Originally Posted by MUDVAYNE
I'm not even sure thats what happened. The lipo battery wasn't hurt in any way, and I ran it in my first and third qualifiers on Sunday. It ran for about 10-12 minutes after it finally accepted the 203 software, then suddenly stopped and started to smoke. By the time I had ran off the drivers stand there was a 3-4 inch flame on it. I have already contacted Tekin and it's on its way back with a copy of my receipt. Hopefully since nothing else was hurt in any way, this will be a warrenty issue.
such thing like this was never cause by the 203 software.
there is 2 possibilities, Input wires and, receiver wires.
as capacitor remain well.
and signal wires seal is burned rather the black and red receiver wires,
and The power input pin connection Tin is all melted.
Obviously cause by input power for such high temp.
anyway tekin case and output almost fine.
So it's not caused by software.