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I am running the 5.5 in my cat and my nefieuw is running my 6.5 in his bmax .
and we are both verry happy with the results of the motors as they are fast and verry smooth . good job Ben
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Just a heads up guys, We now have all of the usual winds back in stock
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Hpi 6.5 for the 4wd from rc lazy then hopefully
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6.5, 7.5, 8.5 all in stock.

http://rclazy.com/blog/2011/05/10/hp...shless-motors/
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How are people finding these motors?
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I'm running 6.5 in 4wd and 7.5 in 2wd and they are AWESOME.

I can honestly say they are as quick as anything out there, I was lacking nothing in speed on Sunday in 4wd, easily as quick, or quicker, than the 5.5 whatever in the car that won...

I had several people come up to me and ask me what was in my car, so that says it all really!

HIGHLY recommended. We're stocking most popular winds, 6.5, 7.5, 8.5, 10.5, 13.5
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I can honestly say these motors are nothing less than superb!!

Ive been running a 6.5 in 2wd and 5.5 in 4wd.

I made the A final on both days at Talywain National this weekend. The cars were as quick, if not quicker down the straight as any other car in the A-main .

Had no issues with reliability at all.

You really can't go wrong buying one of these motors.

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i knew you would like them
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I'm running 6.5 in 4wd and 7.5 in 2wd and they are AWESOME.

I can honestly say they are as quick as anything out there, I was lacking nothing in speed on Sunday in 4wd, easily as quick, or quicker, than the 5.5 whatever in the car that won...

I had several people come up to me and ask me what was in my car, so that says it all really!

HIGHLY recommended. We're stocking most popular winds, 6.5, 7.5, 8.5, 10.5, 13.5
Will they be on the website any time soon?
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Also what would be the best speedo to pair with these motors? Is it worth waiting for the new HPI Pro Flux speedo?
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Yes i would wait for the HPI Speedo. Not sure when it will be released, but believe me it will be worth the wait
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How do you program the HPI speedo? It is with a laptop or a card?
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The current HPI speedo that ive been testing is a one touch set up. You then have a seperate unit that you plug your speedo into to change your settings.

The only time you need to use a laptop is if you want to use the turbo boost. You download the softwear onto your laptop and programme your speedo from your laptop.

Like i say this is only needed if you want to run the turbo boost, otherwise you set up the speedo just like any other.

Again ive found the speedo to be second to none, so just think how good the final production version will be!

Defo worth the wait
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The current HPI speedo that ive been testing is a one touch set up. You then have a seperate unit that you plug your speedo into to change your settings.

The only time you need to use a laptop is if you want to use the turbo boost. You download the softwear onto your laptop and programme your speedo from your laptop.

Like i say this is only needed if you want to run the turbo boost, otherwise you set up the speedo just like any other.

Again ive found the speedo to be second to none, so just think how good the final production version will be!

Defo worth the wait
Thanks for the info! I'd better get waiting then
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Default 6.5t HPI Motor

I bought the 6.5t HPI motor a few weeks ago and I have run it twice now. So far it is going great, a good improvement from my old Losi Xceleron motor. I am interested and would like more info about the internal cooling fan or rotor as I run a B-Max which is a heavy car and makes the motor run very hot. Any info would be much appreciated.
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