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    What about those 775 motors???

    It would be nice to install a pair of those and remain waterproof...
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    Wont work with the stock truck- you would need to buy the Kershaw designs mounting plate for his 700HO motors, the stock plate cant accomodate 2 motors of that size, without butchering it.
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    Any word on if the 775 motors are 0 degree timing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedude
    Wont work with the stock truck- you would need to buy the Kershaw designs mounting plate for his 700HO motors, the stock plate cant accomodate 2 motors of that size, without butchering it.
    The 775 motor should work with a Traxxas plate offered in their new summit:

    http://www.traxxas.com/products/elec...n775_motor.jpg

    The summit looks to be an e-revo with long travel shock system. Probably won't need to buy a Kershaw plate unless wanting to put two 775 motors in the truck.

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    Newbie question, can you run those motors with the stock esc?

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    Yea, it seems to be the same esc as before.

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    yes! but not dual! they have 15* timeing you need kershaws plate for dual

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    Quote Originally Posted by brushlessman
    yes! but not dual! they have 15* timeing you need kershaws plate for dual
    How does one find the timing of a motor?

    Also what would be the advantage of the 15 degree timing over a zero timing banebot or mabuchi motor? (am guessing better forward acceleration, but not sure)

    Thanks

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    yes it means it will be faster forward

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    If you use a single 775 from Mabuchi (Bane-Bots, Graupner,...) it fit's right on the standard motor-mount, might get the single plate and single cover tough for good looks.

    The Titan 775 from the Summit is the same i think.

    You do need 4MM screws.

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