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Old 11-22-2010, 09:50 PM
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Some very nice products indeed.
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Is the esc available yet? This may be my next system. Looks Awesome!!!
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would like to see some kv for truggy motors..

looking for a 2000kv truggy motor.
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How much????
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These forums aren't for retail or advertising, but for product information and support. Email me at [email protected] for pricing information.


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would like to see some kv for truggy motors..

looking for a 2000kv truggy motor.
Both the buggy and truggy motors will have kv options from about 1300kv to 2400kv. Because the 1/8 motors are still in development there may be minor alterations to the final kv options. We will have something very close to your target.
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Is the esc available yet? This may be my next system. Looks Awesome!!!
Thanks None of our esc's are available quite yet. We're working really hard to get the 1/10 esc's out. There's still some development to be done. Once the Vtrax10 and the Vtrax10R are finalized, the Vtrax8 and VtraxOne will follow very quickly.
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Sweet, I'll keep an eye on the website. Thanks again for the info!
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Thanks for the info. Looking forward to trying your products, especially 1/8.

I started my own thread to see if anyone's got any more info about your company. Glad someone from Viper RC chimed in on RCT.
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I started my own thread to see if anyone's got any more info about your company. Glad someone from Viper RC chimed in on RCT.
I have been checking occasionally to see if anyone was asking questions yet. I must have missed your thread. I finally decided we needed something official!
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Nice looking stuff Weylin! Looking forward to the 1/10th ESC's.

And if anyone was asking about preformace of the Viper stuff, I haven't tried anything from them but one of the local racers is sponsored by Viper and is unbeatable, literally walks away in mod buggy every week.
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Why 360 day warranty for esc and only 180 for motors?
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Looking at the numbers here, their 360 days esc warranty still by far exceeds the typical 120 days (which is like 1/3 of a year at best offered by most manufactures for their esc. Also most put out their motors for 90-120 days warranty, and their 180 days exceeds that as well.

In addition, nothing wrong with putting different time warranty frames on two entirely different types of products, i.e. either esc or motor. A pc interface device could have a different warranty frame. It's totally up to the company to decide this on their end. Their warranty exceeds the norm in both cases by far.
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4wd racer hit it on the nose many other esc's and motors on the market only have a 90 or 120 day warranty. Motors and esc's are completely different pieces of equipment and you cant expect equal lifespan out of each.
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Originally Posted by 4wd Racer View Post
Looking at the numbers here, their 360 days esc warranty still by far exceeds the typical 120 days (which is like 1/3 of a year at best offered by most manufactures for their esc. Also most put out their motors for 90-120 days warranty, and their 180 days exceeds that as well.

In addition, nothing wrong with putting different time warranty frames on two entirely different types of products, i.e. either esc or motor. A pc interface device could have a different warranty frame. It's totally up to the company to decide this on their end. Their warranty exceeds the norm in both cases by far.
Ok, they are different types of products, but they suppose to work together...in fact many producer offer them as combo just like castle or tekin and many other... If you go buy a car(1:1) and the dealer tell you: the car have 3 years warranty but the motor have only 1 year, what do you think about it? Anyway nothing wrong with 180 days, I was just curios about the difference between motor and esc...
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