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Old 07-30-2012, 09:40 PM   #5
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ALSO to be noted is the fact that the Parkzone motor mount is pretty SPECIFIC to the PZ motors. You CAN adapt other motors to it - IF - if they are the same bolt pattern for at LEAST 2 of the motor bolt holes and IF the motor, case and shaft are the same as the stock motor.

IF there are any variances to the stock motor with your choice of replacement motor - you had better be well versed in adaption and "making" things work.

Also of note is that a change of motor and/or a change of the prop usually necessitates a change of the ESC for something more comparable to your new needs. Say 20% to 30% ABOVE the average draw of amperage from the new system tested via a wattmeter. Reading the forum threads will produce posts from users that have already been down the road and have already tested the motor and setup.

Not everyone will have the exact same experience with the same motor and prop and esc's. But you will get an idea CLOSE to your needs.

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