crazepony anygood?

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hello everyone
so my boys standard ESC and servo have just fried and Im look at this combo would this be any good running with a 2s lipo ?? also what would be a good servo to get? I've got an ECX13003 receiver on the way also

cheers Nathan


https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crazepony-UK-Sensorless-Electronic-Controller-Splashproof/dp/B078MFWPVW/ref=sr_1_1?rps=1&ie=UTF8&qid=1538669683&sr=8-1&keywords=Crazepony-UK+3650+5200KV+Sensorless+Brushless+Motor+Outrunner+and+60A+ESC+Electronic+Speed+Controller+Splashproof+for+1:10+RC+Racing+Car+Off-Road+Truck+Vehicle+by+Crazepony-UK&refinements=p_76:419158031
 
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BriaN

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Yes that should be fine. You might remember me from my steering not working thread. I got a brushless combo like this (these are rebranded generic combos) but beware, some of these are defective. I got mines, in 30 minutes (was working and doing wheelies awesomely at first, but after 30 minutes, the esc smoked up and DESTROYED my Servo, I’m gonna get a new servo on amazon. I’ve heard some people say that the amp can’t handle 5000 KV or higher, you should get something like 3000 or 4000 KV esc
 

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I would not get a high powered high rpm motor like that if your running the plastic diff if you do keep a spare diff handy or get the metal gear diff and run just about any motor you want. Also high kv motors like 5200kv motor while fast get hotter faster easier and give less runtime they use more battery power faster.

If your running the the stock plastic diff and are just looking for a increase in speed from the stock 20t motor I have suggestion.

Esc https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/OCDAY-Wa...182880?hash=item41ef91c860:g:mCAAAOSwa6JbtH2t
Motor https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/Toys-Games/220/i.html?_ipg=200&_from=R40&_nkw=3100kv&LH_PrefLoc=1&_sop=15
Program card https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GoolRC-S...462624&hash=item41efaa58cc:g:z8wAAOSwvl9btbfg
Servo https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/KYOSHO-I...289454&hash=item26042cac75:g:j14AAOSwKrhVZeI6

I run a 3650 2700kv in a Circuit with 2.8 tires stock plastic diff fast enough to have fun and easy on the plastic diff and driveshafts. The 3650 3100kv I run in a 2wd Stampede. The Perfex servos I have a few of them.

I just tried to give links from Ebay UK they may or may not ship to you I don't know of course anything shipped from China would be cheaper but don't know if you want to wait that long I don't.

This combo is similar to what I run in my 2wd Stampede https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crazepony-...ie=UTF8&qid=1538694752&sr=8-7&keywords=3100kv
 

Steve g

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The last combo heyitsme linked is basically what I have in one of my circuits. I love that motor. Stays cool on 3s no matter how bad I beat it. I highly recommend it.
 
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hi all thanks for the replies I ordered the combo from the bottom link just finished fitting it also fitted the new receiver just waiting for the servo to turn up then should be good to go
thanks for your help
 

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well just been out with the boy WOW this shifts now i think i will need to get a wheelie bar for it it kept flipping itself over lol

thanks for the help everyone
 

Steve g

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Little fyi, that motor can handle 4s if you ever feel the need for speed(and broken everything...) would need a new esc though.
 
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so ive just purchased a torment 4x4 ive fitted the same motor and esc as i bought for the amp should i change the gearing or will it be ok also ive got another amp with no motor or esc would the torment one be ok in the amp ??

cheers
 

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so ive just purchased a torment 4x4 ive fitted the same motor and esc as i bought for the amp should i change the gearing or will it be ok also ive got another amp with no motor or esc would the torment one be ok in the amp ??

cheers
I replied in your Torment 4x4 brushless upgrade thread for the first question and yes the 550 motor and 60a brushed Dynamite esc should work great in the AMP might be a little harder on the plastic diff though depending on how hard you bash your AMP.
 
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cheers for the reply also i had to drill the grub screw out of the amp pinion what size pinion should i replace it with now ill be running the torment motor and esc
 
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Heyitsme

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cheers for the reply also i had to drill the grub screw out of the amp pinion what size pinion should i replace it with now ill be running the torment motor and esc
19t pinion should be fine (with stock sized tires). If you do not have one already you should invest in a IR temp gun . When changing gearing, motors and tires temps should be your guide (don't want burn things up) in what pinion you should choose. Try to keep the temp of the motor below 160F especially with brushed motors (less tolerant to prolonged heat than brushless). No one (usually) runs their rc the same what may work for one may not work for another so if things get a little hot gear down things not running hot want more speed gear up.
 
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