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Old 03-05-2010, 02:11 PM   #2851
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wait for the new Software.....
adam don't like these one it's just too small
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New Software for Gt 2.0 Pro?
for stock or mod?

what have they change?
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Old 03-05-2010, 02:36 PM   #2852
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So, what is the situation on software updates? itīs possible?

If yes witch one 107 110?

witch software is loaded in a new ESC? 205? it is good to go?
any problems with it?

Is Adam with SP?

I just brought a lpf gt 2 Before I have started to read this thread!

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Some late version LPF's are sold with STOCK110..

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Old 03-05-2010, 04:21 PM   #2853
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Hi guys just ran my gt2 pro with v3.0 10.5 motor
the track was very windy indoor carpet.. I put the 107 software on and to be
honest it was well punchy ( too punchy )..I ended up setting the punch to setting 2 out of 10. What is the best software to use for a indoor windy track ? I did think the brakes were a little spongy also.. All in all very happy with the product
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Hi guys just ran my gt2 pro with v3.0 10.5 motor
the track was very windy indoor carpet.. I put the 107 software on and to be
honest it was well punchy ( too punchy )..I ended up setting the punch to setting 2 out of 10. What is the best software to use for a indoor windy track ? I did think the brakes were a little spongy also.. All in all very happy with the product
If you want a bit less "punch", try the 110 sw
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You can also set the reverse to 100% for a stronger brake. Sounds weird but it works.
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Old 03-06-2010, 01:18 AM   #2856
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It’s obvious he has an agenda, I seem to remember that once when one of his repeated questions was answered he noted with some satisfaction that he had plenty of others to use. Sad part is, if he used just half of the energy he puts into trolling here he could possibly be a success on his own. But apparently it’s more fun to attack someone else’s success than risk his own over inflated sense of self.

The price of an open forum I guess.
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This Speed Passion thread is very interesting at first glance. And almost make myself purchase GT2 Pro to replace old-trusted GTB and SS. Sadly at some concerns it turns into boring debates.

I'm also wish that he puts more of his energy for track time

Well, time is very precious matters as I believe most of this forum readers would prefer more track time than wasting time on TOO DEEP discussion about SP firmware area here,
follow talking it too deeply and we all get stupid enough...

Best upgrade is still on driver's driving skill anyway

My point is, the GT2.0 is no doubt is proven as GOOD ESC, and every ESC (read : ESC design) has it owns pros and cons. Every factory has it own constrains on design knowledge and material cost for given limited design time and target sales volume.
COST and QUALITY are closely affected each other. and Price are seldom lie tough..
Accepted it or leave it.

GTB and SS is tough like hell while its features is mostly outdated,
I get team wave rb50 on my hand, casing is ugly bling2 plastic yet features are more than enough to replace my Novak SS.
Next 2nd purchase will be lrp sx8 for heavy duty 1/10 and 1/8 on-road.
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Old 03-06-2010, 01:52 AM   #2857
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Hi Luis

Some late version LPF's are sold with STOCK110..

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Asgeir, thanks for the info,

The only way to see the software version is thru the LCD programer right?
I did not recieved the ESC yet, I will run X11 9.5.


set the reverse to 100% for a stronger brake
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I heard 107 is more aggressive than 110, can someone confirm this? I've run out of pinions to use with 110 and my motor is still cool so I was thinking 107 might bring a bit more pace/heat
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Rough FDR and Settings advice for 17.5 Duo on 107 software.

on 110 my FDR was 4.85, ATMS on max, DRRS on 8, Motor timing on Max. I dont run drag brake and brakes set to 100%. The car is quite quick but lacks a little punch and mid-range compared to others. So im going to try 107 this weekend, would it be best to drop any of those settings back at first? the temps of software 110 were 50 degrees C on the hottest part of the motor.
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I heard 107 is more aggressive than 110, can someone confirm this?
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Rough FDR and Settings advice for 17.5 Duo on 107 software.

on 110 my FDR was 4.85, ATMS on max, DRRS on 8, Motor timing on Max. I dont run drag brake and brakes set to 100%. The car is quite quick but lacks a little punch and mid-range compared to others. So im going to try 107 this weekend, would it be best to drop any of those settings back at first? the temps of software 110 were 50 degrees C on the hottest part of the motor.
The 107 has more "punch"
You may want to reduce DDRS and ATMS first and see how it runs. Then increase them again as required. 50 degrees C is nothing so you can safely go higher on motor temp (and temp will be higher with 107)...
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The 107 has more "punch"
You may want to reduce DDRS and ATMS first and see how it runs. Then increase them again as required. 50 degrees C is nothing so you can safely go higher on motor temp (and temp will be higher with 107)...
In terms of lap times, does it yield a difference?
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In terms of lap times, does it yield a difference?
Good question, when I tested the 110 and 107 the first time in January (all settings to max), I was faster with 110 as this one is smoother and I am not the best driver. However, now I have run a few times with the 110 with everything maxed out, so next time out I will test with 107 again. Will start with reducing DDRS and AMTS a bit to see how it goes and then bring it back up step by step...
Motor was 10-15 degrees C warmer with 107, but no problem as it was still only 70 degrees C with all settings to max.

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Good question, when I tested the 110 and 107 the first time in January (all settings to max), I was faster with 110 as this one is smoother and I am not the best driver. However, now I have run a few times with the 110 with everything maxed out, so next time out I will test with 107 again. Will start with reducing DDRS and AMTS a bit to see how it goes and then bring it back up step by step...
Motor was 10-15 degrees C warmer with 107, but no problem as it was still only 70 degrees C with all settings to max.

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What motor are you using? Do you know if different brands of motors make much difference with the speed passion speedy?
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What motor are you using? Do you know if different brands of motors make much difference with the speed passion speedy?
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