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Old 01-11-2020, 10:52 AM   #1
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Default wich KV for comp rig??

hello i am building 2 1.9 comp trucks, a scx10 old gen with over and underdrive gears with rockbeast to run it with tons of grip in ruber rocks , and the same with a trx4 sport with od/ud with rockbeast with lots and lots of grip. i already have a mamba x and i was looking to buy some holmes hobbies puler pro motor and i can choose betwen 2200kv standar, 2700kv stubby and 3000kv stubby, i doubth wich one choose to prevent overhaiting foruse over drive and underdrive how can cuse too much stress in the motor, please help and thank you
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I have a 2200kv puller pro in my ax-10 "comp rig" and am a big fan. If you ask me, the 2200kv is a great motor.(of course I am biased here but...) I have under-drive gears in both front and rear on my rig and beat the crap out of it and have never had any overheating issues. It's got real nice low end torque too. If you want to sacrifice a little low end for more wheel speed go for a higher kv. None of the motors you mentioned should have any issues with the setups you listed.
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