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Old 09-15-2005, 03:51 PM   #1
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Hi guys I just need some suggestion which is better speed control:

Novak GTX or LRP Quantum Competition ESC 1. I'm looking for something in the summer to run the lowest turn like 7. Since the outdoor is going to be open to Nitro and electric and alcohol so I need a speed control which can handle lower turn for motor. Any suggestion which is better?

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There is a good post on this page about this topic, go to the Tekin vs Novak thread title
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NOVAK !!!! enough said ..
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I have been using a Novak GTX for around 10 months, and I could not ask for anything more, not to mention the customer service is outstanding.
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I dumped LRP and went to the new Novak Brushless system. If I was staying with brushed I would have gone to a GTX. Much better feel with throttle control than the LRP.
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i would say the Novak GTX, great esc, easy programming, looks good etc.
itz really up to you what you want....overall both esc are good enough to run mod itz just the matter of how well you race.
Speed controller is a factor but when it comes to racing the main factor is 'how well you race'
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You cannot go wrong with orange! The GTX is a great unit. Get that and be done with your ESC worries.
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ill let you kow how my Tekin G10plus runs for me in a week or two
ive ran Tekin way back in the day and loved them...then went to a Novak GT7 for over a year so ill let you know how the 2 compare

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