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Old 01-13-2010, 11:22 AM   #1771
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Adam,

Have any feedback on the new software for 13.5 offroad?

Also, Will 7.5 be too much load on LPF?

Charlie B. Bummer!!!

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Hey Rob,

I haven't received much in the ways of off-road, 99% on road.

Not at all, but for me personally, that's as low as I would go, and I would only run it in off road, not on road.

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Old 01-13-2010, 11:25 AM   #1772
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ASK NOVAK.....THEY SAID NO IDEA,ESC TEMP WAS HOT,MOTOR WAS COOL,NOVAK SAYS GEARING WAS NOT THE ISSUE
well being your running a Novak ESC, and Novak motor I assumed they would be a great help like they always are? Maybe PM "Novaktwo" here on RC Tech, that is an official Novak employee out there in Cali
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Hey Rob,

I haven't received much in the ways of off-road, 99% on road.

Not at all, but for me personally, that's as low as I would go, and I would only run it in off road, not on road.

Yeah, Charlies an idiot! lmfao I <3 U Chuck!
Thanks Adam & Solara.

Thought maybe a dumb question but I'm still figuring this out. Race mostly stock onroad.

Would run 7.5 in the 4wheel offroad car.

So i'll have to do some testing with my 2wheel car and let you know what I come up with. Have 205G on it now. Was just looking at an earlier post. Charlie B. recommened I run 107 but not so sure I'm going to listen.

Thanks again,Rob.........
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Thanks Adam & Solara.

Thought maybe a dumb question but I'm still figuring this out. Race mostly stock onroad.

Would run 7.5 in the 4wheel offroad car.

So i'll have to do some testing with my 2wheel car and let you know what I come up with. Have 205G on it now. Was just looking at an earlier post. Charlie B. recommened I run 107 but not so sure I'm going to listen.

Thanks again,Rob.........
For mod ANYTHING I would stick to the 205C and G, and "maybe" dabble with the 312, and 323, but I would tread lightly with those in mod.

I've been running the 205G in my 4wd since last spring and I have no reason to change yet
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For mod ANYTHING I would stick to the 205C and G, and "maybe" dabble with the 312, and 323, but I would tread lightly with those in mod.

I've been running the 205G in my 4wd since last spring and I have no reason to change yet
Cool. That was my next question. I was concerened about using any of the stock SW in mod.

If you get a chance can you post your settings for 4wd?

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Cool. That was my next question. I was concerened about using any of the stock SW in mod.

If you get a chance can you post your settings for 4wd?

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Yeah man, I'll get them on here tonight
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Hey guys I'm looking for a starting rollout for a 13.5 V3 in WGT. Blue stock spec speedo profile 7, full timing on motor, 1s lipo, 80x36 carpet track. I'm at a 75mm rollout give or take, motor is coming off at 80*. I'm thinking I need to go up on the rollout but want some input before I go too far. Thanks fellas.

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Charlie B. recommened I run 107 but not so sure I'm going to listen.

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HAHA..107 will be fine. Infact, im willing to bet you will probbably need to gear down in offroad for the 107. It definitely does not lack in power.
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Yeah Yeah..Rub it in ya turd!!! BTW, i also wrote instructions on the spacer for the Drivers to test. It seems to be working perfect so far. I'll let you know how it goes if i temp over 170.
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HAHA..107 will be fine. Infact, im willing to bet you will probbably need to gear down in offroad for the 107. It definitely does not lack in power.
Hey Charlie.

Seriously though,thanks for sticking your neck out there and allowing us to learn from your misfortune.

I wondered about gearing. So I'll keep that in mind on the first runs.

On a sidenote; We're still working on a location here in SD. Jaws has a couple prospects but nothing firm. Looking forward to running "wit ya" again soon....

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For mod ANYTHING I would stick to the 205C and G, and "maybe" dabble with the 312, and 323, but I would tread lightly with those in mod.

I've been running the 205G in my 4wd since last spring and I have no reason to change yet

Hi... am new to brushless technology... what is the definition of "MOD" motors? I remember (I think) reading somewhere that the 107/110 software is recommended only for motors with 9.5T and above.

For motors below 9.5T, then 312/323 is recommended...

Is my understanding correct?

thanks in advance

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Hey Charlie.

Seriously though,thanks for sticking your neck out there and allowing us to learn from your misfortune.

I wondered about gearing. So I'll keep that in mind on the first runs.

On a sidenote; We're still working on a location here in SD. Jaws has a couple prospects but nothing firm. Looking forward to running "wit ya" again soon....

Rob........
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Hi... am new to brushless technology... what is the definition of "MOD" motors? I remember (I think) reading somewhere that the 107/110 software is recommended only for motors with 9.5T and above.

For motors below 9.5T, then 312/323 is recommended...

Is my understanding correct?

thanks in advance

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Mod in brushless is defined by anything 8.5 or less. 323 is fine for 9.5. Probably better than the 205G.
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So wheres the 107 and 110 software ?All i see is the 131 and 132 on the site.
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So wheres the 107 and 110 software ?All i see is the 131 and 132 on the site.
The 107 and 110 is in the 1.32 firmware.
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So wheres the 107 and 110 software ?All i see is the 131 and 132 on the site.
Hi Aaron if you read back a few pages in this thread you will see where people have explained where to find ALL the information that you need. Hope this helps.
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