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Old 04-21-2008, 10:28 AM   #1
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Sneak peak guys

Ran the speedo for the first time last night. The RS performed amazing. The throttle response felt great, throttle was linear but can be adjusted. Played around alot with timing and gearing. Ran great all night. And look at the size, no speedo is close to that.

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Old 04-21-2008, 10:39 AM   #3
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so will us mortals see this for sale before the end of the year?
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Yes!
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LOL!!! Got some kind of release date?
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Can I trade my R1Pro in for and RS?
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Sneak peak guys

Ran the speedo for the first time last night. The RS performed amazing. The throttle response felt great, throttle was linear but can be adjusted. Played around alot with timing and gearing. Ran great all night. And look at the size, no speedo is close to that.

Another great product from Tekin
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Old 04-21-2008, 10:54 AM   #8
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I ran a 10.5 and a 13.5 thru it. Ill be testing a 3.5 and 4.5 this weekend. Speedo ran cool all night. Only 2 to 3 bars. Ill find out about a aprox release date. Trust me guys the speedo is gunna be worth the wait.
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Cuffs car was fast with the speedo.
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When goes on sale, motors (sensored) and Esc?
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Cuffs said it might do wheelies, too! Defintely buying one if it does that.
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I am so glad Tekin came to their senses....
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How exciting, another $200 sensored ESC.
Of course, I'm assuming that $200 figure. Surprise me, Tekin, I dare you ;>
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Old 04-22-2008, 12:17 PM   #14
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Yes the RSpro will sell for $200 plus. It has a massive pile of 48 fets compared to 24 in most controllers that have a heat sink and need a fan. Small and that much raw power handling does not come cheap.

Most spend hundreds on tires, batteries, bodies, entry fees, travel, etc... Why bargain shop on the most important part of the system and something that will likely outlast the car it is in? Power is nothing without control, feel, adjustability and durability.

The 24 fet RS will sell for less and handles most applications to a 5 turn motor. We have something for everyone at very competitive prices even though our products are more expensive to build, Period.

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Old 04-22-2008, 12:39 PM   #15
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If you only run 10.5 or slower is there any need to get a "pro" version? Will a pro version make me faster in those classes vs a stock version?
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