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Old 06-29-2016, 07:40 PM   #1
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Hi ive had my scx10 dead bolt for a while now and i have 1.9 rock crushers on 5 lug wagon wheels by rc4wd.I want more torgue and less speed so i was thinking of putting a 35 turn ax10 motor on my stock esc would there be any problems with this or like malfunctions or will anything go wrong or not work right, all help is appreciated thank you.
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Old 06-29-2016, 09:42 PM   #2
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for a brushed motor, there are many options available

35T
45T
55T >> I used one of my friends' deadbolt using this 55T, full throttle it's still in walking pace speed with lots of torque CMIIW

for the ESC, I use axial AE-5 it came waterproof from the factory and untill now I had no problem going in or out of water / mud
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Old 06-30-2016, 02:09 AM   #3
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I'm running an RC4WD 35 turn on 3s, plenty of wheel speed, and good torque. You might want to give the RC4WD line a try before moving to something more expensive, $13 a pop average street price you really can't go wrong.
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Torque gains abound if you get something nicer than a stock motor. My sealed can TrailMaster sport motors have much better magnets. Or step up to TorqueMaster or crawlmaster for even better control and torque.
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Torque gains abound if you get something nicer than a stock motor. My sealed can TrailMaster sport motors have much better magnets. Or step up to TorqueMaster or crawlmaster for even better control and torque.

I don't doubt that, but is that claim something that you have quantified?
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Don't have the figures handy at the moment, but I have made empirical tests on those factors. A torquemaster pro has more than double the stall torque of the same turn axial sealed can. I'll see if I can find the spreadsheet, it needs to be updated since most of my motors have been further refined since.
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I use all Holmes Hobbies electronics in all my crawlers/scalers and they are worth every penny!

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Don't have the figures handy at the moment, but I have made empirical tests on those factors. A torquemaster pro has more than double the stall torque of the same turn axial sealed can. I'll see if I can find the spreadsheet, it needs to be updated since most of my motors have been further refined since.
Sorry, I wasn't trying to put you on the spot.

Anytime someone can show why their product is better, as opposed to opinions, I find it a good selling point.
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Where do you bught it?
I bought what's available in my region (indonesia), unlike where you live.. the variation of upgrades are not much here beside the high USD price
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Sorry, I wasn't trying to put you on the spot.

Anytime someone can show why their product is better, as opposed to opinions, I find it a good selling point.
No worries, it's an honest question. The differences are enough to notice dramatically by "seat of the pants"
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