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  1. #1
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    e-revo brushless budget upgrade

    ok so i have an e-revo and i have looked everywhere for all the details regarding the upgrade. i need to know EVERYTHING that i will need for a brushless upgrade. i cannot have lipos shipped to me so im stuck with nimh. i would like a list of different brushless setups that will give good output power while keeping things cool.

    brushless motor esc combo
    wires required
    best batteries
    and everything in between.

    im deployed overseas so i need to get everything in 1 shipment.

    thanks.

  2. #2
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    Yes you can get lipos. I just got a few sets from *********.
    If it didn't break you can do it again.

  3. #3
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    shipped overseas via air?

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    if you have an APO they can be shipped via USPS
    If it didn't break you can do it again.

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    You've got PM.

  6. #6
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    You could take a look at this system. It probably won't keep up with a MMM/Neu combo, but it will run on Nimh easier, is an improvement over brushed motors, and isn't a bad price.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/eZrun-19T-3674SL...A1%7C294%3A200

  7. #7
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    The ez-run will keep up with MMM on 4s, its just not capable of 6s. It is plenty fast to be more fun than stock.

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    There are several EZRun systems - the one I linked to was the cheapest. That one is similar in power to a Novak HV with the 5.5 motor, but it doesn't overheat as easy. The bigger systems are about $50 more, and are closer to the power of a MMM on 4s. The MMM/Neu is still more efficient and less likely to overheat.

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