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Old 04-08-2009, 04:34 PM
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Originally Posted by lochness42 View Post
SPX contains special software for stock. It behave in this way - it has higher timing + it revs up much higher as with standart esc - looks like it doesn't have any limit on rpm. So you have to gear it lower to be fast enough in turns. In modified I don't think so that SPX can bring you any advantage - there is already enough power (ok - more than enough for most people).
I see, based on what you said about unlimited RPM, it seems like SPX continuously adjust the timing depending on the throttle positions and actions, and would continue to increase the timing as long as you hang on to full throttle. Could I be right?

I am referring to stock motor, such as 10.5T, 11.5T, 13.5T and 17.5T.
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