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Old 01-25-2003, 01:23 AM   #1
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I'm sure there is some info on this forum about this ESC, but I didn't wanna sift through all the search results. So what does everyone know about this LRP IPC SR? Is it all that they are trying to cut it out to be? Ultimate stock racing ESC? Hmmm.

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Old 01-26-2003, 11:33 AM   #2
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Hey Leon

Some time ago I tried the LRP SR speedo - the only problem I found was that it had too much punch and only giving me four minutes of runtime (using the 65A Current Limiter and a 21turn stock motor)

After that I used the LRP 7.1 which gave me much more runtime and the car was much easier to drive - hope this helps
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It was causing you to dump? But what type of battery were you running on the 21 turn?
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I still use it!!! And what I like about it is he Punch it gives, specially doing start up!! It has sort of a launch control during start ups which really comes in handy.

It was really designed/developed for Stock Racing hence "SR", it has a no motor limit and it indistructable!!! amongst the other esc's made by LRP, including the v7.1!

I trued using it in mod with also the same results, if you are droping your packs early you could use a lower current limiter, in my case i don't use any, seems to be better that way.

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Believe it or not, limitng the current can actually decrease runtme!!

We have a small oval in our garage which we run BRP cars, when someone who is inexperienced comes over to play we limit the curent n their car to help makethe car more controllable (carpet laid directly on cold concrete= low traction) and the caer consistanty dumps quicker, no matter which battery pack we put in the car.....
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punchy and good for stock.
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