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Old 02-12-2002, 05:23 PM   #106
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Modena AL: i have a V zero extreme and a yokomo GMV12XC, i haven't try the GM yet, but i can tell you that the Keyence is very good. lots of features and very easy to use. i have it on my 414M and the GM is going into my brand new FTTC3... hehe
if you want, i'll let you know the result... but the yokomo version is different from the standard version.. i am not sure the exact difference, but i know its something about the Fets....
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Old 10-21-2002, 09:49 AM   #107
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Default LRP 7.1 for onroad touring

Hi,

I'm thinking of buying a LRP 7.1 instead of the quantum series because of the blowing up issues. But I also wanted to know if there's any disadvantage of using the 7.1 for on road touring? I notice most racers only use 7.1 on buggy and other jumping stuff.
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Old 10-21-2002, 09:51 AM   #108
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Default LRP 7.1 for onroad touring

Hi,

I'm thinking of buying a LRP 7.1 instead of the quantum series because of the blowing issues. But I also wanted to know if there's any disadvantage of using the 7.1 for on road touring? I notice most racers only use 7.1 on buggy and other jumping stuff.
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i finally bought a keyence vzero extreme ....

cool speedo
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Old 10-22-2002, 05:35 PM   #110
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I Agree, I personally run a Keyence right now and it feels very good (very punchy!) They have an updated version of the extreme, the 2002 version.

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