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Would a high torque motor damage a M90 spring then?
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but he's just changing the motor so can't check for either of those things.
personally I'd do one thing at a time, get higher discharge rate batteries first as they're the easiest thing, then if that's not enough look to replace the motor.
I always start with simple things like Deans connectors and a rewiring job,before diving in the GB and tuning. I generally don;t recommend swapping parts unless you REALLY need to since most stock parts are grand
Thanks guys, like jcheese said, just looking to swap the motor as is kind of sluggish. However like he also said it's probably because I use a 9.6v Nickel battery. Dean connectors and a 7.4v lipo then?