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Dual motor, series or parallel

I have a simi stock clod and was wondering which one (series or parallel) for rock crawling? thanks a bunch
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Re: Dual motor, series or parallel

i don't know specifically but i would guess parrallel

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Re: Dual motor, series or parallel

Yep, parrallel is what you want. more power, but less runtime. Series will allow the motor with the most load to stall really easily.

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