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    Cool 540 or 550 brushed motor

    i'm building a mud race truck with daul motors,but can't decide between 540 or 550 motor . has any body used a 550 motor. also what are so good 550 and esc combo or would i just be better off useing a 540.


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    the 540 & 550 are basically the same motor, it just refers to the size of the ferrite ( 54mm / 55mm) normally a 550 would be stronger but this isnt always the case. you need to look at the # of turns in a motor. example- 27t high speed, - 55t low speed

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