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Old 01-04-2011, 09:47 PM   #136
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mini-dub, i sent you an email.....did you receive it?

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Will these need a separate voltage booster or RX pack for 1 cell operation?
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Any word on pricing for the esc?
We haven't settled on exact pricing yet, but I can give estimated ranges. The Vtrax10 will be between $145-160, the Vtrax10R will be between $185-200, and the Vtrax1 will be between $190-210. Remember all esc's include a ProGauge 5in1 electronic programming tool

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Will these need a separate voltage booster or RX pack for 1 cell operation?
The Vtrax1 is designed for 1-2s voltage and will have a booster BEC circuit, no RX pack necessary! The BEC will operate between 5-7v. Thanks!
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Old 01-05-2011, 06:31 PM   #141
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The Vtrax1 is designed for 1-2s voltage and will have a booster BEC circuit, no RX pack necessary! The BEC will operate between 5-7v. Thanks!
Awesome...now the question is when I'd like to try one
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Back to the top we go! Vtrax10 testing went well this weekend! TQ and win in mod and very smooth and easy to tune. Was really nice to not even have to pull the body to make settings changes during practice!
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Can't wait to see the 1/8 lineup. Keep up the good work!
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mini-dub, with roar going to non-timing controllers in 17.5 and 21.5 in t/c, have you done any testing with the vtrax-10 in thi8s profile? i currentlyu use another controller in non-ramping 17.5 t/c, and i am a 1/2 sec (5/10's)each lap slower than the guys with the tekins.
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mini-dub, with roar going to non-timing controllers in 17.5 and 21.5 in t/c, have you done any testing with the vtrax-10 in thi8s profile? i currentlyu use another controller in non-ramping 17.5 t/c, and i am a 1/2 sec (5/10's)each lap slower than the guys with the tekins.
Yes much of our testing has been non-boosted as we don't run many boosted classes in the NW (we've found our turnouts are much better and frustration is much lower ). Performance has been great!
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The non-boost profiles are working excellent in both 17.5 and 21.5. We will be working on some Boost profiles for those that still run this class. At my track this class is still dominant and I had great results with Vtrax ESC so far I will update you guys on my progress.

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We haven't settled on exact pricing yet, but I can give estimated ranges. The Vtrax10 will be between $145-160, the Vtrax10R will be between $185-200, and the Vtrax1 will be between $190-210. Remember all esc's include a ProGauge 5in1 electronic programming tool



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The Vtrax1 is designed for 1-2s voltage and will have a booster BEC circuit, no RX pack necessary! The BEC will operate between 5-7v. Thanks!
What if someone wants to buy 2 or more esc's, will you offer them without the programmer?
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It fits like a glove!
Steve are you testing the 1S esc right now? Get a chance to run with it yet; how goes it?
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