Batteries, Motors and ESC

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rex21
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Re: Batteries, Motors and ESC

Post by rex21 » Wed Jan 07, 2015 9:31 pm

I had a set of the Atomik motors in my clod. I got mine for $15 each, and would not buy them again. The brush hood style is junk in my opinion.
You can get Integy lathe motors for about $20 each, and they are better IMO.
That is a good price for that radio, I got one for my boy and it works great.

Some of the other stuff you could get cheaper here:
http://www.valuehobby.com/power-systems ... rgers.html

http://www.valuehobby.com/accessories/b ... ester.html

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Re: Batteries, Motors and ESC

Post by JHeitt142 » Wed Jan 07, 2015 9:40 pm

OrangeBrooke wrote:Yea, I was wanting another Esc only because I have two trucks.
The older truck has a mech-Speed Control.
So I'd figure getting another Esc and sticking the old Esc in it would solve that problem.

Thanks for the feedback guys, really appreciate it.

Gene
In that case, no voltage alarm needed :)

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