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  1. #1
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    2650kv vs 2200 kv

    So what would be a benefit of one of the motors (2650 vs 2200 mamba monster) over the other? I currently have the 2650 but I think I should have got the 2200

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    I prefer lower kv setups they run cooler and aloe me to run 5 and 6s and not tear up the drivetrain to much with longer runtimes


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    The 2200 is a better fit for the e-revo, but the 2650 will still do fine. You just won't get quite as much power. The 2650 will need to be geared pretty low when on 4s lipo if you want the temps to stay down.

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    How low should I hear it?

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    Maybe 17/68. That'd be a good place to start.

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    Mine runs 18/58 all day with the 2650 on Talons and 4s.
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    What's your motor, ESC, and outside temps when you run?

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    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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