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Old 09-16-2013, 08:39 PM   #1
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Default Team Associated TC6.1 Worlds Car Motor/ESC?

I am new to this discipline/sport. I thank you in advance for your kind consideration in replying to this post. I don't want to be called stupid or dumb for anything... As I am just learning the disciplines of this sport.

My limited knowledge is that I have built a fast car. I'm proud of the build, it took several tries before upgrading to a pro chassis.

In this pursuit, I purchased multiple combinations of Motors/ESC's

I'd like to use a REEDY Motor, in the future, just because it's used with TA products.

However I have noticed that TA (TeamAssociated) hasn't confirmed a Censored ESC that will bind with their motor. At least on the internet.

So I wil ask a question...

What is the best combination of ESC/Censored Motor combination for 1/10th On-Road TC car class that is indemnified by ROAR or by other classification organizations?

This was a huge build for me. I just want to do it right.
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Old 09-16-2013, 08:45 PM   #2
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Welcome to the awesome world of RC!

Agreed, that's probably the most important part of the equation.

Choosing Reedy electronics makes no difference on the car. That being said, it is rumored they will be launching their own competition level ESC in the upcoming months.

There are plenty of ESC companies which come to mind. Just offhand, the most popular in the US being Novak/Tekin/Hobbywing/LRP with plenty more I haven't listed yet. Since you're new to the sport, getting something your local hobby shop carries is a good idea since they'll be able to help with your setup.
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