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Default ESC cooling fan for Trackstar Gen2

Hi All.


Just wondered if anyone can recommend a cooling fan to replace the one supplied with the Trackstar gen2 120amp ESC. The one I currently have fitted is so loud it makes my car sounds like a hairdryer.


I think the standard trackstar fan is a 25x25mm but would like to know what people are using?
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I got a job lot of hudy fans last year, seem to be pretty solid, and quiet. Even on a belt driven car.

Might be worth checking your current fan isn't damaged. I nicked a blade on one of mine a couple of years ago, went from being pretty quiet, to sounding like a fighter doing a low pass in one lap...........
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Thanks for the reply, I will have a look into the Hudy fan units. I have checked the trackstar fan for damage and all looks good. I also have a second trackstar ESC and the fan is the same on this one as well so it may be just how they are.
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If your google fu is up to strength you can sometimes find bags of small pc fans on eBay, just a matter of making sure it's the right connector! Have done that before now as well (racing on a dirt track, used to get through fans fairly often! Now on astro/tarmac/carpet, so they last for ages.)
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