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Old 03-27-2012, 12:01 PM   #22381
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Not anymore no. TP used to be throttle profile, but at some stage it got changed to Timing Profile so you could change the timing profile without using a hotwire. It does however mean that now you need to use a hotwire to change the throttle profile.
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Old 03-27-2012, 05:39 PM   #22382
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Hey quick question does the rs pro make you faster then the rs because it has have the resistance or is that just baloney?
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Old 03-27-2012, 05:45 PM   #22383
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no,its for 1/10 4wd and low turn motors
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:05 PM   #22384
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Hey quick question does the rs pro make you faster then the rs because it has have the resistance or is that just baloney?
Just boloney!!!
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:11 PM   #22385
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I have what seems might be a crazy question. Is the for sale forum or the hobby shops the only place to pick up a tekin rs or pro? Is there no way to say buy one that has been sent back to the warranty dept that the owner say does not want anymore. Not like scratch and dent but more so factory refurbished esc? Looking for one of these for my F1. I have a SP PRO 2.0 but I think it may either be to big or to heavy.
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:34 PM   #22386
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no,its for 1/10 4wd and low turn motors
So i should get the rs pro since i run 1/10 touring car
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:50 PM   #22387
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So i should get the rs pro since i run 1/10 touring car
The lower resistance really does not make you any faster but it helps the ESC stay cool under high current conditions. If your running a touring car I would get the RS Pro. Most on road people like a lot of boost and that will create additional heat, especially with a low turn motor.
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:54 PM   #22388
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Anyone running minimum throttle below the default of 3? I have mine set to 1 and it makes the throttle feel very smooth. It seems to be helping me, but I run on a fairly slippery track.
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The lower resistance really does not make you any faster but it helps the ESC stay cool under high current conditions. If your running a touring car I would get the RS Pro. Most on road people like a lot of boost and that will create additional heat, especially with a low turn motor.
I would just use it for 17.5 blinky
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I would just use it for 17.5 blinky
Then the regular RS should be fine.
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Then the regular RS should be fine.
I run the RS on my 17.5 T3 and after 6 min I am at 2 lights. Maybe 3 if I have been running it too hard.
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I have what seems might be a crazy question. Is the for sale forum or the hobby shops the only place to pick up a tekin rs or pro? Is there no way to say buy one that has been sent back to the warranty dept that the owner say does not want anymore. Not like scratch and dent but more so factory refurbished esc? Looking for one of these for my F1. I have a SP PRO 2.0 but I think it may either be to big or to heavy.
Answered in posts # 22372,22373, & 22374.
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I would just use it for 17.5 blinky
If anyone told me they're faster becase they have a rs pro instead of a rs i'd just say im more agile because my rs is smaller and lighter then a rs pro
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Answered in posts # 22372,22373, & 22374.
Talked about "in posts # 22372,22373, & 22374." never verified. but i've never herd of such thing either
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Why is there a sudden influx of Tekins in the for-sale thread? Are we going to see the "rsx" soon?
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