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A question about TT-01 stock ESC


Old 03-18-2008, 01:42 PM
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Hi, I have a question regarding the stock ESC on TT-01s.

When I brake, the wheels doesn't lockup even if I push it to the end. I wonder if this is the thing for all ESC or just because it doens't have the feature.

I would like to do rally racing and sometime I need to lock the wheels to start the drifting. I don't want to invest 100 bucks or so just to experiment with other ESCs.

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Old 03-18-2008, 02:15 PM
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You can ask this question in the TT-01 Forum but I want to believe you can change the setting on the stock esc. I do not remember if you can lock out reverse or not and that would give you what i think your looking for. I spent less than 50 bucks to get an used LRP 7turn esc since I wanted to race my TT-01.
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Old 03-18-2008, 02:26 PM
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The brakes work well on teh std esc.
The faster you go the better the brakes.
You would get better performance and brakes from a higher spec esc and wouldnt have to spend $100.
Just look at the lowest motor limit for the $$ you prepared to spend and go for it.
The std esc will suffice though especially on dirt.
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