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Old 12-25-2008, 04:11 PM   #16
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The Trinity Duo is sensored and do have cable as well as the Hacker is sensored with cable. So does that mean they will both work with the Havoc Sport.

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my .02 cents on havok , i run a 13.5 w/ gtb ss in my truck and a 13.5 w/ xbr in my buggy , i can not tell any difference between the two , ok maybe i suck , naaa , just a mid pack kinda guy out ta have fun club racing , im getting the havok system because of the throtle expo setting that my spektrum radio doesnt have and there cheap , ray
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Old 12-27-2008, 05:13 PM   #18
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We took out my Trinity Duo with the new Havoc Sport.
My 13 year old forgot the sensor cable hook up when he tried to program the Havoc. So I think it tried to run as a brushed motor and shorted the Tinity Brushless motor out.
Can someone confirm this. The ESC works fine after mistake.

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