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Old 12-20-2005, 09:32 AM   #406
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Telling someone that works for TEKIN what the product name is about. Thats pretty funny. Im sure he knows what the name means. Im not sure what it stands for, I just know it works. Good enough for me.

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Yeap, my battery doctor is pretty awesome, it has defently helped the performance of my batteries. Plus other racers have liked the slim and simple design.
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Telling someone that works for TEKIN what the product name is about. Thats pretty funny. Im sure he knows what the name means. Im not sure what it stands for, I just know it works. Good enough for me.

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I wondered about that also,geez! this guy works for the damn company and doesn't know what the tray is about,LOL,But hey I couldn't tell you about everything that my company makes either so I wasn't surprised.
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Old 12-20-2005, 10:01 AM   #409
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No, I wasnt saying like that man. I was saying Im sure he KNOWS why it is called that. Scooter KNOWS what he is talking about.

David - I TOTALLY agree with you on that one as well. It REALLY has helped my packs performance with the cycling I do of them.

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Old 12-20-2005, 10:43 AM   #410
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No, I wasnt saying like that man. I was saying Im sure he KNOWS why it is called that. Scooter KNOWS what he is talking about.

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I'm sure Scooter is knowledgeable,but it clearly states on the instructions that the led's cutoff at .07 not .08,and the name 8.0 is for the eight cell capacity,not a .08 cutoff.
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Old 12-20-2005, 10:44 AM   #411
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Remember Scooter is Radiers fan......

So please go easy on him.... he has enough issues.....
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Old 12-20-2005, 11:16 AM   #412
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Hyper1 - I understand that. Was not trying to get anything going. I have oine and read the instructions. (I thought too many people never have)

An he admits to being a Raiders fan too. Thats the first step to recovery.

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It's all good Eddie,I wasn't trying to start anything either,Hey you need to get your site back up I had some friends at work ask me about it the other day, LOL!
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Old 12-20-2005, 01:44 PM   #414
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Yeah, Im not sure if it will go back up. had some complaints and some E-mails from all over about someissues they had with it and some other things I do not need to go into on here. I will try and see what I can do though.

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I'm thinking about getting a g11pro and have a few questions:

1. Does it get hot(ie. need extra cooling or have any issues with overheating? when running touring car mod motors (7turns)?

2. Has anyone run it with a Spektrum system? Will it work without the need to add a power cap on the receiver?

3. Any feedback about the speedie running in on road touring cars (mod)?

Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
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I'm thinking about getting a g11pro and have a few questions:

1. Does it get hot(ie. need extra cooling or have any issues with overheating? when running touring car mod motors (7turns)?

2. Has anyone run it with a Spektrum system? Will it work without the need to add a power cap on the receiver?

3. Any feedback about the speedie running in on road touring cars (mod)?

Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
1. I ran it using a 8x2 Cobalt for months and mine never got hot, This was both indoors and outdoors.

2. I use the G11 pro with a KO Helios and the Spektrum and do not use a cap and have not had any problems.

3. I run Touring cars and so far I like it alot
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I'm thinking about getting a g11pro and have a few questions:

1. Does it get hot(ie. need extra cooling or have any issues with overheating? when running touring car mod motors (7turns)?

2. Has anyone run it with a Spektrum system? Will it work without the need to add a power cap on the receiver?

3. Any feedback about the speedie running in on road touring cars (mod)?

Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
i will second the previous post -

i have only been running 19T with it, but i have absolutely loved it in my FK05. I run spektrum with a M8 and high end Airtronics servo and i haven't needed to use the power cap unlike my QC2
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i will second the previous post -

i have only been running 19T with it, but i have absolutely loved it in my FK05. I run spektrum with a M8 and high end Airtronics servo and i haven't needed to use the power cap unlike my QC2
I've also only run it with stock and 19t and it runs the motors so cool that I can gear up an extra tooth or two. With my spektrum/M11 and Futaba 9550 servo, I haven't had any issues requiring a cap either.
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