Originally Posted by Lutz
For me it seems that std mod 9 is too much for a 10.5. You could try a lower powercurve maybe with a higher fdr. The most important thing is to check temps regulary while driving if the motor hasnīt a ntc build in. You should also set your rpm limit to 50.000 and activate timing with sensors +30 because in the manual it is said that the powercurves work only if its activated
Sorry to correct you but I think it's necessary to do so:
DON'T change timing with sensors to 30, leave it at 0
Powercurves are NOT USED AT ALL! with the new software. Mode 9 features powercurve 9 simply cause ral forgot to set it to 0 ... but it doesn'T matter anyway as it is unused...
rpm limit should be anything below 100.000 to make sure the magnet doesn't blow up
I personally have not tested with 10.5 but reports from teamdrivers showed that with a gm motor you can run about 22 - 24 of fixed timing
with the speedpassion c..., sorry motor, not featuring a NTC run 20 MAX! and temp every few minutes. Never run longer than 5 minutes (temp reasons)
as for gearing:
shorter gearing = hotter motor!
the gearing works totally different on the new speedo.
indoors you run approx 5.5 with the gm motor and 5.0 with the graupner #6564 (13.5)
so you will be aiming for approx 6.0 - 6.2 with a 10.5 indoors
if you gear it shorter it will just get hotter and slower
outdoors we will be running the grapner 13.5 with 4.0 or lower, or 4.0 - 4.5 with the gm motor
I think that should be ok