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Old 09-07-2010, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by JayL
that link says:

1. the stock spec is better for stock than a V1


2. it says the v2 has different hardware than the stock spec


it says nothing about the supposed stock spec v2 being better for stock or having more boost etc..................
That's all I can gather from the information as well
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Old 09-07-2010, 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by JayBee
That's all I can gather from the information as well
When do you test your 12th scale with the SXX v2? I'm curious how it works in 12th with the SS X12.
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Originally Posted by JayL
the v2 HAS all the settings the stock spec has.......boost and feel
not sure why you think it is for mod
Quoted from LRP forum, in regard to the SXX Version 2
Not V1
For 1/12 10,5T I would highly recommend using a SXX Stock Spec. This will give you the power that you need and is way better suited then a normal SXX.
I too am curious how the SXX v2 compares to the SXXSS.
But it seems pretty clear, at least to the way I read it, that the Stock Spec is still superior to the SXXv2 for Stock Spec racing.
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Old 09-07-2010, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Owen RaCing
When do you test your 12th scale with the SXX v2? I'm curious how it works in 12th with the SS X12.
Tomorrow night. At Hangar30, the indoor carpet track in the winter in our area in Seattle, our season starts. We run every OTHER Wednesday; so 2X a month. Not a whole lot of track time, but these are the cards that we're dealt. I will try to log as much info as I can. I quit racing after the 2008 IIC, so I'm unfamiliar with anything before the LRP SXX V.2. The last LRP I had was the Competition TC Spec, lol.
And according to the instructions of this SXX v.2, when running value #0 (for mode 3, no "BOOST"), my only adjustments are MODE.2 ("FEEL") & MODE.4 (Autobrakes).
I promise to find out what I can....
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Old 09-08-2010, 12:15 AM
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Hi,

Posted this in a few places but had no reply

Just got a SXX V2 and a X12 (13.5t) to try. I'm looking for some fdr's for an outdoor track with a 45m straight and the rest is open and fast flowing apart from a chicane and a indoor carpet with a straight about 2/3 of the outdoor one but the rest is tight and technical.

In the X12 instructions it recommends starting at 6.0 also the motor came with the oooo insert but says use the standard to start with. So what should I use oooo or oo ?

It also says don't use profile 7 or 8, I presume that also means don't use 9 or 10 ?

What are safe Boost settings to use witha X12 13.5t ?

Does Feel make any difference to motor heat and top speed ?

Thanks.
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Old 09-08-2010, 02:26 AM
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The new SXX TC spec version 2 did not work very well for me using a 17.5. Ran it for about 5 laps, was noticeably slower (with factory settings) than my SXX Stock spec version 1 (also with factory settings), using a X-12 17.5 with 0 timing.
Put the SXX SS back in the car, will wait for the version 2 of the SS.


LRP SXX TC spec version 2 for sale ...............$190.00 plus shipping
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Old 09-08-2010, 04:39 AM
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cool new charger, what is the price in the market now?
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Mike: I have a tekin and a r/c dynamics booster, it rocks!, for 1/12 works perfect


redbull:

"For 1/12 10,5T I would highly recommend using a SXX Stock Spec. This will give you the power that you need and is way better suited then a normal SXX. "

I read that to say that the sxxss is better than the v1 tc spec for stock not the v2
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My original tc spec fried so ae just sent me a new v2 tc spec,I used to run 4wd mod in offroad and now I'm running stock truck,I know people say the stock sxx is the speedo I need but since I had that old tc spec this new one should be light years faster now with the boost correct?anything I should know or do with this new speedo for set ups?I know this is onroad but you guys seem to know alittle more about this esc
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About the ESC's in this thread:

LRP SXX Competition Version 2 Brushless ESC (manual)
LRP SXX TC spec Version 2 Brushless ESC (manual)

I bought my SXX Version 2 a few weeks ago and noticed there is a supplementary manual included in the box, which is not present on the ESC's web pages, as of now. So, for those looking for additional info and those who like to store their manuals digitally, like me, I've scanned the supplementary manual and uploaded it:

LRP SXX Version 2 supplementary manual

Most importantly it includes guidelines concerning cut-off voltage/feel/boost/drag-brake settings for the various classes.

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Old 09-22-2010, 08:31 PM
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Can anyone tell me the length of the sensor wire that comes with these ESC's? In particular the SXX Competition V2.

Many thanks
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Old 09-27-2010, 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by occ
Can anyone tell me the length of the sensor wire that comes with these ESC's? In particular the SXX Competition V2.

Many thanks
200mm
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Old 09-27-2010, 11:36 PM
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I have first version of tc spec reg, it is possible to update it to V2 and add boost option?
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Default LRP SXX Version 2 - LRP Model LRP80905

Sean C, LRP,

Any insight as to when we would be able to upgrade our new Version 2 ESC's with newer profiles via the LRP Website???

There has been speculation of potential upgrades already taken place on the Version 2 SXX Esc's.

Could you comment or clarify ????........... any information would be appreciated ............. Thanks
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To do the updates, you'll need the optional USB-Bridge (#81800). If all goes as planned, this device will be available by late November. By the same time we'll then have a small update available online.
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