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Re: Problem with esc

Postby jamest » Fri Sep 13, 2013 5:55 pm

OK, now the latest! I put my Rx in James m03, used my Tx and . . . . it all worked fine! :o To me that suggests my Rx and Tx are fine and the fault lies in the esc, right? ;)
That being the case, anyone got a reasonable suugestion for a decent esc that's not too expensive? As you all know, I'm not too good :D , so I think a simpler one should suffice, yes?
Thanks everyone for all your help and advice.
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Re: Problem with esc

Postby Dan Hamblin » Sat Sep 14, 2013 9:56 am

Pit Bitz has a pretty good ESC for Mini racing - check their website.


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Re: Problem with esc

Postby dis96 » Mon Sep 16, 2013 12:01 pm

Eastbourne are so confident in that speedo that it is one of two that they allow in the brushed mini class.

We are due some more in stock this week and could get delivered to trackside for you sunday to avoid the royal mails shipping charges.
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