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Old 06-03-2003, 09:55 PM   #1
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I am currently using the Quantum Competition, it works very well, but being that I am heading to the On-Road Nats, I would like a back up, or use the Quantum as the back up. Now, I read some things on the Keyence V-Zero Extreme, and it seems to be very nice. Does anyone have any input on if it is good, or any info you may have on it.
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Down here, the Keyence was popular mid last year, the GT7 Novak was popular start of this year then all the fast fashionistas are swearing by their new CS Electronics matchboxes now.


Supposedly the CS is easier/faster to program and the solderless connections are a good idea too (Corally tubes on the ESC).
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hmm, thanks, what is CS, I cant recall those letters
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CS Electronics, they make the Rocketmax speedy.
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=MisFitz= NuKe,

back to your original question. Yes the Keyence Speedo's are top notch. I also have a Quantum, but prefer the Keyence. Keyence's are easy enough to program, and it is all done right on the speedo, besides, what other speedo can tell ya the temp, or Greet you when you turn it on :> I tis a touch larger then the Quantum, but not by much. Support in the US is from Schumacher, and they are easy to deal with. I would buy another Keyence in a heartbeat.
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Thank you all for your info, I think I am going to go ahead and get the Keyence, I can get a great deal on it since I work at our local hobbyshop , but thanks all, very helpful group of people here.
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