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Going SPEC 17.5T Racing ???ESC/MOTOR

Going SPEC 17.5T Racing ???ESC/MOTOR

Old 12-29-2012, 11:36 PM
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Questions?? Going SPEC 17.5T Racing ???ESC/MOTOR

Here's my racers, i not sure what to go with on ESC/MOTOR Sensored?
Viper or Novak or Tekin?
anyone had any exprience with these brands.

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Old 12-30-2012, 12:14 AM
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Yes, it will be sensored but some you'll need to know/answer some of these questions to in turn get your answer:

1) By spec, do you mean the more generic "17.5 stock" or literally spec, as in you have a list of eligible equpiment for your track/class?
2) Blinky?
3) Budget?
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Tekin RS and a Tekin Redline Gen2 17.5T if it fits in your budget. I think with this combination you can gear it like crazy... Tower does not list a combo deal... yet...
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for under $150, you can get a brushless hobbies esc and motor. check the thread in the offroad section. lots of happy customers there
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That is also a terrific option. I have 3 brushless hobbies ESCs and for 67 bucks have more than enough settings to keep me guessing....
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That is also a terrific option. I have 3 brushless hobbies ESCs and for 67 bucks have more than enough settings to keep me guessing....
If you are trying to stay in budget spend the money on a good quality motor. Something like a Trinity D3.5, Revtech, Reedy Sonic or something of that level. Not excluding any others as there are a lot of good brands on the market.

Hobbywing, Speed Passion and others make great budget level ESCs that perform great and have the settings you need at a great value. Hobbywing Just Stock ESC can be had at a great prices.

Good Luck.
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For 17.5 I would go Speed Passion Reventon S or Reventon R and a Reedy Sonic 17.5T. This is honestly one of the smoothest powerband systems I have driven. The Tekin motor with Speed Passion is just as good. You can put together a brand new system for less than 150.00. It looks like the Speed Passions R and S are still out of stock. You could go with the Stock Club Race ESC (keep in mind this is a blinky only ESC).

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...e-Sensored-ESC
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ess-Motor-175T
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