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Old 12-07-2008, 03:24 PM   #1
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hi guys, i am intrested in peoples opionions of the different brushless speedos people that have tried the different speedos what they have found..

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Old 12-07-2008, 03:52 PM   #2
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i prefer the tekin Rs

Small size
lots of adjustability easily adjusted
sensored, sensorless, brushed
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Old 12-07-2008, 08:18 PM   #3
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SpeedPassion LP GT/GT
Tekin RS/RS-Pro
LRP Sphere/Sphere TC

I like them all the same.
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I am using LRP Sphere TC Specs. Good and powerful. Did used Novak GTB before. The power cap exploded & car got fire till got Novak to reactified it.
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Ive been using the Quark speedy for over a year and very happy with its power and adjustability. I also like how it handles lipo and mod motors with out any problems
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Been using sphere comp on 10.5 and is very happy. Im picking up a Team Wave RB50 shortly so fingers cross its up to the task
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:28 AM   #8
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i prefer the tekin Rs

Small size
lots of adjustability easily adjusted
sensored, sensorless, brushed
plus software updates
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:56 AM   #9
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I have LRP TC and Tekin RS pro. For mod racing TC is far ahead of anything else, but for stock racing it's Tekin.
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I'm using this new Hybrid 200A sensored ESC. Ran a 3.5T and 2.5T sensored motor in a Rustler(for crazy load) and system pulls 145A at 7V cont. . Peaked at 185A 1215Watts.

It also runs in sensorless mode and ran a medusa 4800kv with it, hooked up to 6s1p A123 and pulled 1730W peak out of it.

This ESC goes where the RSPro burns up.
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I see no one is mentioning the GTB. How come?
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I see no one is mentioning the GTB. How come?
Maybe because it's not that good? I know ppl from my club that are not happy at all with GTB, lack of speed.
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the Tekin RS is a nice little controller for sedans and other 1/10th scale applications that use sensored or sensorless motors.

For pure sensorless operation I like the Mamba Max. It is very versatile in terms of of its use. It can work for sedans all the way up to 1/8th scale and it is cheap!
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