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Old 04-20-2016, 01:24 PM   #1
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Default Reds Racing TX120 and VX Motors

I haven't found a thread dedicated to these units. Thought I'd start one with a view to finding out if anyone runs the esc and/or motors. They look like good quality products and certainly have the stats to back up the looks. The setup functions seem to mirror the Muchmore Fleta Pro in terms of options.

Anyone have any good or bad experiences with them. Also, as I've just bought the esc and a 13.5 vx motor, does anyone have any esc settings they're currently using or working on for different surfaces etc?
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Old 04-26-2016, 03:55 PM   #2
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I haven't found a thread dedicated to these units. Thought I'd start one with a view to finding out if anyone runs the esc and/or motors. They look like good quality products and certainly have the stats to back up the looks. The setup functions seem to mirror the Muchmore Fleta Pro in terms of options.

Anyone have any good or bad experiences with them. Also, as I've just bought the esc and a 13.5 vx motor, does anyone have any esc settings they're currently using or working on for different surfaces etc?
Anyone run this combo?
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Old 06-01-2016, 07:21 AM   #3
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Awesomatix A800 - Reds Racing TX120 - Reds Racing VX Certified 13.5 - Sanwa M12S
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Old 06-09-2016, 05:25 PM   #4
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I haven't found a thread dedicated to these units. Thought I'd start one with a view to finding out if anyone runs the esc and/or motors. They look like good quality products and certainly have the stats to back up the looks. The setup functions seem to mirror the Muchmore Fleta Pro in terms of options.

Anyone have any good or bad experiences with them. Also, as I've just bought the esc and a 13.5 vx motor, does anyone have any esc settings they're currently using or working on for different surfaces etc?
Been running this combo for a bit now have no problems with heat cant fault the Reds gear.
enjoy the ease of setup ,every thing is explained in the manuals.
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Old 10-06-2016, 10:18 PM   #5
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Anyone run this combo?
We run that combo in our national super stock class and the REDS 13.5T VX is a very popular choice. It's powerful, smooth power delivery and doesn't fade when warm...

Our drivers runs a bit different combinations. Some the standard 13.5T, some the selected version, some the new HT version and even some with the selected 13.5T with High Rpm rotor in.

We found out the timing should be above 42 degrees and the motor will really "get to live", but we test every single motor on motor tester to find the exact sweet spot of each individual motor. Because when you are close to the sweet spot, 1 degree will change a lot in amp draw, but not in performance...

But the motors and also TX120 ESC are really good quality :-)...
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