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Need Electronic Help for Smooth Concrete
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I just got an MST MS-01D PRO and need help with electronics. I'm running on smooth (not polished) concrete in my garage. I will also do some drifting in my basement on the laminate hardwoods (also not polished). Need help with Motor and ESC.

~Motor and ESC Needs~
~Brushless
~Sensored
~Reliable
~Good for the Smooth Concrete*
*I don't know the amount of turns sitable for this surface.
MST MS-01D Pro - Speed Passion Reventon R/Speed Passion "Dokyo" 10.5T Sensored Brushless Motor/Hi-Tec HS-5496MH/Gens Ace 7.4V LiPo 5300 Mah 30C 
Axial Wraith - Holmes Hobbies BR-XL WP/Holmes Hobbies Torquemaster Pro 35T/2 Hi-Tec HS-7954SH/Gens Ace 11.1V LiPo 5000Mah 40C
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#2
Depends on how much u want to spend... cheap but good quality: hobby wing and speed passion expensive: tekin or keyance..

How you tune the car is most important
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#3
Speed passion Nuff said
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(08-18-2014, 08:58 PM)Frias65 Wrote:  Depends on how much u want to spend... cheap but good quality: hobby wing and speed passion expensive: tekin or keyance..

How you tune the car is most important

Oh sorry i forgot to include that. I would like to be anywhere around or under $180.
And also what turn should I get for Brushless on smooth concrete. I read on a few other forums that you need different turns if you are on different surfaces.
MST MS-01D Pro - Speed Passion Reventon R/Speed Passion "Dokyo" 10.5T Sensored Brushless Motor/Hi-Tec HS-5496MH/Gens Ace 7.4V LiPo 5300 Mah 30C 
Axial Wraith - Holmes Hobbies BR-XL WP/Holmes Hobbies Torquemaster Pro 35T/2 Hi-Tec HS-7954SH/Gens Ace 11.1V LiPo 5000Mah 40C
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(08-19-2014, 08:25 AM)lostonthetrails Wrote:  
(08-18-2014, 08:58 PM)Frias65 Wrote:  Depends on how much u want to spend... cheap but good quality: hobby wing and speed passion expensive: tekin or keyance..

How you tune the car is most important

Oh sorry i forgot to include that. I would like to be anywhere around or under $180.
And also what turn should I get for Brushless on smooth concrete. I read on a few other forums that you need different turns if you are on different surfaces.
Then either hobby wing or speed passion. Both will work well. I would try to see which one is cheaper and go with that lol. For the turns anywhere between 13.5t to 8.5t will be good.. you can go 7.5t if u can handle it or if ur track is huge lol
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#6
13.5 is good all around, I love the Speed Passions esc's at their price... lots of practice will heat up an esc tho...
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#7
(08-19-2014, 11:13 AM)redeyes Wrote:  13.5 is good all around, I love the Speed Passions esc's at their price... lots of practice will heat up an esc tho...

What esc should i get and what motor should i get. I was looking at this but that one is a lot compared to some of the lesser models. What is the difference between the Reventon Pro 1.1 and other ones like Reventon S or Reventon R.
MST MS-01D Pro - Speed Passion Reventon R/Speed Passion "Dokyo" 10.5T Sensored Brushless Motor/Hi-Tec HS-5496MH/Gens Ace 7.4V LiPo 5300 Mah 30C 
Axial Wraith - Holmes Hobbies BR-XL WP/Holmes Hobbies Torquemaster Pro 35T/2 Hi-Tec HS-7954SH/Gens Ace 11.1V LiPo 5000Mah 40C
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#8
Pro is favoured by racers. R is already more than you'd need
& S does a fine job in most cases, especially for drift.

But most S combos commonly found are sensorless,
you need to find a sensored motor version.
Same ESC.
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#9
the revention r's are sic, tons of features I just wish they had higher amp rating...
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(08-19-2014, 12:21 PM)tamiya Wrote:  Pro is favoured by racers. R is already more than you'd need
& S does a fine job in most cases, especially for drift.

But most S combos commonly found are sensorless,
you need to find a sensored motor version.
Same ESC.

So I think Reventon Ris what i'm looking for. I found this but how is this motor. I come from crawling and Brushless is more expensive by a significant amount. How is this motor and if it is not good, what else should I get. I will make separate purchases of the ESC and motor as long as I know they are compatible.
MST MS-01D Pro - Speed Passion Reventon R/Speed Passion "Dokyo" 10.5T Sensored Brushless Motor/Hi-Tec HS-5496MH/Gens Ace 7.4V LiPo 5300 Mah 30C 
Axial Wraith - Holmes Hobbies BR-XL WP/Holmes Hobbies Torquemaster Pro 35T/2 Hi-Tec HS-7954SH/Gens Ace 11.1V LiPo 5000Mah 40C
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