I had thought about getting a new Cirrus speedcontrol or running my current GT7 speedcontrol.
Then after studying the chassis, wire layout, and such, I decided to run my Tekin G10.
-Because of the post position, the speedcontrol can be mounted where you want it...then
you can solder on the wires to the speedcontrol.
-ease of wiring
-lets face it, using solder post is much easier than wiring to the curcuit board. It just is...
-the Tekin G-10 design is about 8-9 years old, but its still one of the most programmable and EASIEST to program esc's ever made
-people look at the G-10 and think its large, but with all its components (cap, schottky) internal, its actually small. Its smaller and lighter than my GT7.
-hey its Tekin...
Running a Tekin gives your car a 'veteran' feel. I love when the newer racers come up and ask "who's Tekin, is that like a new company or something?"
Besides that, no one could match Tekin's reliability.