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Old 01-06-2020, 04:22 PM   #2061
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Default Re: Choosing a motor and ESC for your Wraith - Gearing Added!

Originally Posted by ImDude View Post
I now have the Puller Pro 540 3500kv and MambaX installed. It will fly in reverse but forward, not so much. It being a sensored motor , i k ow i cant just switch 2 of the wires and fix it. Reversing the radio just makes the cobtrols backwards. I keep reading i need to reverse the motor direction. Some say change the ring gear to the other side on both axels. If i need to reprogram, can someone give me part numbers on what usb wires i need to get? Thanks for any info.

Got you a decent drag brake with this combo?

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Old 08-06-2020, 09:28 AM   #2062
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Default Re: Choosing a motor and ESC for your Wraith - Gearing Added!

I suppose I can't really recommend this setup, but it works for me. Only parts I had available:
Axial Vanguard AE-3 ESC
Axial Vanguard 2900kv sensorless motor

I used to run 14t pinion on 56t spur and it was fast. I went down to 11t pinion to ease strain on the motor and get some low speed control. It's still quite fast.
It can't crawl, but it's fun to drive if you like jumping around offroad. I consider running open diffs to make it more of a racer. Then I could probably gear up a bit more.

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