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08.20.2006, 09:20 AM

i solder. but i don't like messing with esc's and motors and that. because the guage of the wire is so high that i have to use a gun not an iron. i am running a bk warrior 20120 and 18 eclls in the savage


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08.20.2006, 11:04 AM

18 cells, I would choose a 9 or 10XL.
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08.20.2006, 11:05 AM

bk 10xl. or nemesis?


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08.20.2006, 11:28 AM

BKWAND_XL Feigao/Nemesis/Wanderer "XL" Brushless Motor $90.00 $90.00
wanderer xl wind: - 10xl - -
BK9000325 High Amp. Gold plug 5.5 mm, 150 Amp $1.99 $5.97
5.5mm gold plug: - male - -
BK9000325 High Amp. Gold plug 5.5 mm, 150 Amp

this is going to be what i purchase on around wednesday


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08.20.2006, 11:29 AM

wanderer 10xl would be perfect. i run one on 16 cells and the temps are great with plenty of power. You can use an iron on the thicker gauge wire, just do one, let the iron get to top temp and do the other. List looks good!


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08.20.2006, 11:36 AM

I would run the Feigao C XL since it has the built-in heatsink and doesn't have that crappy pressed on endbell.

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08.20.2006, 11:47 AM

Squee, ...either are good choices. A pressed on endbell is not that bad if you're not running tons of heat thru it. The only time i've ever had one come off is when the screws were in too far. What are you going for speed? Or bashing?

Not what i meant to say squee, ooops!


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08.20.2006, 11:59 AM

What do you mean the Wanderer doesn't either? The Feigao has the screwed on endbell which is a big plus as well as the built in heatsink.
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08.20.2006, 12:02 PM

To come backt to the X10.

I love this buggy.

toby would you buy the X10 a second time? Do you think it's stabile enough for BL?


I also want to buy a X10 and put a BL into it but probably no Mamba... simply because it's easier to get a lehner or a bk wanderer her in germany than a mamba...
So what combi would be nice for the X10, i want to use Lipos, the buggy shouldn't be too overpowered just light and smooth.
I think i will take 4S Lipos but a Motor with not too high rpm/v and a lower spur/pinion ratio...
   
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08.20.2006, 12:45 PM

the pred is sick. the instructions are awfull though, so for me it was a first kit.

i will have to see if the diffs are capable of handeling brushless. some say no and others say yes.

so back to the savage motor. what one should i get?

also would the c xl run on my 20120?


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08.20.2006, 12:53 PM

Yes.
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08.20.2006, 01:02 PM

maXXler, 4s in the predator might harm the drivetrain of this buggy.
How about a Lehner 1920/5-6 turns with a BK9920. The Predator is so sleek and narrow that you cant even put in lipos without modification ( I believe you can do it, though). The body is so sticky to the chassis which make positioning of the BK9920 even harder, so prbably you may want to check out something smaller like a U-Force75 or something. The Mamba Max controller with the 1920/5 and 2s lipos will make one nice setup that will make your X10 scream.


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08.20.2006, 02:28 PM

@captain: Hmm, man i think you're right...

I will order the X10 and when i have built it up i can measure which controller would fit best...
   
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08.20.2006, 02:34 PM

Yeah, that'll be the best to do.
BTY, haven't you checked out the Yokomo MR4-BX buggy?
I tell you, the X10 is nothing compared to that piece of art.


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08.20.2006, 02:47 PM

You mean this baby:





Hmm not bad:027:

I'm a bit confused which buggy i should take...
   
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