some of you. More videos to come but this stuff takes time, so here's the first one:


I'm more easily able to answer questions or respond to comments via YouTube. I'll see ya there!
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:32 AM
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Well done , should help a few people out !
Not a lot of room under that body !
Dont forget to check the battery tray size before ordering a new battery too !
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Thanks and yes! Good point about the battery tray.

I just finished up the video series with the last of the videos:
Full Video Tutorial on Brushless Conversion

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