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Old 02-09-2008, 09:26 AM   #31
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I haven't see it. Who is the distributor of Yokomo in Germany? If they have a booth I can look it tomorrow
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Old 02-09-2008, 09:26 AM   #32
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do anyone know wen this will be availble to buy?
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I haven't see it. Who is the distributor of Yokomo in Germany? If they have a booth I can look it tomorrow
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oh, wait. So ROAR isnt the main body for america? isnt BRCA british, and EFRA for europe? Im not sure how it is here, but i doubt they go under european rules, most races are ROAR, arent they? im not positive, but i read over the rule book thing, and i found almost no useful information, all it talked about was the dimensions of a car, and race setup.
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So if orion submit those cells in time they will be looked at and might get legal for ROAR events, or they might not.
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it is gm-racing.

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I don't see any buttons on it. Which means one of two things. Either they're on the front face...which would be cool. OR Ko Propo has produced another esc that requires a programming unit...which would NOT be cool.

At least if your going to require a programming unit, at least include it with the esc like speed passion does.
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i think you'll need a programming unit .
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That KO brushless looks smaller than some of the others but I it's hard to tell from the pictures. How does is compare to the Sphere or the SP GT in size?
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GM-Racing you mean Graupner. Ok will look their stand

As for KO esc size, it's smaller than LRP. Like Tekin's with a heatsink
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now im wondering, will Hara products make a brushless esc, based off this one? it would suck to buy the 2.2 and then they come out with the brushless like a month later, lol
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now im wondering, will Hara products make a brushless esc, based off this one? it would suck to buy the 2.2 and then they come out with the brushless like a month later, lol
Isn't it just Kopropo stuff with Hara's name n it just like many years ago Joel Johnsin motors from Trinity or Brian Kinwald products (made by Trinity)
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I don't see any buttons on it. Which means one of two things. Either they're on the front face...which would be cool. OR Ko Propo has produced another esc that requires a programming unit...which would NOT be cool.

At least if your going to require a programming unit, at least include it with the esc like speed passion does.
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Maybe the button is on the switch like the Novak unit?
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Isn't it just Kopropo stuff with Hara's name n it just like many years ago Joel Johnsin motors from Trinity or Brian Kinwald products (made by Trinity)

yep, basically, but they look cooler, thats all. Ko Propo is top of the line, and when it looks good, it just adds to it, lol. The button is usally on the switch, like the current models, but what does that do?
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