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8/12/2014 4:04 pm  #1


Honest Truth about Parma

Ok, really wanna know truth about these $30-$40 Parma Turbo Controllers, are they any good? Worth the money?? Just bracket racing right now....and does controller depend on how fast car goes??

 

8/12/2014 5:00 pm  #2


Re: Honest Truth about Parma

The Parma Drag Controller comes in a 1 ohm version, and I believe they also had 1 in a .5 ohm as well. Those 2 will handle any and all motors up to Opens. The Drag controller is usually around $50. You will spend close to $300 on one of the electronic controllers.


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8/12/2014 6:00 pm  #3


Re: Honest Truth about Parma

Ok cool, so the 1ohm will work for bracket racing pretty much?

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8/12/2014 8:18 pm  #4


Re: Honest Truth about Parma

A 1 ohm should work just fine.


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8/14/2014 2:23 am  #5


Re: Honest Truth about Parma

A great controller to own ,nice part is will be around to be a back up ,when you do get your 300 dollar electronic gismo with all the bells and lights , and if you want to go road raceing just buy a 3 or 4 ohm wet wound resistor put it in and go

 

11/07/2014 9:05 am  #6


Re: Honest Truth about Parma

another thing , fairly simple to add a relay to the Parma controller to bypass the resistor when it hits full pull on the trigger .if you want to drop a few decimal points of resistance

 

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