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    stock motors

    anyone selling their stock motors for cheap im looking for a cheap 550 titan 12 turn motor from a rustler

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    Look on amazon or ebay they're pretty cheap, unless you like amain. I honestly will never go back to brushed motors. If its a money problem try nitrocx for cheap brushless system. I have a ezrun esc and tacon motor which work great.
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    Especially if your not racing a cheap system from nitrorcx is great. Maybe on a track you could see a little difference, but even then its so much cheaper haha

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    yeah that true going to a brushless system from hobbypartz.com

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    well brushed still have their place out there....like in the rain....and in stock race classes...I don't necessarily hate on them, heck I still have the brushed motor in my slash because I haven't needed to put the Mamba in yet...its pretty awesome as it is.

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    Brushed motors no doubt work. Brushless is recommemded if you can, but nothing wrong with brushed

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    to think of it i still have 15 Reedy brushed motors to still use

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    but i still want to get a 12 turn titan to bash with because i dont want to mess up the reedy competition motors

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    if u stay brushed then get a mid to high end motor. The low end, open end bell motors tend to get dirt stuck between the brush housing and the brush, causing the brush to get hung up inside the housing and causing the motor to arch, shortening its life dramatically. The orion method r motors and trinity motors are excellent for the price and give you a ton of power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fkn_smurf View Post
    Look on amazon or ebay they're pretty cheap, unless you like amain. I honestly will never go back to brushed motors. If its a money problem try nitrocx for cheap brushless system. I have a ezrun esc and tacon motor which work great.
    I like the ezrun systems. if i didnt have the sidewinder sct in my slash, thats what i would prob have in my slash. People at my local track run them and they have had very few problems with them. One guy has had his for 2 years in his sc10 and has never touched it but it still works.
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