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Speed Passion Reventon stock ABS brake ?

Old 06-07-2014, 01:05 PM
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I just got a Reventon Stock Club Race ESC a few days ago.

Anyone know excatly how the ABS brake works? Is it doing some kind of pulsating simulating a real car ABS brake? Or is it just marketing blah blah and it's just a ordinary ESC brake?

Will it be a bad idea to use the TX ABS simoultanously? If the ESC really has some kind of ABS, they'll probably interfere....
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I don't know why they call it abs, it's simply your total brake force. Set it to the max and adjust it with your radio if you need to.
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Thanks, thats what I thought :-)
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In lighter cars it can act as literally "abs" by Turning down breaking force force so the wheels don't lock. But as said it doesnt pulse the brakes or anything special like that. Some radios do have that feature where they will pulse the brake channel.
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