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Old 05-13-2002, 09:46 AM   #1
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Default Atom vs. Tempest Max

I have a Losi XXXT that I race (stock class) every week offroad. It is your typical offroad track. It is about 200 feet, lots of jumps, turns, etc. I was wondering which ESC to use. I have a Novak Atom and a Tempest Max Hyperfet III. I use a P2K2 or a P2K Pro with 3000 NiM and a 21 pinion. What do you guys think?


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Old 05-18-2002, 06:51 AM   #2
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I'd use the atom! First its smaller and lighter. Second you can program your own race profile just like the cyclones! Don't be fulled by its small size, the atom has hyperfet's III as well. I know the peak voltage numbers are lower than the Max, but for stock class you wont even notice, heck, I've ran mod's with mine and it stayed nice and cool the whole time. If you dont have a pit wizard, or new milleneum pro charger, Do yourself a favor and find someone who can help you try different profiles, you wont believe what some of the changes can do!
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