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Old 01-26-2011, 07:34 PM
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Anyone think the TSR shock products are worth a try?

http://cgi.ebay.com/TSR-Team-Durango...item27b839e44a
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Old 01-26-2011, 07:36 PM
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Default lrp speedos are good

Even the older tc spec ans sxx comp are good speedos. I currently run the Sxx comp with a 6.5 and it comes off around 110F. They are perfect for mod. in a stock class, another story. You need boost to compete in stock classes.
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Premier hobbies came through with these parts for me. Great customer service well worth the wait. Anywayz heres a pic.... the servo horn very similar to the stock one. looks nice too.
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Originally Posted by rfleck
Even the older tc spec ans sxx comp are good speedos. I currently run the Sxx comp with a 6.5 and it comes off around 110F. They are perfect for mod. in a stock class, another story. You need boost to compete in stock classes.
The v2 has boost though doesnt it, just not the older ones?
See LRP got a bridge kit now for updating software.
http://forums.radiocontrolzone.com/s...d.php?t=261928
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Originally Posted by RB FIVE
Premier hobbies came through with these parts for me. Great customer service well worth the wait. Anywayz heres a pic.... the servo horn very similar to the stock one. looks nice too.

Glad you are happy! Anything else you need let us know!

We do have a few more RCE9801's available!
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Old 01-26-2011, 09:41 PM
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Originally Posted by RCZILLA
The v2 has boost though doesnt it, just not the older ones?
See LRP got a bridge kit now for updating software.
http://forums.radiocontrolzone.com/s...d.php?t=261928
the v2 has got nothing on tekins 212, hobbywings 508, and other speed controls with stock spec firmware.

the stock spec v2 however is soon to be released and that be 'nearly' as good as the others.
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Originally Posted by hacker
the v2 has got nothing on tekins 212, hobbywings 508, and other speed controls with stock spec firmware.

the stock spec v2 however is soon to be released and that be 'nearly' as good as the others.
What's difference with the stock spec comparied to the TC? Going by their site the TC has dual ADPC max Software (independent adjustment of Feel and Boost) I haven't ran a LRP ESC since they bought out the A.I stuff.
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Originally Posted by RCZILLA
What's difference with the stock spec comparied to the TC? Going by their site the TC has dual ADPC max Software (independent adjustment of Feel and Boost) I haven't ran a LRP ESC since they bought out the A.I stuff.
Dude...ull be more than happy with the LRP.

Basically compared to the stock ull have more "feel" profiles and lots of boost to pick from or not pick from a well as drag brake. Its all youll ever need, just set it and the esc sorts everything out for you effortlessly.
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Originally Posted by Konich
Anyone think the TSR shock products are worth a try?

http://cgi.ebay.com/TSR-Team-Durango...item27b839e44a
Absolutely love using this shock technique in my Losi 8th scale, but I don't think this will work on the current Durango shock caps. Those do appear to be the same and would need to confirm they are concave within the upper cap head for the foam to fit and provide correct design function. Don't know if there is an additional hole within the shock cap to vent diaphram compression, but I guess you could remove the original oil bleed screw. Anyone using these?
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Originally Posted by rangerjkb
Absolutely love using this shock technique in my Losi 8th scale, but I don't think this will work on the current Durango shock caps. Those do appear to be the same and would need to confirm they are concave within the upper cap head for the foam to fit and provide correct design function. Don't know if there is an additional hole within the shock cap to vent diaphram compression, but I guess you could remove the original oil bleed screw. Anyone using these?
No, a couple of us did a similar experiment with other bladders. Maybe worth a shot.
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If using LRP SXX or SXX TC Spec to run Modified motor, you'll like it (main differences are motor limits). Very smooth and provides great control/feel/ minimal timming adjustments for fine tuning. For stock motor timming applications, you'll be at a disadvantage to several of the other ESC manufacturers that captitalize on their abilitites to adjust timing advancement. The SXX & TC spec V2's are designed for Modified motors, not stock motors. They do make a Stock Spec that has advance timing profiles to choose from and would be much better for stock racing if wanting to use LRP.
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Nice pics of the parts! Awaiting arrival of my servo saver arm from Premiere Hobbies, today for install, can't wait...better peace of mind!
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Originally Posted by rangerjkb
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If using LRP SXX or SXX TC Spec to run Modified motor, you'll like it (main differences are motor limits). Very smooth and provides great control/feel/ minimal timming adjustments for fine tuning. For stock motor timming applications, you'll be at a disadvantage to several of the other ESC manufacturers that captitalize on their abilitites to adjust timing advancement. The SXX & TC spec V2's are designed for Modified motors, not stock motors. They do make a Stock Spec that has advance timing profiles to choose from and would be much better for stock racing if wanting to use LRP.
Thanks for your input. Im considering running the Trinity D3 6.5T Mod motor. Havent fully decided yet.
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Hmmm, interesting: http://www.oople.com/forums/showthread.php?t=61920
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
Yes, the 410 Ultra does look nice



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