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Old 02-11-2011, 06:35 PM   #41
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Looks great! The miclaw tires are a huge improvement in perfromance, great compound. I wish they would make a stockish size tire with the same compound.

Also, I saw your posts before about a 45 to 50t motor. The stocker is 57t, and the atomic BB V2 is 34t. If you wanted decent low end with a faster top end, I would maybe try a BB V2 motor wound to 70t, maybe even 60t. But of course that would sacrifice low end control and torque. Just my thoughts
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:41 AM   #42
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Looks great! The miclaw tires are a huge improvement in perfromance, great compound. I wish they would make a stockish size tire with the same compound.

Also, I saw your posts before about a 45 to 50t motor. The stocker is 57t, and the atomic BB V2 is 34t. If you wanted decent low end with a faster top end, I would maybe try a BB V2 motor wound to 70t, maybe even 60t. But of course that would sacrifice low end control and torque. Just my thoughts
HMMM, good to know.

I have never had low end issues really. Both are bound to my Dx3R.

out of the box they had issues. but i just used Expo and throttle trim and dialed it out.


I just wish the ESC could handle 3s it would be just as smooth, but man, would it increase the WS!
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Old 02-12-2011, 09:46 AM   #43
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I have been very tempted to try a 3s in mine, but I dont have a spare esc and dont want to risk it!
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