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Hot Bodies Stadium Pro 2V Brushless Conversion - 10.18.2008, 04:21 PM

Here are a couple teaser pics for an upcoming article featuring a Tekin R1 ESC, Neu 1515, and an RC-Monster conversion plate.







   
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10.18.2008, 04:49 PM

Wow. Very clean. Nice work!

Is that a front brake only setup? How does it work? Seems like that wold be hard to corner with.


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10.18.2008, 05:07 PM

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Wow. Very clean. Nice work!

Is that a front brake only setup? How does it work? Seems like that wold be hard to corner with.
I use the front brake as more of a tuning aid to help during cornering. Really, you don't need it, but it gives me another tuning option.
   
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10.18.2008, 06:24 PM

Very clean setup. What capacitor is that?
   
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10.18.2008, 06:31 PM

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Very clean setup. What capacitor is that?
Tekin Pro Cap - Whatever their big one is.
   
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I use the front brake as more of a tuning aid to help during cornering. Really, you don't need it, but it gives me another tuning option.
How does that work? I can only imagine that adds to the push that we already get from motor-only braking.

Looks great, very clean!


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10.19.2008, 01:58 PM

What is the intent of the curved lower surface of the battery tray? Just for looks?


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