Hey guys and gals, I need some help making a decision for my 2wd slash. I'm looking for a good sensored brushless motor to run with my castle creations mamba max pro esc. Now keep in mind my truck is far from stock! It has aluminum all over it and I just installed the STRC lcg chassis conversion kit so it's race ready and worthy, but I'm running a castle creations sydewinder 6900kv system right now, which is way to much speed for short course track racing and it's not very smooth on take off and exiting corners. I'm looking for a good motor to run with my mamba prob esc and want a sensored one for smoother takes offs ad cornering. Also it has to be at least 4000kv for 2 reasons!! 1st is because of the weight of the truck!! It weighs about as much as a stock 4x4 slash does so I need enough torque and kv's to keep up with the lighter trucks on the course. 2nd reason is because I want it to be faster then your typical TRAXXAS velineon system because if I use that system then it's just another slash 2wd with a velineon system hahahaha. I have absolutely nothing against the TRAXXAS velineon system I think there awesome and reliable, I'm just going for a one of a kind 2wd slash. Just to give yas an idea of how much extra weight is on my truck here is a list of the changes and upgrades I have done up to this point: 1: STRC- aluminum front and rear a-arms 2: STRC- aluminum front and rear shock towers 3: STRC- aluminum front bulkhead 4: STRC- aluminum motor guard 5: Golden Horizons- aluminum transmission housing 6: Traxxas- aluminum toe links and steering links 7: Traxxas- aluminum castor blocks 8: Traxxas- aluminum front steering knuckles 9: Traxxas- aluminum rear hub carriers 10: Proline- steering linkage 11: RPM- front and rear bumpers 12: Spectrum DX2S 13: Castle Creations SV3 6900kv brushless system 14: STRC LCG chassis conversion kit 15: Proline Trenchers on the rear and Bow-Ties on front 16: Traxxas- aluminum front and rear shocks Pretty sure that's all haha thanks for looking and any info and/or advise is much appreciated. Oh and I'm looking to spend around 100$ on a motor, can't go much higher then that. Thanks again!