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Old 16-08-2010
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Default 540 possible micro scale

Ive used a mini-t and a half8 in the past but now looking to get into micro scale stuff again. What can take a 540 size brushless motor and can take that kind of power without constantly replacing stuff. Any response would be great.
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None will I am afraid....the novak 380 brushless are good racing motors, but are not designed for bashing....try a mamba cm26 or similiar.
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Is there anything that can take a 540 with modification even ?
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On a couple of the US sites there are guys that have fitted 540's to the Mini Revo, they don't say how long they lasted tho
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E Revo 1/16 with a tenbolt motor mount can handle the powa..slipper is the best friend...i have tested a Miniquake with a 12T single brushed motor and 8 2200mah Half sub c cells...it was a heavy beast...diffs hold up, but the spur where roasted...so the motor to, cuz i was around 25/40 geared
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