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Old 04-21-2006, 11:59 PM
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hey guys wich esc do you guys think i should buy i will not buy the robitronic icube ore the tekkin but wich other esc is the best and why

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hey rasmus, do you have brain damage or something? why dont you look at your own thread you started a few days ago.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=110221

i suppose which is "best" and which to "buy" is different
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Old 04-22-2006, 12:08 AM
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yes but i didnt get any answers that i coul use alot of guys said the mrt and alot of guys said the hara twister ore the icube btu none of them said why
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I say go brushless Novak gtb or Lrp sphere comp can't go wrong.
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Old 04-22-2006, 12:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Rasmus TbEvo IV
yes but i didnt get any answers that i coul use alot of guys said the mrt and alot of guys said the hara twister ore the icube btu none of them said why
SO YOU THINK IF YOU KEEP ON ASKING YOU WILL GET A SINGLE ANSWER?

YOU NEVER WILL, COZ THEY ARE ALL TOP OF THE LINE ESC'S. THEY WILL ALL BE ABLE TO TAKE YOU TO THE TOP OF THE PODIUM SO LONG AS YOU CAN DRIVE.


LOOK AT EACH COMPANIES TOP OF THE LINE ESC AND GET THAT.

EITHER LRP, NOVAK, KO, MRT, TEKIN ETC ETC ETC

GET IT!!!!
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You might consider if you get a brushed/brushless controller it will have future compatibility.
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KO PROPO VFS-1 all the way.
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Originally Posted by Rasmus TbEvo IV
hey guys wich esc do you guys think i should buy i will not buy the robitronic icube ore the tekkin but wich other esc is the best and why

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Novak GTX, small, easy to use, dependable and will run anything you have. I have had two Novak GT7's and now two Novak GTX's. I have never had a problem with any of them - they are bullet proof, IMHO
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Originally Posted by XingXing
SO YOU THINK IF YOU KEEP ON ASKING YOU WILL GET A SINGLE ANSWER?

YOU NEVER WILL, COZ THEY ARE ALL TOP OF THE LINE ESC'S. THEY WILL ALL BE ABLE TO TAKE YOU TO THE TOP OF THE PODIUM SO LONG AS YOU CAN DRIVE.


LOOK AT EACH COMPANIES TOP OF THE LINE ESC AND GET THAT.

EITHER LRP, NOVAK, KO, MRT, TEKIN ETC ETC ETC

GET IT!!!!

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All of the top level speed controls are good. I think you should pick one with a color that you like. Maybe something in Tamiya blue. Seriously, if you're on here asking for opinions (from people you don't know) about what speed control to buy, you probably won't notice the difference between them anyway. Point being that all of them are capable of winning. Buy one that can offer good customer support in your area and is easy to set up. Twister is great if you have the control or lap top cable. If not, you're stuck running mod or dealing with a sluggish stock car. The GTX, Tekin, and QC2 are all great and easy to set. They are all top level speedos for a reason. The biggest factor with any of them is the driver at the control.
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hey i know i have started alot of threads but first of all i cant figure out how to find the right threads and second i dnt know how to delete threads that i have started
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I got an LRP QC2 almost new for sale for $85 shipped. Let me know.
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You know, there are a lot of assholes here. So what if he asks a bunch of the same questions. You can simply say , "Go to the search page and type in the question you have." And I think I only read one or two posts where someone actually explained why they said a particular esc was good. What help is: LRP, or Novak?

For those that need a little help, here is a sample answer:

I would say one of the best choices for esc's is the Hara Twister 2.1. You can go very indepth with programming it, if you spend a little extra money to get the programmer. It has a small footprint, and comes with a capacitor and a 20 dollar diode. You can also buy an optional heat sink for it.

was that hard?

Honestly, I've probobly read about 20 threads where someone bashes Rasmus. Im sure that there is someone that we can say about you that bugs us here, but we choose not to say it.
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Rasmus,
the new MRT MX PRO is the speedo if you want all the features you are looking for.
The mrt comes with 6 different driving profiles and 6 different braking settings. They will give you everthing you are looking for, so there is no need for an extra programmer.
It is also a very small speedo and on top of it it is 100% waterproof.

I use one and have no problem at all with it.
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Originally Posted by Rasmus TbEvo IV
hey i know i have started alot of threads but first of all i cant figure out how to find the right threads and second i dnt know how to delete threads that i have started
Just bustin' on ya. My point was that most people will always say that their speedo is the best because that's the one they paid good money for. We don't need any more "which is best" threads. If you read the Tekin thread, you will see the biased opinions for and against the G11. Not everyone is happy with it. Same goes for the GTX, QC2 and VFS-1. All are great speed controls with very little difference in performance. Some questions are better answered by your local fast guys. Why did they buy brand X? How easy is it to set up? How is the customer support?

If all you really want is someone to say "buy this one" then get the VFS-1 Pro Comp (Twister 2.1). It offers endless adjustability to fine tune for any track. Make sure you buy the programmer.
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