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Old 01-31-2009, 09:43 AM   #1
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Default Etronix Probe 12t super digital ESC...cheap but is it any good?

I've been looking for a new speed controller as my old one is getting old and overheating with my new powerful motor.

I searched the internet until i came across this, handles 12Ts great, and around 20. i thought its too good to be true, is it?

I've heared and noticed that it looks the same and probally is the same as the Dynamite 12t speedo.

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its just 19.39 at modelsport and 22.79 at apex models

TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE?
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With a motor limit of 12 turns and a small footprint, this electronic speed controller is ideally suited for all of todays state of the art compact car designs. Factory fitted with connectors and leads it is the perfect upgrade over many stock units.

Features

Fully proportional forward and reverse with braking delay
Simple push-button setup
Economical upgrade to handle high-powered modifieds
Prewired motor and battery leads, including connectors
Lightweight, compact size takes less chassis space
Input Voltage: 4.8-7.2volts (4-6cells)
Reverse disabled forward only mode
Motor limit - 12 turns
Dimensions 38.6mm x 26.2mm x 22.5mm

will this work with my 19t reedy challenger, because my A.I runner reverse LRP ESC, quoted it would handle 15t but it didnt work
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Old 01-31-2009, 12:47 PM   #3
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it should be fine. It's an OEM ESC and very popular in its various guises.
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