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Old 01-27-2010, 10:00 AM   #46
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man i want one of those! i can put it in my.. hmmm erevo!.. that wouldnt work goood and thanks for the link bud!
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Old 01-27-2010, 11:33 AM   #47
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wow, i had those in my tamiya grasshopper n mantaray..! bullet proof, can even pour water on it to cool them down...
LOL, cleaning out the garage the other day, stumbled across a OLD tube of Tamiya Switch Lubricant...LOL
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I actually had to slow it down some, when is the last time you had to slow a car down to make it more drivable with any other esc.
in mod. I went from a 4.5 to a 5.0
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LOL, cleaning out the garage the other day, stumbled across a OLD tube of Tamiya Switch Lubricant...LOL
yeah I used to run that on my brushed motor, works better than any juice.
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The Tekin is a good speedie, I own one myself but the way people rave on about them in here makes me think they make love to them at night!!! Perhaps they may be the benchmark at the moment but I have no doubts the other companies will catch up!!! software updates and all.
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