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    16th June 2019, 20:24
    If your wheels are plastic you will have to bolt the sprocket on and you will need to be very accurate because any up and down movement due to misalignment or side ways wobble will cause the...
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    16th June 2019, 19:41
    Where possible you should use a single axle for strength and even on my feathers I don't go less a 25mm axle for the simple reason if you get flipped 6 feet in the air-your wheels and thus the...
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    10th June 2019, 16:38
    In that case you are probably correct, I had two of those blow on my featherweight drive they seemed fine when not under load but they are poor performers compared to the 60 ESC. You might be...
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    10th June 2019, 15:27
    I use the same ESC in my Heavyweight so I would disagree that it's not suitable for a middleweight. Your probably not even 60 kg compared to my 110 so it must be something else. I would look...
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    4th June 2019, 16:09
    Hi Lucy I think the 10 mm driveshaft are far too lightweight in a middleweight especially when your in the arena against heavyweights, I use 22 mm over 6 inch length in Mean Machine and seriously...
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