LRP SPX Zero BRUSHLESS Speed Control

In today’s stock racing, the latest stock speed controls have achieved near modified-level high speeds, making them difficult for beginners to race. With the brand new LRP SPX Zero, LRP offers an easy solution. The new SPX Zero packages the latest brushless technology with “normal” speed and easy operation.

Boost Zero Mode restricts the power to set limits while still allowing the motor to run very efficiently. Every racer will be able to match the optimal speed control setting to the track according to their driving ability—just start at zero timing and move up. With the LRP SPX Zero, the unfair differences in performance between stock speed controls is now a thing of the past, and we can once again look forward to exciting and close racing on the race track.

  • Boost Zero Mode: No speed control timing for true stock racing—easily indicated by a flashing LED for inspectors
  • Advanced Digital with 4 adjustable modes: Fully adjustable AutoCell System, Power Profiles, Initial Brake, and Auto-Brake
  • 6 Power Profiles: Great tuneability for all track conditions
  • Internal Temp Check System: Allows you to read out the maximum internal temperature the speed control reached
  • Sensored Brushless Technology: Results in perfect control at low and high RPMs, as well as perfect brake control
  • Forward/Brake: Uncompromising forward/brake race design without reverse for outstanding race performance
  • AutoCell System: NiMH/NiCd/LiPo automatic adaptation

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Sylvain Lafrance

Sylvain Lafrance

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