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Old 09-27-2004, 07:56 PM   #1
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hey i have a quantum 2 esc and have no instruction manual i run a 19t motor on a tight carpet track i was wondering if anyone could give me a basic set up for it thanks in advance
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have tried lookin at thier website ... for the manual ...??


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hey i have a quantum 2 esc and have no instruction manual i run a 19t motor on a tight carpet track i was wondering if anyone could give me a basic set up for it thanks in advance
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all ya need to do is ask and i'll give them too you if you need help setting it up let me know
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HEy guys,

cool thread... jsut got my hand on a QC2 and I indeed have some questions... I went through the instructions, but where's that "intelligent brake" mode that I heard about? I'm not talking about that usual drag brake (some brakes at neutral), but rather the mode that applies brakes when you lift off the throttle (without necessarily going to neutral)...

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HEy guys,

cool thread... jsut got my hand on a QC2 and I indeed have some questions... I went through the instructions, but where's that "intelligent brake" mode that I heard about? I'm not talking about that usual drag brake (some brakes at neutral), but rather the mode that applies brakes when you lift off the throttle (without necessarily going to neutral)...

Thanks!
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errr... anybody?

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