Part Three of the Vanquish VS4-10 Origin build covers installing and soldering the RX4 Speed Control as well as a few Quickstart tips like setting the proper Voltage Cutoff, setting the Motor Type and Calibrating the ESC to the radio. Ty also goes over centering the T-360 servo and setting the endpoints.
We are excited to present our new show, Tekin Builds! Join us as we build various vehicles, install electronics, tune setups and more!
To kick off our new series, Ty builds a new Vanquish Products VS4-10 Origin kit decked out with products from SOR Graphics, Knight Customs, Crawler Innovations and of course, Team Tekin Racing. Subscribe for future episodes and killer builds!
Joe Bornhorst had a hard fought battle during the entire weekend. His
Tekin Rx8 Gen3 ESC and T8 1900kv Gen3 powered Tekno EB48 buggy would put him into the lead early in the A-main but the track would reach out and touch nearly every driver on at some point. Joe was able to bring it home for a solid 2nd place overall.
Arguably the best ESC for stock or spec class racing had a dominating performance at the 2019 Snowbird Nationals in not only team driver’s cars but drivers who chose the ESC knowing it’s an advantage.
Dave Johnson taking the win, Eric Anderson finishing 2nd in Touring Stock Can-Am which uses handout motors.
Jeff Dayger taking the win, Mike Hanulec in 3rd. Another Can-Am class utilizing handout motors.
Dave Johnson taking the win, Jared Mowery 3rd, Andrew Mowery 5th in the USGT 21.5 class.
Eric Salvas Mud Boss winner(RS Spec used)
Eric Salvas 1st, Steve Salvas 2nd and Tq in the Pro RTC division.
Eric Salvas 2nd, Steve Salvas 4th in 13.5 Pro Stock
Eric Salvas missed Tq in Pro Modified by .1 second. Turning the fastest lap on the Snowbirds carpet oval: RS Pro BE Gen3 3.5T motor 2.928 second, top 10 average of 2.957!
“Solid day out in Omaha for the Tekno RC 1:8 Winter Series! Thanks to Alex for all the hard work he puts in to give us a place to race in the winter, well worth the 5 1/2 hour drive! I raced both Pro Nitro Buggy and Ebuggy this time around and with 115 entries
In E-buggy I came out swinging and was able to get by Mason a couple minutes in and kept it clean to take the overall win by 14 seconds! Thanks to my Parents and all my Sponsors for their help! ” Jared Wiggins
Wild West Raceway hosted the opening round of the 2019 GRRS this past weekend. The event had 215 entries. Adam Drake was the top qualifier in nitro buggy, nitro truck, and electric buggy. Drake went on to sweep all three A-mains!
“Last weekend we traveled to Hazard Kentucky for the Kentucky Stat Race at Dixon’s RC Raceway where I ran in both the Pro-Ebuggy and E-truggy classes. They ran 3 qualifying rounds and one main. After the first round of qualifying I was TQ in both classes, but I was beat in the 2nd and 3rd rounds and ended up qualifying 2nd overall in both. In the E-buggy A-main I had a really good battle with the guy who got TQ and he left an opening on about the 5th lap and I took it. I was able to keep the lead for the rest of the race and finished 1st. In the E-truggy A-main I was able to stay close to 1st place but was never able to get past him and ended up 2nd overall.
It was our first time at Dixon’s and we had a really good time It’s a really fun track and we met a lot of good people there.” Joey Bourdon
This past weekend at the Region 9 Regional Championships for 1/10th scale dirt off-road I was able to take 2 wins with Tekin products. I raced mod buggy and after qualifying 2nd I was able to take the win with my B6.1 equipped with a Tekin RSX and Gen3 7.5. I also ran 13.5 wheeler as there was not a mod wheeler class. I was able to take the TQ and win with my EB410 powered by the Tekin RS Pro BE and SpecR 13.5.