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Sensored brushless combo

Discussion in 'Talion' started by Rob Austin, Sep 11, 2015.

  1. Rob Austin

    Rob Austin Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    Can anyone recommend a decent sensored brushless set up for the Talion? This is one of many mods I plan on doing. Currently running Proline Big Joes other than wheels its all stock.

    Best regards,
    R/C Rob
     
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    He said sensored
     
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    Is the Leopard 4082 not sensored? I thought they where?!
     
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    Do you really need a sensored setup? I would think that a sensored setup would only really be valuable for low speed stuff like crawling, but I've been wrong before.
     
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    If your racing on a track, sensored is better.
     
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    Im 1451079366642.jpg running a xerun 150a and a teki. T8 2650. Its a ton of fun on 6s.
     
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    That's a wicked set up! What size pinion are you running?
     
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    23 is the pinion size. Tryin to go fast

    Im running a 23 pinion. Trying to go fast

    And now it has a 46 spur gear.
     
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  10. Rob Austin

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    Are you still running stock electronics? Any issues with overheating? Also how are the diffs holding up?
     
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    Im having no over heating but i do have a castle 1/8 fan. Running stock steering. Diffs. Ive only had one center diff explode on me. I had to adjust the brakes in the esc and that fixed that. Stock receiver and controller.

    One bent front cvd and a broken rear shock. I thing when i hit the curb at speed
     
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