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Old 12-23-2008, 10:21 PM   #11
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KO makes good stuff. I have a new KO radio with 2.4ghz. Use them way back when Francis Lee was bringing them in.
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Old 12-24-2008, 06:44 AM   #12
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^^^LOL. The 'ol EX's from Japan with the neon grips! I bought one from him as well.
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ive owned 6 t.c. spec lrp speedos , 2 crapped out and the other 4 are going strong ( 2 years ) . johny is right , the buttons sometimes gum up , but they function great and rarely get hot. in my onroads i dont even run the heatsink. the gtb is definitely bulky and it seems like the stock fan sucks and blades always seem to break no matter what. castle creations make some good stuff but personaly for competition orientated r/cing in 1/10 scale , especially 2 wheel where in most situations you need one ultra smooth, they dont seem as good as some others. a few guys at glenwood have the tekin , and that seems even better than the lrp. i havent tried one yet , but i think real soon. hope any of this rambling helps...
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