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Old 01-06-2003, 07:56 PM   #1
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Default Anyone using the Mtronicks m cubic esc

Hey all any one out there using this esc?

I have one but am finding it not quite as punchy as my Novak tc2

Just wondering if any one has found a better set up for punch on it im sure its set to like level 7 or 8.

Im running a peak spit fire motor.

Any ideas will help thanks

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Ryan,

I'm using the cubic in my 1/12 scale car. I'm pretty happy with it overall, especially the nice linear feel. I too wonder if it might have a slight lack of punch though...

I'm thinking of trying a Novak GT7 sometime soon for comparison. If I do I'll post any differences I can notice.

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keep in mind that Mtroniks offers a higher performing esc. The RZ is a variable frequency unit that automatically switches from a low frequency to high frequency as the motor demands.
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I also use the M3 ESC. I've found that with the big cap the ESC feels very linear and almost like it lacks punch but not power. I put the smaller cap on it and it feels more like the other speed controls. I also noticed that the punch adjustment really makes a difference. I have the punch adjusted to 5 flashes and it seems punchy enough for me.

A comment on its durability, I've used the ESC in mod touring with an 11 turn and it seemed to keep up OK.
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Kool man thanks for that i might try it with the smaller cap and adjust the puch settings

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