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  1. #1
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    Wheres Castle Creations 380 size motor?

    Mini Mamba Monster Max Anyone??
    Mini Castle/neu Motor Anyone??

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    the motors are too small

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    Quote Originally Posted by gman36
    the motors are too small
    Ah, sorry.

    Looks like the NeuMotors 1115, though they may be larger.

    380 means 28mm diameter cans

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    the 1115 are great.

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    just use the VXL motor with the Mamba ESC.

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^That is what I am doing. Castle said they should have a motor by the end of the month and it will be paired up with the mamba micro pro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by round
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^That is what I am doing. Castle said they should have a motor by the end of the month and it will be paired up with the mamba micro pro.

    Niiice, looking forward to it. Does that mean we can finally run LiPo's in series with this ESC if we wanted to?

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    Put a MMM in there
    What am I supposed to write in 50 characters?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmaxx225
    Put a MMM in there

    3s in Series.. 22.2volts in a mini!!! Now we're talking!!!!!!! *muhahahaha*
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    Quote Originally Posted by concreat
    3s in Series.. 22.2volts in a mini!!! Now we're talking!!!!!!! *muhahahaha*
    WOW, The tires will be blown off the rims the instant the triggers pulled.
    Should be a sight to see ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBondonutz
    WOW, The tires will be blown off the rims the instant the triggers pulled.
    Should be a sight to see ??
    I'd guess the drive shaft(s) would snap loose first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmaxx225
    Put a MMM in there
    I wonder how much stuff will break the second you pull the trigger on 6s. My guess tranny just explodes

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    I think the 1115 might be too long, 65mm is a long motor. The 1110 is about 45mm long and the 1112 is 52mm long.
    My tranny case is stock :D

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    The 1112 just might fit. The stock can is 48mm. I think there's 4mm clearance if you dremel part of the plastic that holds the shock ends.

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    I thought the shocks might interfere with a longer motor
    My tranny case is stock :D

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    If I measured right you can fit 52mm if sand some plastic down from the shock tower/mount.

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