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    1/10 brushless system?

    What is the cheapest 1/10 brushless system out their that handles 3s? I have a feeling the 3m will be friend in the next 3-5 runs... Thanks
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    Have you looked into ezrun stuff?
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    I picked up a used Sidewinder for $35 and bought a Tacon 4420kv motor for $25, so that's a $60 system capable of 3s absolute overkill, but it's a blast for sure
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    how about a 1/8th scale ESC with a 1/10th motor, on 6s lol

    would that be possible from the 1400mah 3s traxxas lipos?
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    Wouldn't keep it on the ground!

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    thats for sure, not sure if you could fit a motor in there to handle 6s though, most of the 1/10 motors are only 3-4s capable. even if you managed to get something in there it would just back flip so much and snap the chassis more likely in half. you'll have an airplane instead of a mini revo.
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    Dont need a 1/10 sized motor to run 6s

    Neu 1110 or 1112 (380 sized) with a Mamba Max Pro is all you need

    Would need fairly good batteries but if geared correctly would be a weapon, has been done before


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    Thanks for the positive side lol

    I understand it would be hard but I have a slash and it's heavy (for a mini) with street tires on it, so I'm confident it could work with the right combo
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