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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman View Post
    what do u mean a dewalt service center? and what do you mean you prepped the motor?
    There is a Dewalt Service Center in Greensboro, NC that has repair parts for Dewalt power tools. I bought my motor there. You can go to Dewalt's homepage and locate one near you from there. You can also purchase Dewalt motors from robotmarketplace.com.

    By prepping the motor I meant that I added capacitors to my motor for noise suppression. I also soldered the power wires on myself. I also had to remove the pressed on pinion and grind a flat on the shaft so I could mount the correct pinion.

    Some websites like Kershaw will sell you a motor already "prepped", which is good if you are not up to the task
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    Ok haha I'm not up to the task.
    And on kershawdesigns website, it said for it to be prepped for 2.4GHz or for 27MHz
    What does that mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman View Post
    what motor do you have?
    I am still using the stock Titan 775 with a spare bnip in the toolbox ready when I blow this one up lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman View Post
    Ok haha I'm not up to the task.
    And on kershawdesigns website, it said for it to be prepped for 2.4GHz or for 27MHz
    What does that mean?
    I guess that prepping for 2.4GHz would be the addition of motor power wires. While the prepping for 27MHz would also include noise suppression capacitors.

    I would always add noise suppression capacitors to my motors just out of courtesy to those around me that might still be using 27MHz radio gear.
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    O haha. Ya sometimes those brushed traxxas motors can be a real pain in the ass if u know what i mean. I have a bandit that was originally brushed and I went through 6 Titan 550 motors in like 2 months. So I got the velineon brushless system and I've only killed the ESC twice and the motor once
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    O so are the dealt motors as loud as the traxxas brushed motors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman View Post
    O so are the dealt motors as loud as the traxxas brushed motors?
    YUP!! Sounds like a big'ole man eating drill coming after you across the field!! Maybe even a little louder
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    O ok. I can deal with noise as long as its more powerful than the stock 775 motor
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    And I'm thinking of using 2 motors
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman View Post
    And I'm thinking of using 2 motors
    2 motors on what
    I looked into two motors, it didn't add up for me. I came up with a whole list of reasons against 2 motors on a Summit! If you want that much torque/speed I would go the E-revo route, you will save money and be happier in the long run. I'm hobbying on a budget too
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