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Old 31-08-2009
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Hi, I want to ask the regulator LRP Nexxt 4X.
You have already tried one? As LRP writes:

The revolutionary LRP software provides sensored drivability even without hall sensors.

Is it really so revolutionary? Does it work?
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hi mate
what car is this for ?

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Its for my LRP Shark Monster FT.
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I'm not sure how this no sensor wire is going to work to be honest, I can imagine it just being like sensored
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I'm not sure how this no sensor wire is going to work to be honest, I can imagine it just being like sensored
And of course...."being like sensored" is a bad thing...
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Yeah but, sensorless is like sensored according to some, I have doubts
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Oh Ozzy, you yoofs of today are sooooooooooo judgemental
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Get 1 hooked up to a mongoose three80 and I bet it will do the cogging dance off the line
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So I could not stand it and drove him to buy the first see really beautiful ...
Monted in the car,set up it and it works perfectly, then I started to worry that something is wrong when something strange started to reverse but must go there to have lighting-conductor gap, not just brake and reverse.
I used to LRP Sphere TC-Spec is a sensor, can not say that it would be absolutely perfect but I must admit that from others as speed control Mamba Micro Pro, is great to know the difference in starting.
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