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Old 10-05-2005, 03:11 PM   #1366
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The original Twister is the VFS-2000 w/purple case
Twister 2 is the VFS-1 w/purple case
Twister 2.1 is the newer VFS1 pro competition w/carbon case

I've used all three...and now running 2.1's in my cars...

and my name is Ramon too...
the second Ramon is right. the first Ramon is wrong.

the Ramones?
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Old 10-05-2005, 03:12 PM   #1367
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Cool name bud !

Thanks for the relief
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Im thinking about buying a VFS-1 esc but dont know which one to buy... theres the PRO version and then theres the PRO Competition version.. which is better and why?
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Nevermind guys I found out.. Im going to go with the pro comp.
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Old 10-05-2005, 11:51 PM   #1370
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it may have been asked in the past but i was wondering what can i do with my ko vfs1 masami edition?

can i send it to ko and have it upgraded to ver2.1 ?
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Old 10-05-2005, 11:53 PM   #1371
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it may have been asked in the past but i was wondering what can i do with my ko vfs1 masami edition?

can i send it to ko and have it upgraded to ver2.1 ?
pare kumusta na?

yes.. you can send it to Ko Propo. but it won't exactly be an upgrade. Robert can disable the temp cutoff for you. Email him for exact details and warranty rules. It is best that you send it in and have him do it.
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Old 10-06-2005, 12:00 AM   #1372
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mabuti naman!! still at vegas chillin!! had a rough tine cause it was my first time to run on carpet and its hella different!! i learned heaps!! thanks for the info!!!

do they sell carbon fiber cases?
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Old 10-06-2005, 12:06 PM   #1373
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Whats your guys opinion that you should give me... Is it worth buying the competition or save the extra money and just buy the pro?
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Old 10-06-2005, 12:35 PM   #1374
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Maybe it depends if youīre racing stock or modified. As the biggest difference is just a higher temp cutoff I think this isnīt needed in stock.
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I only race stock and 19t..
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Old 10-06-2005, 01:43 PM   #1376
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I only race stock and 19t..
does it get hot where you race? track temps can also trigger the temp cutoff. purchasing the Pro Competition will also give you the flexibility of experimenting with a mod motor. if you ever want to try it out. if it does get too hot where you race and you know it'll be awhile before you jump into mod. the Pro will suit you just fine.

if the possibility of running mod is in the near future and IT IS hot where you race.. the Pro Comp will be a better selection. hope that helps.
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Oh yea it gets really hot down here!!! I live in sunny central Florida.
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I live in tropical country. On last race my VFS-1 Competition cut off because of hot weather here and gearing fault. On the supplement manual, it says that the Competition doesn't have any cut-off feature. . After cooling down, the ESC run properly like normal. Conditions when it went to cut-off stage is the same when I still used the old VFS-1 PRO. Any suggestions for this??? .
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Hi guys, does anyone have a manual for a KO VFS 2000 they can scan and send me a copy, Also will the VFS1 setting card work on the VFS2000 speedy
My email is [email protected]
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I live in tropical country. On last race my VFS-1 Competition cut off because of hot weather here and gearing fault. On the supplement manual, it says that the Competition doesn't have any cut-off feature. . After cooling down, the ESC run properly like normal. Conditions when it went to cut-off stage is the same when I still used the old VFS-1 PRO. Any suggestions for this??? .
From what I have heard until today the Competition still have a temp cutoff but itīs higher than the Pro version. It is possible removing the cutoff completetly at least KO can this do for you. But I think then you could burn your VFS-1 when the termal load is too high.
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