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    Woot!

    Well I know what will be going into my erbe!......FIRST POST!

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    Ahh fast boats...boom I grenaded all my batteries on my brushless proboat...

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    You're putting your first post into your ERBE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterV
    You're putting your first post into your ERBE?
    Your nitro is fat...It ate my Brushless Dust!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterV
    You're putting your first post into your ERBE?
    Huh interesting, will there be a build thread on that? I'd like to know how you do it. Lol
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    Lots of us have attempted to put posts into ERBEs. Sometimes into the top, sides, back and bottom - but usually straight into the front! It typically ends badly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksb51rl
    Lots of us have attempted to put posts into ERBEs. Sometimes into the top, sides, back and bottom - but usually straight into the front! It typically ends badly.
    Your nitro is fat...It ate my Brushless Dust!!!!

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    if your talking about the brushless system from it in your erbe the esc is going to over heat since its water cooled and its kind of hard to water cool a rc that drives on land LOL
    if your not breaking anything get more air

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotthw
    if your talking about the brushless system from it in your erbe the esc is going to over heat since its water cooled and its kind of hard to water cool a rc that drives on land LOL
    well...the system is water proof
    Your nitro is fat...It ate my Brushless Dust!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotthw
    if your talking about the brushless system from it in your erbe the esc is going to over heat since its water cooled and its kind of hard to water cool a rc that drives on land LOL
    Stinger30 found these new systems a lil bit ago. Anything is possible.

    http://www.finedesignrc.com/ct-infernoGTreview.htm

    http://www.tcscooling.com/index.html
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    ya i guess that would work but it would add weight but if you what a water proof brushless system you could do it.
    if your not breaking anything get more air

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotthw
    ya i guess that would work but it would add weight but if you what a water proof brushless system you could do it.
    Actually that tcs system is lighter than a heatsink/ fan setup & draws less than 1/4 of the power. All in all it's the better route to take with the exception of the price, $180 for the brushless version.
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    That'll teach me to not watch the thread I started (stinking nyquil). Yes I was speaking of the fact that the esc is waterproof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H2O~Boy
    Stinger30 found these new systems a lil bit ago. Anything is possible.

    http://www.finedesignrc.com/ct-infernoGTreview.htm

    http://www.tcscooling.com/index.html
    awesome

    glad to see someone followed the links

    i bet someone will do it...just a matter of time and money


    i cant wait

    however if u look at the gear on the links, it would not be hard to make something like this yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinger30
    awesome

    glad to see someone followed the links

    i bet someone will do it...just a matter of time and money


    i cant wait

    however if u look at the gear on the links, it would not be hard to make something like this yourself
    Absolutely. I'm always lookin at new & creative ideas for this hobby of ours.

    But I totally agree with you, this system looks pretty easy to fab up yourself if you have some enginuity. It's only a matter of time & money like you said before someone figures it out.
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    Well there we go. I guess people have already figured it out. It may not look as clean as an off-the-shelf system but it gets the job done nonetheless.
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