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Discussion in 'RC General & Getting Started' started by monsterrcbuilder04, Apr 13, 2004.
if i connect 2 msc will it have less chances of frying?
Why would you want to do that, you would add more weight and more bulk to your truck and you would not gain any performance of the truck just have three speeds, not much control. But your answer would be probably no.
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dude i make machanical speed controls with no motor or cell limit.you cant kill it even if you tryed.
how would you connect two stock ones?
i dono. never went that far into it. i wanted to try to run 3 electric motors in my savage.
isnt savage a Nitro?
you can hook up 2 msc.but if you want to run 3 motors run 3 msc.6-7 cells per motor.
if you want to run 12-14 cells per motor then hook up 6 msc.2msc per motor.for a 3 motor application.
i know how to do all of that.
ya its nitro. thats the whole point. i want to try and make it electric. so i cant run anymore than 7 cells on an msc?
nah it would run too hot.you could but it wouldnt be efficient.
36-42 cell with 3 14 turn motors.thats about 5 hp or more.that is more power than any Nitro engine but with 42 cells it would be heavier.
ya thats what i was thinking. 7 cells per motor should be enough. thats how many an e-maxx has
why 3 motors why not just 2?
i figured i would get more power out of 3. i was figuring that the savage weighrd more than the e-maxx but im not sure.
well you can run more cells per motor than 7.
can the streak handle dual motors?
i wouldnt even try it.