DMC Doberman 5"

By Redleg on Dec 22, 2017

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JC250   Dec 22, 2017  

How do u like the motors compared to the br2205’s from your first build? Also, u probably r not experiencing too much video interference anymore r u? A majority of that noise, I have found from experience, comes from the lack of those tiny caps on escs. That’s why from now on, I will only be getting and recommending sordid escs because they always have plenty of thos caps

Redleg   Dec 22, 2017 

So far the CheePass motors have been great, especially for the price. It's hard to compare them directly against the br2205's due to the AUW difference of the two builds, but on the Doberman they feel extremely powerful and responsive. Much better than I expected. Hopefully the reliability will be good over time.

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