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    Ok, I think this revo is going to go pretty cheap...

    Ok, I think this revo is going to go pretty cheap so it looks like it would be a good deal for me. :) It would be a lot cheaper than buying everything included new.
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    Ok. Thanks for your opinions and ideas on the...

    Ok. Thanks for your opinions and ideas on the pricing. It really helped me get a better idea of what it is worth. Ha ha and it sounds like everyone likes their E-revo. :)
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    ???Deal or No Deal???

    Hi, I am thinking about getting an e-revo and I was looking on ebay to find this one.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180500049503&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT

    This hobby is kind...
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    No, I do not have a heatsink. Thanks for the tip,...

    No, I do not have a heatsink. Thanks for the tip, I will probably order one soon.
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    Is that ok, because medusa recommends a 8-15...

    Is that ok, because medusa recommends a 8-15 degree timing advance for best efficiency? Would it run cooler with 0 degree timing?
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    I have the 4 of the 2s hardcase lipos in my...

    I have the 4 of the 2s hardcase lipos in my E-Revo. They work great with my medusa 70mm 2300kv motor and MMM. I have used them about 10 runs so far with brushless and today the ambient temp was 70...
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    Ok, Thanks BrianG and J.A.T.O.3.3 One of the...

    Ok, Thanks BrianG and J.A.T.O.3.3

    One of the diffs was out of a nitro, but the other one was an e-revo diff with the I-beam. I think it just needs some shims, as the mesh felt a little loose when...
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    Rear Differential

    Hi Guys,
    I just recieved by 70mm medusa 2300kv motor a few days ago and the power is just insane. I have it geared 20/68 and I have already broken two rear differentials. They were both kind of...
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    I am using the kershaw designs 25c 5000mah hard...

    I am using the kershaw designs 25c 5000mah hard cased lipos with my dewalt setup and they work great. At $57, they are cheaper than most of today's nimh batteries.

    Hope this helps.:):cool:
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    You can use the stock motor mount, it just...

    You can use the stock motor mount, it just requires a little work with the dremel tool.

    This is the part number for the 12v new style motor:
    396505-20

    Hope this helps.:):cool:
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    Yes, you will be nothing but happy with this...

    Yes, you will be nothing but happy with this setup. 20/65 worked good for me when I had the single speed transmission. It is a great reliable motor and you will see a significant improvement over...
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    Lol, sorry about that.:lol:

    Lol, sorry about that.:lol:
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    Ok, I would recommend 20/65. Monitor the temps...

    Ok, I would recommend 20/65. Monitor the temps the first time, and if for some reason it goes over 200 degrees gear down to 20/68(stock pinion). I do not think you will have to worry though because...
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    cymaxx- I get 13 minutes of runtime with hard...

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    I get 13 minutes of runtime with hard bashing and frequent shifting into second gear with my ener-g 4600's with the last 3 minutes slowly losing power. With my 5000mah 25c kershaw designs...
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    I am not sure how many turns it is, but if it...

    I am not sure how many turns it is, but if it helps it has a 15 degree timing advance and puts out around 1650rpm/v. It can easily be geared to go faster and have more torque than the 775 and 550's. ...
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    binaryd-the dewalt motor looks funny because...

    binaryd-the dewalt motor looks funny because unlike the cheaper johnson and mabuchi motors, it actually has ball bearings and replaceable brushes. The brushes are huge and they last a long time(I...
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    That note is just stating that they also fit in...

    That note is just stating that they also fit in the e-maxx and e-savage plates. The 650's are supposed to have 0 degree timing advance so they run the same in both directions.

    OCD RC-
    taken...
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    There are actually several dual motor setup that...

    There are actually several dual motor setup that will work. Most of them are not very reliable though. Some people like to use the 650's from kershaw designs. They will have slightly more torque and...
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    Rebelgium- Overdrive gearing is using tall...

    Rebelgium-
    Overdrive gearing is using tall gearing to make first gear what used to be the ratio of the single speed and leaving second gear for shifting on the fly to reach high speeds.

    You will...
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    Rebelgium- It sounds like you have it correct....

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    It sounds like you have it correct. Theoretically the 14v should spin faster on 5s than the 12v on 4s with similar heat and more torque. As for gearing I would start out with 19/68 and...
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    Robot Marketplace said the motors were the same,...

    Robot Marketplace said the motors were the same, so I would just go with the 12v motor since it is usually cheaper than the 14v. The motor can probably take those temperatures because it is just...
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    Personally, I would stick to 4s lipos with the...

    Personally, I would stick to 4s lipos with the dewalt 12v. Another member on here tried to do that and he reported temps around 300 degrees. He said the motor held up well and part of the problem was...
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    Yes, I agree with Revo on this one. They can...

    Yes, I agree with Revo on this one. They can really take a punishment, I have ran them for almost two years on my revo and just transferred them over to my E-Revo since they were holding up so well....
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    I am running it in an E-Revo. I was actually the...

    I am running it in an E-Revo. I was actually the first one to discover this motor so I have had plenty of time to test it. It is really an amazing motor and with lipo batteries it is just insane. I...
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    Here is one picture, if you cannot see the...

    Here is one picture, if you cannot see the difference I can give you a closeup view. It has been nice here and I have really been running my e-revo a lot. I have really got to put my lipos to the...
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