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    Titan 775 and evx2 lvd thoughts and questions.

    Ok so iv been reading alot of post on the 775 and evx2. Everyone seems to want to swap saying the summit a lil heavy for this setup. In almost every post. My question is would this be a good setup in a lighter vehicle? Say a 1/16?

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    It would be tough to fit it on a 1/16 chassis...not saying it can't be done but you might want to find them in person and take a few measurements.


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    It's not gonna fit, the can won't clear the rear shocks... and you gonna have to mount the evx2 standing up I don't even think you can hide it in the battery compartment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxi single View Post
    It's not gonna fit, the can won't clear the rear shocks... and you gonna have to mount the evx2 standing up I don't even think you can hide it in the battery compartment.
    Mount the esc vertically on the te rear body post

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannabe4x4 View Post
    Ok so iv been reading alot of post on the 775 and evx2. Everyone seems to want to swap saying the summit a lil heavy for this setup. In almost every post. My question is would this be a good setup in a lighter vehicle? Say a 1/16?
    I have to disagree 100% with the assessment of the EVX2/Titan775 combination in the Summit. It is a perfectly adequate for the intended use of the Summit. The combination is, however, a two-battery setup and the form factor is rather large. There is nothing that you can do with a 775 in a 1/16 that would not be better accomplished with a 550-size (max.) motor and compatible speed controller.
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    ^^ Agree!

    IMO, youll never fit that setup in a 1/16 and there is simply no point whatsoever in trying. But, in the 1/10 summit its a near perfect combination. Not sure what posts you're reading about the 775/EVX2 being too heavy for a 1/10 summit. Ive never read that.
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    The summit being too heavy for the esc and motor. I searched titan 775 on the sEarch box up there on the right.

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