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heat Sink, or no Heat sink?

Old 12-20-2011, 03:55 PM
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Default heat Sink, or no Heat sink?

I have a shogun 400 v1 im building. My first build. I ordered a dynam 450 brushless for it. I got the kit with the servos, esc motor etc... question? should i get a heatsink for the motor? If so what kind ad where? Thanks
Old 12-20-2011, 04:34 PM
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For no more than they cost, I would put one on it. Nitroplanes has them for less than $1. You will probably have to order more parts to justify the cost of shipping.
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are they pretty much all the same size? One size fits all?
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I'm yet to see anyone strap a heatsing to an outrunner.
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What's an outrunner?
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Default RE: heat Sink, or no Heat sink?

You won't need a heat sink with a brushless motor. You would with a brushed motor.

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