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    Blaster2 needs a motor?

    bought a basket b2 and the core was trashed, big hole in bottom of case and in pretty sad shape. Was wondering if i should try to find a complete 760 motor or would it be easy to swap a 1100? not trying to build anything fancy just something fun to ride in the surf.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tm800 View Post
    bought a basket b2 and the core was trashed, big hole in bottom of case and in pretty sad shape. Was wondering if i should try to find a complete 760 motor or would it be easy to swap a 1100? not trying to build anything fancy just something fun to ride in the surf.

    Lots of cheap 760's out there and would b e a drop in...vs fitting etc.

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    I also don't think the larger 1100 would be great for surf riding as light weight is very important and the 1100/1200 are considerably heavier.
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