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Old 09-25-2006, 04:04 PM   #16
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Mach ,Hope you figure it out...

When I tried the Sphere with a stock motor (P2k2) I thought it was a improvement compared to the Q2 or V-7

The Sphere felt like it had better punch and smoother feel...
Think this is due to the extra Mos Fets used in its design..

I`v used it for about 4 races days with a stock motor and a few more day`s with a mod brush motor.
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Old 09-25-2006, 07:15 PM   #17
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I emailed LRP a few days back. I was just curious if anyone else had experienced this.

I run brushless outdoor during the summer and brushed indoor during the winter, thats the reason I have been using a dual purpose speed control.

I didnt get the competition version because I wanted the option of being able to use reverse when I am practicing.

I like the LRP better than the Novak because its a lot simpler to swap between brushless and brushed.

The novak was a 5.5 GTB and it was fast, too fast for me coming out of corners on a dusty dirt track. Indoor on high bite clay it was cool to watch it wheelie down the straight though
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