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Old 03-06-2005, 10:42 PM   #1
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im lookin for an ESC that is good and low priced....since i have my brushless in my tc3..im thinking of getting a stock motor for my xxx bk, so im probably going to use the Trinity Monster Pro motor or something like that, and i want a good low priced esc. thanks in advance

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Old 03-06-2005, 10:57 PM   #2
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For the entry level esc's, the Novak XRS seems to be a decent deal. Check it out at http://www.teamnovak.com

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Old 03-06-2005, 11:32 PM   #3
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Quantum Pro Sport!!! Small and can handle up to 8turns!

I have two and have outlasted more expensive better performing ESC's
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If it's for racing, ensure you get one with 6 volt BEC, because a 5 volt BEC will slow down your steering servo by 25%.

Which ESC? It depends on where in the world you're located... But if Towerhobbies is an option, I'll bet you'll have a hard time, finding one with more value for money

This one is actually a rebadged Novak (Cyclone, if I remember correct): http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXAXU1&P=ML
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i think ill go with Corey posted up...80 bucks, and can handle up to 8 turn hot mod motors, so yep. only maybe though....i gotta buy my batts first...and we'll see what happens, thanks alot

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Is this the one? If so, it can "only" handle down to 15 turns motors.

http://www.teamnovak.com/products/esc/xrs/xrs.html
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actually i found the LRP IPC Pro Sport, and it has NO MOTOR LIMIT for only 90 $$$
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actually i found the LRP IPC Pro Sport, and it has NO MOTOR LIMIT for only 90 $$$
That's a nice speedo, I had the Super Sport. Nice punch for stock motors. However, it only deliever 5 volt for the steering servo

Have you checked the Novak Dually? Good quality, two profiles, one for stock and one for mod, and a very good BEC with 6 volt for the servo. No motor limit 95$ at Novak, shold be possible to find it even cheaper
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You could also take A look at GM racing's SX-6 (10 turns limit) or the SX-9 (8 turns limit).
They are very small, can handle fast motors and it's quite cheap.
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actually im just gonna get hte origninal IPC sport, i dont need a non motor limit...its just for sometimes if i wnat to run my buggy, thats all, yep 50 bucks sounds good for me on a ESC and a TRINITY MONSTER STOCK MOTOR PRO! woohoo
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