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Old 11-11-2008, 11:41 AM   #16
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Wow! That's $95 less than Tower is selling them for!

I have no need for a brushed ESC right now and I'm sitting here trying to talk myself into buying one just 'cause it's such a smokin' deal.
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Old 11-11-2008, 12:59 PM   #17
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I use a G11 in my 1/12th scaler all the time, It works great. I dont think you can go wrong with novak either. The only thing with the G11 is the exposed components on the bottom. A small metal part could potentially get in there and short something out.

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Old 11-11-2008, 01:09 PM   #18
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Gotta go with the Tekin G-11 Pro. It's durability, performance, and ease of use are second to none. (except the Tekin FX pro!!)
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Gotta go with the Tekin G-11 Pro. It's durability, performance, and ease of use are second to none. (except the Tekin FX pro!!)
Could you explain your self a bit more on the Tekin Fx?? im very interested in buying one..

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Old 11-11-2008, 01:19 PM   #20
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I use a G11 in my 1/12th scaler all the time, It works great. I dont think you can go wrong with novak either. The only thing with the G11 is the exposed components on the bottom. A small metal part could potentially get in there and short something out.

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The bottom has cut outs so the FETs can get cooling air. In the 10 years I've used my G10 (pre-G11) I have never had a more reliable ESC. Up until I switched to Lipo/BL for TA I was using the G10. Only once did I reverse polarity and all that happened was the solder fuse blew, it only took a new drop of solder and a hot iron to fix unlike repairing an orange box.
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Yeah, no prob...

The Tekin FX Pro is the newest flagship brushed speedo from Tekin.
In my opinion, it represents the top of the food chain for brushed speedos (assuming brushless is the future).
You can check it out on thier website: teamtekin.com
Some of the FX Pro's features that stick out to me are: It has the lowest resistance (punch, power), highest quality construction (heavy copper boards, gold plated posts, more fets), smallest footprint (mounts anywhere), easiest programming/set up (no headaches, highly dialed!).
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Yeah, no prob...

The Tekin FX Pro is the newest flagship brushed speedo from Tekin.
In my opinion, it represents the top of the food chain for brushed speedos (assuming brushless is the future).
You can check it out on thier website: teamtekin.com
Some of the FX Pro's features that stick out to me are: It has the lowest resistance (punch, power), highest quality construction (heavy copper boards, gold plated posts, more fets), smallest footprint (mounts anywhere), easiest programming/set up (no headaches, highly dialed!).
Thanks alot!!

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Would I be able to use the G11 Pro on my ZX-5 SP using 2s lipo?
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