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Old 10-12-2010, 09:20 PM   #1
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Just wondering if I can use this with a silver can motor or not.
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Old 10-12-2010, 09:25 PM   #2
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i dont see why not,how many winds are the silver can

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I'll let you try one out if you really want Tim. It;s a great ESC for any brushed motor. It is overkill for what you want but yes, it will work great. Go to the Tekin site and look at all the spec's and then compare it to any of the other ESC's out there.

Having the hotwire behind it just makes it that much easier to use and set up.

This is a very popular ESC amongst the crawler sect because of the ease of set up, small size, and incredible drag brake.
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I just found a sweet deal on one, and thought it would be good in my mini. As you know I've been looking for something other than the TEU101BK.
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If you don't take it, let me know where it is. I need 5 more of them but 4 of them need to be bought in pairs. That 5th one is good for anywhich way I can get it.
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I bought an FXR a while ago to use with a 27t motor. Took me about five minutes to set up, another ten to tweak it to how I like it, and I haven't made a change since.

I haven't even looked at another speedo since. It's a great bit of kit and it's won me a few races.
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Got my FXR in the mail today. It's totally sweet. It's probably all in my head, but it seems faster just spinning the wheels on my work bench. Can't wait to try it.

The Cook, what settings did you use that worked so well for you?

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