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compre NSR 3024 BABY King Evo 3 vs Eacer Sideways SWM/BBRAPTOR - Baby Raptor Motor

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I would be interested to hear your thoughts if any performance differences / preferences between NSR 3024 BABY King Evo 3 and Racer Sideways SWM/BBRAPTOR - Baby Raptor Motor
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I think the term "slotgod" is granted by the forum in a fairly haphazard fashion, not necessarily chosen by the user.
I am rather curious though as to why we would want to reduce the car's top speed by replacing the 23K motor from the standard car with a lower revving one, only to change the gearing to increase the top speed back up again, seems like a bit of a merry go round exercise.


PS: Alan is right of course, 17K is damn slow. Here is me trying to decide if I should change my King 30 and return to the King 38 I used before the voltage went up.
PPS: The forum insist on calling me "Slot King", me an absolute republican, where is that guillotine?
No, that's a user created 'sig file' setup under your 'account details'

...and the "Slot King" under your name would have been made by you in the past on the old forum software, the option to change it doesn't seem to be there any more - mine is 'Kevs Racing Bits' but I can't find a way to change it.
Not true I am afraid, I never did title myself as "Slot King".

The signature text can still be changed, and one of the people in this thread felt it was a good idea to put "Slot God" in his/her signature, which would be entirely voluntary and editable, should s/he decide to change it.
To be perfectly honest we don't know what happened until Alan comes back and tells us.
However, whether or not he did call himself a Slot God doesn't invalidate his opinion of the motor being discussed, 17K is slow compared to the bulk of the motors listed on Pendle's site, the assertion is not wrong.

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