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Old 05-21-2010, 01:37 AM   #4396
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+1 even with the old 1.1 version speedos we always jacked drrs to #9
Maybe you do not use 10.5 on track with little adherence.
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Old 05-22-2010, 12:26 AM   #4397
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Its been a while since i update my speedo. What is the best and latest software for mod and stock?
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Old 05-22-2010, 01:55 AM   #4398
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I am not even aware of any "BUG" when using the Supercharger software, we leave DDRS at 8 or 9. In fact, even when we did not have the supercharger software, we never went below 8. Anything below 8 is Useless...
you can run ddrs at 7 and below and not lose the supercharger. it helps on the smaller indoor technical tracks, especially with lower heat............
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Old 05-22-2010, 02:18 AM   #4399
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Just now I updated my ESC 2.0 120A with the latest stock FW. In doing the upgrade, I also saw the FW no timing and I got a curiosity. This firmware installed on board make it similar to cirtix?

This question because I saw that many clubs are taking this regulator to achieve a pure stock class. I was wondering if I was in one of the tracks where they run with this ESC, could I participate with my ESC on which I installed the FW in question, or I would be the difference in performance against them (both positive and negative)?

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Just now I updated my ESC 2.0 120A with the latest stock FW. In doing the upgrade, I also saw the FW no timing and I got a curiosity. This firmware installed on board make it similar to cirtix?

This question because I saw that many clubs are taking this regulator to achieve a pure stock class. I was wondering if I was in one of the tracks where they run with this ESC, could I participate with my ESC on which I installed the FW in question, or I would be the difference in performance against them (both positive and negative)?

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wherecan i go to update my speedo with all the changes going on in racing today
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you can run ddrs at 7 and below and not lose the supercharger. it helps on the smaller indoor technical tracks, especially with lower heat............
yeah .. sometime we need go lower DRRS on high temp weather in hot country..
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yeah .. sometime we need go lower DRRS on high temp weather in hot country..
At higher heat, i don't mess with the DDRS..never have. Heat is generated through timing. So adjusting timing, how much delay, how much timing per RPM increment all plays a factor, not just DDRS.
But then again...you can tune your esc however you feel makes you fast on the track....
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At higher heat, i don't mess with the DDRS..never have. Heat is generated through timing. So adjusting timing, how much delay, how much timing per RPM increment all plays a factor, not just DDRS.
But then again...you can tune your esc however you feel makes you fast on the track....
yeahh ... thank for the great tip
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you can run ddrs at 7 and below and not lose the supercharger. it helps on the smaller indoor technical tracks, especially with lower heat............
the smaller indoor technical tracks is where I want the most punch
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yeah .. sometime we need go lower DRRS on high temp weather in hot country..
in in central florida it gets pretty hot here track temps last week were almost 150 degrees its not even summer yet what we do here is just gear alittle lower and keep drrs at 8 or 9
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Interesting to see that Marc & Viktor are using stock software this weekend at the ETS. Turbo + Mod
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Interesting to see that Marc & Viktor are using stock software this weekend at the ETS. Turbo + Mod
Where did you see/hear this?
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Old 05-22-2010, 09:54 PM   #4408
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It wouldn't surprise me if they were using the stock software in Mod. It could potentially make the motor run cooler and also faster + you may be able to run a lesser motor like 6.5 instead of 4 turn to make the car smoother to drive but yet have great top speed.

You may have to run no turbo though.

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It wouldn't surprise me if they were using the stock software in Mod. It could potentially make the motor run cooler and also faster + you may be able to run a lesser motor like 6.5 instead of 4 turn to make the car smoother to drive but yet have great top speed.

You may have to run no turbo though.

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From what I understand, they use the programming on the ESC and motor timing to make a 4.5 be as smooth on the bottom end as a 5.5 or a 6.5, but they still have that top end rip that would be characteristic of the 4.5.

Although, I wouldn't doubt that they are running the V422 software because of the way the track is. Lots of straight shots and sweeping corners. Not a lot of "stop-n-go".
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Where did you see/hear this?
RedRC mentioned it in an earlier report from this weekends ETS round.
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