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scootscx10
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scootscx10

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    1. Azrayel74
      Azrayel74
      Not unexpected with the 55T motors as they arent quick motors by any means.. but have some massive torque .. glad its working for you
    2. Azrayel74
      Azrayel74
      You shouldnt have a problem if you wire the batteries in Parallel as they will basicly act as one LARGE battery then. Running 2 batteries in parallel adds the MAH together for how long the batteries with last, connecting them in Series adds the voltages together which in this case would exceed the limits of the AE-2 ESC. Though honestly... im not sure why you would need to run dual 5800MAH batteries with a dual 55T motor setup.. unless you want to run for something like 3 or 4 hours without stopping.
    3. Corey52587
      Corey52587
      nope wasnt me haha ive had a red car before but didnt live by the lake or have a detail shop lol
    4. Azrayel74
      Azrayel74
      I wouldnt recommend it... mainly because the AE-2 ESC has a 19T motor limit. Wiring dual motors to that ESC will do one of 2 things, depending on how you wire the motors. Either the motors will each only get half the voltage of your supply battery.. IE.. a 2S Lipo will yield 3.6V to each motor which doesnt really help you.. or each motor gets full voltage but the ESC will then see the dual motors as HALF thier actual turns.. so your dual 20T motors, will pull the current of a 10T motor and will fry the ESC. I run a dual 55T motor on my AE-2. I would run at least a 40T if you want to run dual motors wired in series. Dual 20T wired in parallel would give you full voltage to each motor, but half the RPM.. hence negating the reason for running a 20T for the speed.
    5. Azrayel74
      Azrayel74
      with dual 55T motors, 87T spur and i think 20T pinions.. it was still easily able to drive as fast as i can walk comfortably. I did some testing and was able to drive it up a 60+ degree incline on relatively slippery 2x4's without any problems using 2.2 pitbull rock beast tires.
    6. Azrayel74
      Azrayel74
      for sheer torque.. the dual 55T motor setup will beat a single 35t evne an HD hands down. I setup one of my SCX_10's at one point with dual 55T axial motors, each one run on its own AE-2 ESC and connected to a maxamps 5950 MAH 2S Lipo. Wasnt anything i COULDNT go over or thru with that truck.
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