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Old 07-11-2011, 07:08 AM   #1126
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Gday All,

Been away for a while and was wondering if anybody is using this ESC for Stock Racing (no timing allowed)?

I am using the SPX in my Team Associated T4 with a 17.5 and was wondering if its legal to use in ROAR / AARCMCC race meets?

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Ben,

DOnt think original SPX has the blinky mode. They have a new SPX Zero ESC.
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Old 07-11-2011, 07:27 AM   #1127
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Gday All,

Been away for a while and was wondering if anybody is using this ESC for Stock Racing (no timing allowed)?

I am using the SPX in my Team Associated T4 with a 17.5 and was wondering if its legal to use in ROAR / AARCMCC race meets?

Ben
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LRP LRP80100 Ai Brushless Reverse N/A
LRP LRP80150 Ai Brushless Pro Reverse N/A
LRP LRP80400 SPX Brushless Super Reverse N/A
LRP LRP80410 Crawler ESC N/A
LRP LRP80500 Sphere Brushless ESC N/A
LRP LRP80705 SPX Zero Non – Updateable Zero timing when in profile 0 and Red LED is flashing
LRP LRP809050 LRP SXX “Version 2″ Competirion Brushless ESC N/A Must use zero timing and zero Advanced Profile signified by blinking blue LED when in neutral.
LRP LRP809055 LRP SXX : Must use zero timing and zero Advanced Profile signified by blinking blue LED when in neutral.
LRP LRP80910 SXX Stock Spec Brushless N/A Must use zero timing and zero Advanced Profile signified by blinking blue LED when in neutral.
LRP LRP80915 SXX Stock Spec V2 Desc: For Spec zero timing mode, both mode 2 (torque) and mode 3(timing) must be set to zero. Blue LED will blink in neutral
http://www.roarracing.com/?page_id=737
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Old 07-11-2011, 02:30 PM   #1128
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Exactly
But you will still have a few issues.
1: no blinky mode
2: if running boosted, the new esc are much faster.
Thats the problem with the SPX, its "supposedly" faster than non-boosted (I don't think by much) and not fast enough to run with the boosted. Its in its own "nether" world of RC. Can the SPX be sent to Associated to have the "blinky" mode put in?
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Old 07-11-2011, 03:44 PM   #1129
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Thats the problem with the SPX, its "supposedly" faster than non-boosted (I don't think by much) and not fast enough to run with the boosted. Its in its own "nether" world of RC. Can the SPX be sent to Associated to have the "blinky" mode put in?
You mean like a trade in program for an SXX right
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Old 08-16-2013, 02:44 PM   #1130
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The advice of what to wear control to zero.
It is important that the regulator be quick.
Formula 1 RCcar speed passion should be V3 21.5T engine.
Momentum going and the short twisty tracks.
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Old 08-19-2013, 06:32 PM   #1131
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Is it to okay to use it in a 2WD buggy with 9.5R motor?
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Wrong post.
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