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mamba is good...no?

Old 01-08-2010, 05:49 PM
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Staypuff......i've had some experience with those motors..............they're really not high quality, first one i had fried in no time under careful use...........at 4s it'd be revving high....i wouldnt recommend these motors above 40k or so IMO.
Old 01-08-2010, 06:07 PM
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dont you people notice that i have said that i will use the 2200kv on two 3s li-po so stop bugging me about the 9000[:@]
Old 01-08-2010, 06:50 PM
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Staypuff......i've had some experience with those motors..............they're really not high quality, first one i had fried in no time under careful use...........at 4s it'd be revving high....i wouldnt recommend these motors above 40k or so IMO.

I have a 2200kv version on the way and will use 2s and 3s. I hope it lasts. If not I might try a new EZRun combo, the new EZRun 1/8th scale motors are supposed to be legit.

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thats what im getting
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Old 01-08-2010, 09:18 PM
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dont you people notice that i have said that i will use the 2200kv on two 3s li-po so stop bugging me about the 9000[:@]
Yep....and we definitely want a picture of this when you try to shoehorn a 1/8th scale motor in a 1/10th scale car.

Old 01-08-2010, 09:57 PM
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dont you people notice that i have said that i will use the 2200kv on two 3s li-po so stop bugging me about the 9000[:@]
Yep....and we definitely want a picture of this when you try to shoehorn a 1/8th scale motor in a 1/10th scale car.


Like a Big Block 502 in a VW Bug!
Sweet!
Old 01-09-2010, 10:14 AM
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oh come on do u really want the photos? (you will have to wait about a month or so before the stock engine wears out (dont replace what isnt broken)

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