SXX TC spec "Version 2" Brushless ESC
With its new ADPCmod software for perfect adjustability, the revolutionary TwinBEC, improved output, the USB software update and the optimised Internal Temp Check System 3 – to name only a few – the new SXX TC Spec version 2 is ready for every challenge in 1/10 Onroad (TC Modified) and 4WD Offroad Modified. Including plugged high-performance fan.
And additional to all new specs and features LRP made it possible to offer this new speedo for a lower price than the version 1. Just check out the new price at your local hobby shop or directly contact your national distributor for more information. But we are sure: you will love it!
Let the racing begin!
These speedos conquered the worldwide R/C scene by winning the IFMAR worlds title in 2008. In the racing scene, it sets new standards and boosts Brushless Speed Control Technology into new dimensions. Maximum power, perfect adjustability, small footprint and controllability never reached before is what makes the SXX speedo a must have for every serious racer.
Succesful premiere at the IFMAR 1/10 TC World Championship 2010!
With a total of four SXX TC Spec Version 2 speed controls in the A-Main at the IFMAR 1/10 TC World Championship 2010 in Burgdorf, the new high performers were able to showcase their first-rate quality and reliability already in their debut race!
- Dual ADPCmod Software: Independent adjustment of "Feel" and "Boost" for maximum flexibility for all classes and motors.
- USB Software Updateability: Benefit from all the latest performance improvements and updates.
- TwinBEC: A true BEC revolution! Constant 6V/3A output with 3.0V to 7.4V batteries. No receiver battery with 1S LiPo needed.
- Revolutionary Internal Temp Check System 3: Allows you to read out the maximum internal temperature for each the speedo and motor.
- AutoCell System 2 (3.0V to 7.4V input voltage): Fully adjustable cut off system for all types of cells.
- Extra small size: 30.5x34x21mm
- C3 Technology: Revolutionary Copper Core Cooling technology for lowest running temperatures