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Old 07-14-2009, 02:22 PM   #361
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yes compared to the 2.0.
Teck that makes no sense, you didn't compare it to anything
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Teck that makes no sense, you didn't compare it to anything
c'mon bailey, you're in sales. the correct answer is, "yes, absolutely".
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c'mon bailey, you're in sales. the correct answer is, "yes, absolutely".
If I knew what he was comparing it too I could easily help


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Old 07-14-2009, 02:40 PM   #364
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Dude, I'm not gonna sit here and nit pick back and forth with you, I'm sorry that you assumed our ESC would run a brushed motor when in fact it does not.

We have no plans on adding brushed motor functionality in our 2.0 line of ESC's, or any of the future products we design and release.



Thank's adam that's was useful.
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Thank's adam that's was useful.
Well man, I'm not going to sit here and argue with you about running brushed motors on the GT 2.0 line of ESC's. They will not run run a brushed motor and we have no plans on adding that functionality into the ESC.

If you have ANY OTHER questions please feel free to ask, but if it is about running brushed motors on the GT 2.0 line of ESC's I won't have a better answer for you
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as i understand any brushless ESC was supposed to be able to be brush ESC. while brush ESC is not possible to be brushless ESC.
those are very basic knowledge,
hope Speedpassion will listen on this, why would need LCD, if i can't change the firmware, on GT2.0 to be able to wear brush motor.
Why would you want to use a HUGH BRUSHLESS speedo with a brushed motor? Or I should ask....why use brushed motor?
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1. Did you get your hot box yet?
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that would be a double 'no' at the moment.
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that would be a double 'no' at the moment.
I better hear you screaming YESH tweece in the very near future
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I better hear you screaming YESH tweece in the very near future
Drop the soap in front of him....
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Why would you want to use a HUGH BRUSHLESS speedo with a brushed motor? Or I should ask....why use brushed motor?
1.Simply More Option's on one speedo.
2.one other reason is brushed motor and brushless motor, had diffrent rpm and turn, also weight.
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1.Simply More Option's on one speedo.
2.one other reason is brushed motor and brushless motor, had diffrent rpm and turn, also weight.
Then why run a larger heavier brushless ESC? If weight is an issue a brushed only ESC is MUCH lighter than a brushless

also most Brushless ESC's have very little options for brushed motors and devote all of the technology for the brushless
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Then why run a larger heavier brushless ESC? If weight is an issue a brushed only ESC is MUCH lighter than a brushless

also most Brushless ESC's have very little options for brushed motors and devote all of the technology for the brushless
i have been using Brushless system since 2003.
i think's i like both Brushed/Brushless motor and system

i like brushless motor because of it's low centrifugal force.

i like brushed motor, because, motor brushed had no sensor required, means i can use it on dirt/wet.

isn't that GT2.0 could be used on Trucks right ? also 1/12.
and GT1.1 was lower weight than GT2.0, isn't that new technology supposed to have lower weight? while now i know GT2.0 have more heavy than GT1.1 why can't be used for the brushed motors ?
so there's something must be asked to why on the GT2.0 chips?
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Why not post a want to buy ad so everybody can sell you the brushed Escs/paperweights they now have. You can probably buy them for ten cents on the dollar.
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i have been using Brushless system since 2003.
i think's i like both Brushed/Brushless motor and system

i like brushless motor because of it's low centrifugal force.

i like brushed motor, because, motor brushed had no sensor required, means i can use it on dirt/wet.

isn't that GT2.0 could be used on Trucks right ? also 1/12.
and GT1.1 was lower weight than GT2.0, isn't that new technology supposed to have lower weight? while now i know GT2.0 have more heavy than GT1.1 why can't be used for the brushed motors ?
so there's something must be asked to why on the GT2.0 chips?
You can use GT2 with or without the sensor wire...it is your choice.

About DIRT and WET...whos using brushed motor now when they are running off road on DIRT and sometime WET..? Also...those from UK, they raced the SP GT2 speedo and motor IN RAIN....YES....RAIN. Again, it is your choice. No one will garantee it will last....this is not a water resistant watch with shock absorbing feature from Casio....

GT2 can be used on trucks, tanks or submarine....also 12th scale.

Newer technology does not necessary to be lighter, that has nothing to do with the weight if the speedo will give me 0.2 sec faster...I care the less it weight like a BRICK.

If you own a GT1 or GT1.1, you will find out the GT2 is a HUGH step forward, performance gain compare to the older GT1 or GT1.1. If you are looking for a universal speedo that will run all kinda motor, then GT2 is definitely NOT your answer. The release of a GT2 is a big step forward by NOT offering the brushed motor option. I don't want to bring up all the problem that ppl forgot to change to the BRUSHED MOTOR mode before they fried their GT1 or GT1.1 speedo. GT2 gives all the space/room for the designer to INCREASE more goody on performance and still within the same footprint (compare to the old version) and the performance gain is HUGH...yes, it is a BIG TIME DIFFERENT compare to the older version. Just the BRAKE department is almost like night and day (yes, I do not like the GT1 or GT1.1 brakes....almost none).

I think you can buy any lightly used brushed speedo like GTX, QC3 for like $50...someone might even GIVE that to you just so they don't have to deal with brushed motor. MORE options are not always better, if that is the case, how come you don't see a VCR, VCD, DVD and BLUE_RAY all in 1 player and listed for $200...?

Beside...don't you find it "horrible" to wire 3 positive wires at the + side of the brushed motor....?

I still have one GT1 and two GT 1.1 version and they are still working fawlessly, they are purchased since they released...touch wood. (No, I have not use the brushed motor more nor I am willing to, I have plenty of GTX and QC2 laying around for brushed motor or silver can...)
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