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Old 04-23-2010, 05:37 AM   #3901
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I like the 323 better but I'm no team driver either! Try both .
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Old 04-23-2010, 06:06 AM   #3902
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and what are the team settings for mod?

especially for a straight of +60m
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Thanks very much for the quick reply, much appreciated. I'll stick with 205 and use the team settings.

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with the 205 and a 4.5 motor use about #5 on drrs, #3 on timing zero timing on the motor and gear the 4.5 around a 8.25 to 8.5 and go from there. Depending on the track that should get you in the ball park.
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Old 04-23-2010, 01:06 PM   #3904
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with the 205 and a 4.5 motor use about #5 on drrs, #3 on timing zero timing on the motor and gear the 4.5 around a 8.25 to 8.5 and go from there. Depending on the track that should get you in the ball park.
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set the timing to #3 for FDR on a medium track start around a 9.75 with the motor set a zero degrees. I ran the 2.0 with the SP 3.5 geared at a 9.25 with no issues.

thnks macros. my 2.0 is still standard no software change. thanks everyone, will try all the recommendation, sorry for the less info. don't have a temp gun.
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Old 04-24-2010, 01:26 AM   #3906
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So I am running offroad ... xxx-t I have a gt2.0 lpf and a 10.5 trinity duo 2 (believe me if I could afford a sp motor at moment I would get one) I am running in an open class but I think everyone is basically running 10.5's anyway...
looking for what software I should be using.. possibly what kinda gearing/fdr (just a round about answer is cool) and possibly even a quick and easy set-up... but if anything the first 2 ??'s would be great.... thanks guys had a great indoor season with my tc and speed passion... now time to rip it up on the dirt as well

or even tell me where on the sp site I can find out this info
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Old 04-24-2010, 03:14 AM   #3907
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Hello evrybody. Cn anybody give me some tips on set-up the supercharge. Im using the 324 frimware on 11.5t team orion. My fdr was 7.99:1. My kit was trf416x. Jst pm me.
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Racerb what are the track dimentions??
I run a xxxt cr .....I've geared spv2 10.5 at 20 86....with 18.75 timing and drrs at 8 with 205g software.....temped 120 and was just as fast as a guy running 7.5 and 8.5 on our track
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i notice the 324 punch is very soft with sp 11.5t motor....even i set the DRRS to full..ratio is 7.4...

im testing on 60feet straightline..

what u guys suggest??
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i notice the 324 punch is very soft with sp 11.5t motor....even i set the DRRS to full..ratio is 7.4...

im testing on 60feet straightline..

what u guys suggest??
try lower the parameter 15.. but motor will more heat
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Old 04-24-2010, 10:37 PM   #3911
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How was Cirtix Motor work's on Super Charge Software ?

Will it work's as it's Super Charge ?
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Old 04-25-2010, 10:30 AM   #3912
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Default timing settings comp 2.0 motor.

Hi,

I'm running a 3.5t speed passion comp 2.0. motor. With an lpf v1.1 speedo.

(this is with 1s and the speedo runs quite cool over 5 minutes despite being beyond the motor limit of 5.5t.)

Can anybody help me out with the settings?

The timing on the motor is set to the middle of the label. How much timing does this represents in degrees?

Also when I set the timing on the speedo I'm not sure what that represents either.

ie. say if I set the speedo to 10 degrees and I set the timing on the motor to 5 degrees then will that give me an overall timing of 10 degrees, or is it 10 degrees plus the timing set on the motor to give 15?

How much timing would people typically run with a 3.5T? (both for motor and speedo.)

Thanks
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Old 04-25-2010, 02:00 PM   #3913
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Default 17.5 v3 advance timing

i just got a v3 17.5..the instructions do no tell you how to advance the timing..could someone help me out...thanks
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Guys, need some help. Downloaded the 230 last weed (prefer the aggressiveness compared to the 231 and also thats the latest on my download list) and running a 21.5 with an Orange super 7 max rpm rotor - I race 540 pro.

Firstly I am confused by your request to not go lower than 6.0 FDR - right now I am on a 3.88 FDR and the motor is still asking for more as the temperature doesnt even hit 50 degrees Celcius after a 7 min run (track is mid size and mid to high traction on road). To be honest if I hadn't stripped one of my motor screws yesterday I would have gone lower probably back to my original 3.2 FDR (I run a 416WE) - P.S. temperature yesterday was a little on the low side but still reasonable at about 22C when the sun was out and about 19C when it wasn't (track temp was a constant 25-28C). So I guess my first question is could there be something wrong with my sensor/motor?

Secondly I am even more preplexed with the setups - With my previous 107 software and running at 3.4 FDR (85/51) and standard rotor (with DDRS @ 7 and AMTS @ 8-max) I was averaging about 1-1.5 seconds faster than the standard requested 17.5 setup with an FDR of 3.88 (85/45) - with exactly same setup and almost identical track conditions. And to be honest I never noticed the boost at all. It was only when I took the plunge in my second race (down to utter frustration) yesterday when I maxed out everything (and re-calibrated the controller to eliminiate this possible issue) that I noticed any speed difference - however this was at best what my previous 107 average was which was nothing compared to what the tekins out the front were rolling around in (almost a second better and i wasn't even on the botton end of the field neither - though at this rate I would most certainly be there next round and kissing the championship goodbye)

What was even more interesting was that one of the guys racing with me using a Hobbywing ESC (with also the 230 software) and same FDR and motor was able to get better performance with the same input levels.

I guess what I am trying to figure out here is, is there something wrong with either my ESC or motor - and what do I have to do to get some more straight line speed out of this thing as it is now at the point of the ridiculous trying to compete by giving up such a straight line advantage (almost 30%) - especially with both the 410 and 323 software neither available nor perfected nor a probable solution with what I am reading on these forums. Although by the sounds of things the 410 is a step in the right direction if it is comparable in the straight line.

One last thing I found odd was that after every 7 minute run the battery limit never went below 3.9 (I.P. 3800 35C)

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hey guys i am considering to get a SP esc but i need some help. i am going to run a 13.5 motor on a large asphalt track and i want something that will blow the Tekin RS Pro away im really interested in the GT2.1 but also in the LPF2.0 and the regular 2.0 witch do you guys recommend for stock racing??? anything will help....thanks again
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