Reviews for Tekin FX-R Rock Crawling ESC/Motor Combo w/35T HD Motor [TEKTT2109]

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Jose Antonio Tavares Tavares
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Oct 28 2014 (7 months ago)
Tekin FX-R Rock Crawling ESC/Motor Combo w/35T HD Motor
Es el primer combo de este tipo que compro y estoy muy contento y satisfecho. Es muy suave al arrancar mucho torque y silencioso. Muy facil de programar, haciendolo muy versatil por todas las configuraciones que trae de fabrica. No lo he probado en agua aunque tengo CES protegido contra agua. Lo uso en mi Axial Dingo. Amo Amain..... Amo Tekin...Lo recomiendo 100%.
Daniel Beaupre
Verified Owner
Saturday, May 31 2014 (about a year ago)
Tekin FX-R Rock Crawling ESC/Motor Combo w/35T HD Motor
Installed this combo into my Axail Wraith, can't really compare it to the Atomic brushed combo that it replaced. But I can say it really makes a difference in crawling for me. The only setting I have adjusted so far is the Drag break, with only a little increase I am now able to hold the Wraith steady on the rocks when I let the throttle return to neutral. It has plenty of torque for powering over and up obstacles. And enough RPM to goose it out of spots where the Wraith is stuck high centered, or the wheels are free spinning. The control is smooth enough for me, both forward and in reverse. I keep everything away from water too, so I can't really say anything about durability, I have considered water proofing the ESC after any implied warranty expires. This is a good purchase for any beginner like myself, I also own a Tekin RX8 motor combo for my Ten SCTE and am very pleased with that too.
Ewing
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jul 20 2013 (about a year ago)
Tekin FX-R Rock Crawling ESC/Motor Combo w/35T HD Motor
Personally I haven't had a lot of luck and its a bit jerky when your going slow, also it hates water and wears out the brushes very fast, I also put a 25 tooth pinion on to get a bit more speed and it gets the motor way too hot and starts to smoke, I have had it in my wraith for about 4 months and if I were to do the build again I would use a sensored 4 pole brushless motor.