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Old 06-08-2008, 02:56 PM   #1
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Default Brushless? which one to buy??

Hey guys. I run in 2 classes, 27t and 19t. which brushless set-up are the best to buy?? Or shoud a just stick with brushed motors?

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Nick, I recommend the LRP TC Spec. But, brushed can still have a performance advantage over brushless if you run well-tuned motors.
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Old 06-08-2008, 03:56 PM   #3
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LRP TC SPEC or NOSRAM ISTC (both the same thing)

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the speed passion is a very good setup very fast and extremly easy to setup with the hand held remolt makes for very fast easy tweeks i am very happy with mine the novak gtb just anoyed me so hard to setup and change settings i am pleased i moved to speed passion
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i like my lrp tc spec esc. however I had really bad luck with their motor. I got a novak and the issues quit.
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I think really depends on the person I have the novak gtb and the lrp tc . I had the novak before the lrp and did not like using the lrp at first but I am use the lrp more now and like it now . I think the lrp can handle heat better
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Why not think a little out of the box go GM Genius range of brushless esc especially the gm 100 sensored/sensorless operation and the bonus you can run it in the wet dont see many lrp/nosram novak out when the wet stuff comes down lol
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