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what is the best brushless motor and esc - 01.20.2006, 05:49 PM

i got a novak hv . was all right in standed emax but not that good in gorilla maxx .not much chop . i think there is something wrong with it. was thinking of a 10L with a Schulze 18.97 . want to get a good setup to race something with a bit of punch . can any one tel me the best setup motor and esc
   
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01.20.2006, 06:03 PM

Me personally I like the xl motors. It seems to do better than the L motors. Just my opinion. You going to keep running the 14 cells.


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Re: what is the best brushless motor and esc - 01.20.2006, 06:10 PM

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......with a Schulze 18.97.......
NO, 18.97 = disaster waiting to happen. Get a warrior 9920.
   
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01.20.2006, 06:14 PM

yea, xl motor with 9920 is the way to go.
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01.20.2006, 06:20 PM

The ultimate setup would be a Lehner 1940, although a Feigao/Wanderer XL with a 9920 should do the trick for less. All of this can be found on the store here.

How many cells are you planning on running?


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01.20.2006, 06:22 PM

going to run 14 cell . what size xl is best
   
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14 cells up
   
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01.20.2006, 06:28 PM

What kind of run time your shotting for? A 9xl is a good motor for 14 or 18 cells. Has good run time and power. The 8xl has a little short run time and faster speed. 7xl has good power and low runtime but good speed.


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for 14 cells and up i would go with the 9xl.
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whats a good brand in xl motors
   
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01.21.2006, 01:17 AM

Lehner 1940 what would be the best turn 6,8,10 and hi amp
   
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no sure about which lehner but as for xl's i would go with the wanderer. it has better bearings than the feigao and has 5.5mm connectors already soldered on.
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