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Old 06-11-2006, 12:44 PM   #1
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has anybody got one of these speedos?
are they any good... opinions please
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i purchased one of these a while ago . ive yet to get the software and cable. i think there a very fast smooth speedo with the addd bonus of a lipo setting. plus there very small. only thing i dont like is that u cant change the drive frequency
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hey maky cheers... what do you mean by drive frequency? punch?
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lower drive frequency gives u bit more punch, drains few more amps. high one smoother to drive. my keyence was good for this.
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I ran a couple of them for a little while, it's a good ESC, never had any problems with them.
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I think the iCube is very good.

I replaced my Quantum 2 with an iCube and found out that the iCube is smoother at its settings for strongest punch and it runs much cooler, possibly because the heatsink is directly connected to the internal components of the ESC.

I have not connected it yet with my PC, but overall it I am very satisfied.

It is not waterproof though. I think only the MRT ESCs are truly waterproof..
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thanks alot guys, i think ill give it ago then... ill let you no what the pc feature is like soon aswel...
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