I currently use the LRP SXX V2 TC Spec, but I have used the Speed Passion GT2.0 Pro ESC with great success in the past as well . Both are smooth and have solid braking power. I've seen the Viper ESC's do pretty well locally too.
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not when they were temping out trying to keep up with the SP speedos
I have seen it the other way around as well... SP speedos thermalling but there are many variables that cause that.
Just a tip: Alot of people hear keep saying "get a 4.5". If you are new to mod start with a 5.5 as it can get similar lap times but be far easier to drive. 4.5 is for when the motor is holding you back.
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4.5T will be a lil too fast if your new running MOD trust me lol.. It took me quite a while to to train my finger to get off the throttle lol... I run 17.5 boosted couple of weeks ago after have been running MOD lately man they are slow lol... I just got tired of making a slow motor fast lol...
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