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  1. bozzplayer
    02-05-2011 10:30 PM - permalink
    bozzplayer
    Hey Shawn,so I Recently Bought The Speed Passion Gt2.1 Ex Speed Control With The Factory Software Installed On It, After Setting It Up And Running It For The 1st Ti'me Today On My Trf 417, I Found After A Minute Of Running It, I Lose My Full Throttle Punch, When I Turn The Esc Off And Back On It Works Fine Again For About A Minute, Before Doing The Same Thing As Before, I Was Told To Download The New Software For It And See If That Helps, But After Reading Posts About The Speed Passion Over The Internet It Doesn't Seem Like A Solution (I Will Try It Tomorrow To Find Out) Was Wondering If You Have Seen Or Heard Of This Problem Happening Before, Any Advice Would Be Appreciated, I'm Running The Speed Passion 17.5 V3 Motor
  2. jamesrc9251
    06-15-2010 03:48 PM - permalink
    jamesrc9251
    hey shawn i am running the combo in my 10th and 12th scale pan car any help you can give me with the gearing on this. i know touring is running 3.5 to 3.7 but what should pan cars be at. i know some of the guys are runing 76 spur with 47 pinion. it doesnt seems right to me. thats a 1.6 what are your thoughts. also will there be any stickers availible i would like to put them on my bodies and rep. i just took 3rd on the tq first series race on 12th scale

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  • About Shawn Palmer
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    just plain wierd
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    Speed Passion USA Support HQ
    Interests
    anything radio control
    Occupation
    Speed Passion USA Sales Manager
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    Shawn Palmer
    Speed Passion USA Sales Manager
    USAsupport <at> King-Golden <dot> com
    www.SpeedPassion.net
    www.SpeedPowerrc.com

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  • Last Activity: 04-05-2011 10:32 AM
  • Join Date: 09-26-2003
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