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Old 05-28-2004, 03:02 AM   #76
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Let me guess, you used it in the wet?

I just bought one but first I am going to see whether it _really_ is waterproof....

Yep, you right. I used in a wet round and it blow up!!

So, donīt try it, because this QC2 .IS NOT waterproof.
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Old 05-28-2004, 03:14 AM   #77
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Yep, you right. I used in a wet round and it blow up!!

So, donīt try it, because this QC2 .IS NOT waterproof.
Why do you tnink I am gonna try and see if it swims before I am going to use it

Either I want it to blow up so it gets repaired by LRP or I want to know whether it really is waterproof.
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Old 05-28-2004, 03:20 AM   #78
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Why do you tnink I am gonna try and see if it swims before I am going to use it

Either I want it to blow up so it gets repaired by LRP or I want to know whether it really is waterproof.
Blow it up and you need to wait for 6 months to get a replacement.
Thats wat everyone is saying about LRP products.
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Blow it up and you need to wait for 6 months to get a replacement.
Thats wat everyone is saying about LRP products.
I know 2 friends of mine are waiting for their ESC to get repaired. I guess LRP got a bit flooded with blown ESCS.
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Well, if i were to change the topic, it would be ...
VFS2000 or Keyence V Zero Extreme '02.
Hands down on the competition.
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Old 05-28-2004, 03:56 AM   #81
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Hi,

I am both using a Gm v12 gx, and a QC 2.
When the track is realy twisty I use my QC2, but when it comes to old fashion speed nothing can beats the GM

I have tested the QC2 to see if it is really waterproof, and it was.
Maybe there has been a bad batch of ESC by LRP.
If so e-mail the company, and ask them how it can be your QC2 is not fully waterproof.
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Old 05-28-2004, 04:13 AM   #82
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There is indeed a bad batch of QC'2, they are producing a new revision now which should be waterproof. (but hey, they claimed that before).

I asked them and I got no reply....
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Oh thats strange.

I live in the Netherlands, and I'm working in a hobbyshop that is specialissed in RC cars.

The experience I have with LRP are all very good.

Maybe you can send back your QC2 to let LRP take a look at it, so you can get is fixed for FREE, or even better get a new one for FREE.
They claim that it is water and shockproof, and if it is not they should not let there customers pay for their mistakes.
They have to pay for it if they have made a mistake, not you!
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Old 05-28-2004, 06:25 AM   #84
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Hi,

I am both using a Gm v12 gx, and a QC 2.
When the track is realy twisty I use my QC2, but when it comes to old fashion speed nothing can beats the GM

I have tested the QC2 to see if it is really waterproof, and it was.
Maybe there has been a bad batch of ESC by LRP.
If so e-mail the company, and ask them how it can be your QC2 is not fully waterproof.
In April I send an e-mail to Mr. Lautenbach from LRP with no answer. After bought a QC2 ESC that burned at second race and got no answer from LRP owner, the image I got from LRP is very low.

When I send it back to the shop where I bought the ESC, they warning me that I wil have to pay the repair parts.
I do not see what parts could be repaired in a ESC with epoxy resin cover all the electronic......
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Old 05-28-2004, 07:56 PM   #85
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It is a good thing for we people in Malaysia would just take our blown LRP esc to our local dealer and get brand new esc for free.....if the esc is bought from them. I'm impressed that these people recognise their customer who bought the esc from them. No need to show proof of purchase.
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Well, if i were to change the topic, it would be ...
VFS2000 or Keyence V Zero Extreme '02.
Hands down on the competition.
planning to try the keyence now,... although the KO has proven to be really smooth and efficient.

I borrowed my friend's GT7 and QC2 last week,... nothing so special about the two,... they look prettier though,... (the QC2 is small enough to vanish under the hot Balinese sun, hehehehhh...) I dunno about the other's opinion about batt-usage, but I think GT7 and QC2 eats my batts faster than my KO VFS,... well, maybe I set them wrong (considering how stupid I am w/ electric stuff )
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Hi,

I am both using a Gm v12 gx, and a QC 2.
When the track is realy twisty I use my QC2, but when it comes to old fashion speed nothing can beats the GM

Got da GM V12XC.....trying to figure out the programming function wanna disable da brakes at neutral.....still trying....
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Got da GM V12XC.....trying to figure out the programming function wanna disable da brakes at neutral.....still trying....
Post this question on the GM site forum. Ralf Helbing (the designer of the thing) will give you a good explanation on how to do it.
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just got my Zero V Extreme and reading the set-up, i got my hands FULL. this is my 1st esc that i have to set-up and i'm in DEEP POOP; i'm gonna need some help on this one. i'm using the M-8 and talking to a buddy i know, this isn't a breeze
so ANY & ALL HELP IS APPRECIATED.
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Post this question on the GM site forum. Ralf Helbing (the designer of the thing) will give you a good explanation on how to do it.
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