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Old 12-02-2003, 03:33 PM   #1
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so after a few years, im getting back into the rc stuff.. im purchasing a xray evo2 and was curious what esc should i get.
ive been looking at the keyence v extreme or the novak cyclone. which is a better esc? thanks in advance.
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the cyclone is older than the keyence and the keyence is smaller than the cyclone. they both are really good and reliable ESCs!
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I have both the keyence and two cyclone's they are great i don,t have one complaint about features they are both outstanding .The down side to the cyclone is you need a pit wizard or a milleniun charger to program it ,the keyence is a little hard to set up at first but after you do it a couple of times it's no big deal but the case is kind of weak got cliped a couple of time and the case craked but it was replaced free only had to pay shipping.
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