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Old 07-22-2009, 10:57 AM   #421
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Irgo if you dont understand english to well im attaching a picture to show you how to use the USB in your GT 2.0

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that would be annoying must plug and unplug from receiver or esc
no I dont find it annoying ... I would find it really annoying if I had to remove the ESC from my car just to access the usb plug
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Old 07-22-2009, 10:59 AM   #422
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yes i know about LCD programming box

but this GT2.0 only use the same wire for receiver,
that would be annoying must plug and unplug from receiver or esc ?

and why not add the simple usb wire for cheaper one as support option too?
There is a USB cable with all LCD boxes, also a software disc
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Old 07-22-2009, 11:17 AM   #423
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Irgo if you dont understand english to well im attaching a picture to show you how to use the USB in your GT 2.0

no I dont find its not annoying, its only a plug ... I would find it annoying if I had to remove the ESC from my car just to access the usb plug
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There is a USB cable with all LCD boxes, also a software disc
its like gt2.0 present program box (not LCD) to make it simpler than LCD.
but why not support cheap usb wire non lcd ?
it's on the same receiver wire anyway ?
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Old 07-22-2009, 11:20 AM   #424
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its like gt2.0 present program box (not LCD) to make it simpler than LCD.
but why not support cheap usb wire non lcd ?
it's on the same receiver wire anyway ?
Actually I find the LCD much simpler then the program box, its smaller, much better quality, and makes programing easier by displaying everyting on the back lit LCD ... especialy at night or indoors
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Old 07-22-2009, 11:27 AM   #425
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What does neutral range do? I always set mine at 6%. In what condition should i change its setting?
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Old 07-22-2009, 11:30 AM   #426
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Old 07-22-2009, 11:48 AM   #427
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Actually I find the LCD much simpler then the program box, its smaller, much better quality, and makes programing easier by displaying everyting on the back lit LCD ... especialy at night or indoors
is there any video that showed all the LCD menu ?
if not it would be no difrent than program box but usb.
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Old 07-22-2009, 11:49 AM   #428
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Yeah I ve seen that instruction manual already, I just wonder why do I need the neutral range....I always think that I want to move the car as soon as I m on throttle.
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is there any video that showed all the LCD menu ?
I dont think I ve seen one but if you go to SP site theres some pics of every page of the menu on the LCD.
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is there any video that showed all the LCD menu ?
if not it would be no difrent than program box but usb.
Oh just buy the LCD, if you want to use the USB/PC/SOFTWARE updates on your 2.0 you dont have a choice.

BTW, no PRO ESC comes with the USB hardware, they are all conisdered options because you dont really "need" it to use the esc.
The only exeption is the GM 120 which comes with the USB harware ... but for $300 you should expect it.
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Hi guys,

I have a small problem; My rotor has worn out where it touches en 'slides' between the bearings. Especially the side where the pinion is situated. The bearings are OK, but the shaft is completely worn out. I'm running a SP competion version 2.0 4.5T motor.
What could be the cause of this? Everything is installed 'spot on' in my car, so no play, no binding, no worn out pulleys or things of that nature. Could it be that the bearings heat up too much, or maybe the bearings can't keep up the revs? If so, would ceramic bearings be a better choise?

In order to make sure I'm going to buy the right rotor, could someone please tell me what the difference is between these rotors:

SP High RPM competition rotor for 4.5T
PN#RB13845

OR

SP Pro racing rotor for brushless 4.5T
PN#RA13845

And to complete my line of questions, which one is the stock rotor that comes with the motor??
I have no clue, can't find it anywhere...

Thank you in advance guys.

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Old 07-23-2009, 01:16 AM   #432
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The std rotor for that motor is :

SP Pro racing rotor for brushless 4.5T
PN#RA13845
It should be a 13mm rotor with the high rpm one being a 12.5

as for the wear its hard to suggest what could be the cause and a pic would help.
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Thanks Razzor,

very helpfull information! I'll try to make a pic later this day and post it here.
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Yeah I ve seen that instruction manual already, I just wonder why do I need the neutral range....I always think that I want to move the car as soon as I m on throttle.
Some older radios require a wider neutral range.
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There is a USB cable with all LCD boxes, also a software disc
Adam,

does the GT2.0 run brushed motors?






sorry i had to. i just read all 29 pages...and about 7 of them were a waste of time. thats time i'll never get back.

i emailed you back... and want/need to move fast Would love to have you guys on board. Thanks!

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