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Old 01-09-2005, 04:30 PM   #1
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hey guys need some help ive been out for 6 or so years i am running a old tekin g12c what is the thing now thats simple to use but is topnotch for oval only?
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The new novak gtx l
its light and easy to program also all novak elctronics come with great instuction


also the lrp quantum compition 2
little bit heavier than the gtx but just as good
this one is alsio more xpensive
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Get a used Novak GT7!or any of the others mentioned
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go GM SX12 or SX9 since they are both tiny and wight next to nothing (seriously th ewire that is attached weighs more)LOL.
Both these speed controls are top notch and have great programing for what ever your needs. Also if you have the GM Commander you can us it to program the ESC's. Also LRP's Quantum Comp 2 is my second choice. WHY becasue it is also tiny and weighs next to nothing. Just my two pennies,
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I've been using the GTX and have been very pleased with it, easy to setup, easy to change freqency.
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