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Old 03-12-2004, 01:40 PM   #1
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Cool Is This A Good ESC?

What do you guys think about a Tekin G-12cIII? Thanks for any replies!
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Old 03-12-2004, 02:25 PM   #2
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I wish I bought a Tekin a few years ago, I know some people who are still using them so those speedos are very reliable, they still have pretty good performances compared to the actual competition, so I think you don't take so much risks buying one.
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Idk about that, sounds good and from the other guy sayed, must be. I also hav a question for u guys, is a Novak Cycle a good esc? Thinkin of buyin one from my friend.
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They have the cyclone 2 now. If he had the programer I'd be worth it.
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Remember what the saying says............YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR........Tekin is no longer in business, so if you have a problem, youl'l have noone to turn to. Depends on the price. You can check your local hobby store and see if they have a pre-owned or new that is on your ballpark price. just my 2 cents............
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Back in the day I used Tekin G-10 and C3 and they worked great and should still work good today btu compared to speedos like the C2 and newer GT-7 they don't have the programming functions and not as smooth for throttle or brakes either.
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I just sold my tekin g12cIII esc on ebay for $75. Worked great in my 4cell oval pancar. I only sold it because I picked up another esc with a car deal at the track. When did they last make this esc?
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