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Old 08-22-2010, 12:55 AM   #61
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Why not!

There's only this tekin/teamwave controller that support to run with brushed/brushless motor,
The price maybe to high, but both by allowing freedom motor type to choose, makes it applicable on many things.

Very good controller.
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Where are the answers? Oh there they are. You go girl

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Where are the answers? Oh there they are. You go girl
What? Just because your post was 100% wrong from top to bottom, doesn't mean you need to be upset.
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Look, everyone has an opinion. We have this same issue going on at our track(s). It seems to me that the Hobby wing makes your car go forward, so it's better than a more expensive esc that apparently does the exact same thing. Hey, if you Hobby wing guys are convinced of that, more power to you, and you are welcome at our race track any time (you are either way). I have run a Hobby wing and My RS back to back, and in a Mod class (9.5-5.5 turn) motors, they are comparable. In Stock class (17.5-13.5) they are not even close, the Tekin is a lot better. Now, here is the real question.. Does it make you faster or not.. The guy with the Hobby wing does really well, but he does say it seems to have less on the bottom, and has a need to spool up feeling. It's all in what you think works for you, but I have had 5 Tekin speedos for two years working flawlessly, and every three months or so with the software upgrade that is such a "PITA"--(sarcasm alert), I basically have a new speedo.
When your Hobby wing is two years old---it's gonna be outdated...
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thread closed. the op got his information. the rest is just bickering
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