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Old 08-12-2010, 07:52 PM   #5176
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Ok thanks.

May I ask why you use 5.7 for 13.5 when all the files/documents are recommending around 6.25 - 7.00 ? please don't think I'm saying your setting is wrong but this is where I am getting confused with gearing it correctly and why I asked earlier if there was a suggested setting.

The manual with the motor recommends 4.8 -6.0 the SP Basic Supercharger setting PDF say's 6.25-7.0 and then the Word doc say's 6.5-7.0

I never know which to start with I presume you've tried loads of different fdr's ?

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the 422 and the 528 are different softwares you cant use the same gearing suggestions,
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Hey guys

Am checking my SP GT2.0 Carbon Edition on the USb interface software V1.33

Checkin the software version that is runnin on the ESC as it is now shows V1.10_090205_MOD did Speed passion a latest software I can upgrade to and if there is what are the benefits.

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Hey guys

Am checking my SP GT2.0 Carbon Edition on the USb interface software V1.33

Checkin the software version that is runnin on the ESC as it is now shows V1.10_090205_MOD did Speed passion a latest software I can upgrade to and if there is what are the benefits.

Thanks
If you're running mod and the track size is a medium-ish you won't notice much difference between 205 and the 528_MOD.

But if you're running a stock motor, 10.5t and higher you will notice a huge difference between 205_g and the stock softwares.
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Ok thanks.

May I ask why you use 5.7 for 13.5 when all the files/documents are recommending around 6.25 - 7.00 ? please don't think I'm saying your setting is wrong but this is where I am getting confused with gearing it correctly and why I asked earlier if there was a suggested setting.

The manual with the motor recommends 4.8 -6.0 the SP Basic Supercharger setting PDF say's 6.25-7.0 and then the Word doc say's 6.5-7.0

I never know which to start with I presume you've tried loads of different fdr's ?

Thanks.
hey saw i was running my 13.5 at 6.46 fdr and went up to 5.76 and the car had more bottom end way more top with cooler temps
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Old 08-13-2010, 01:51 AM   #5180
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Thanks very much Marcos.J and irgo

Marcos would you use the same speedo settings for indoors and just change the gearing ?

Simon.

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Thanks very much Marcos.J and irgo

Marcos would you use the same speedo settings for indoors and just change the gearing ?

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yes pretty much

here are my settings for indoors with a 17.5
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yes pretty much

here are my settings for indoors with a 17.5
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I looking for settings for a 4wd off road. Running a kyosho zx-5 sp, and a ballistic 10.5 what's a steering point?
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Max everything cracker,gear it up until the motor wires unsolder then drop 1 tooth,what are you doing dude?Heading back anytime soon?
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Max everything cracker,gear it up until the motor wires unsolder then drop 1 tooth,what are you doing dude?Heading back anytime soon?
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If you're running mod and the track size is a medium-ish you won't notice much difference between 205 and the 528_MOD.

But if you're running a stock motor, 10.5t and higher you will notice a huge difference between 205_g and the stock softwares.
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I looking for settings for a 4wd off road. Running a kyosho zx-5 sp, and a ballistic 10.5 what's a steering point?
Start with default settings for 528 stock, use a 25 pinion and check heat from there. That's your staring point
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g'day just bought a new speedpassion gt v2.1 for my sc 10 it has a 13.5t xcelorin motor
just woundering what's a good starting point for the esc

i've been running the Speed Passion EXIGE Brushless ESC & Motor for the last 2.5 years in various offroad vehicles, but after a huge crash about 6 weeks ago esc and motor were both damaged beond repair
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g'day just bought a new speedpassion gt v2.1 for my sc 10 it has a 13.5t xcelorin motor
just woundering what's a good starting point for the esc

i've been running the Speed Passion EXIGE Brushless ESC & Motor for the last 2.5 years in various offroad vehicles, but after a huge crash about 6 weeks ago esc and motor were both damaged beond repair
Start with a 24 pinion on your truck with a 2.6 tranny ratio. Stock spur
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Attached is the .PDF of my BIG track settings.

PLEASE NOTE: I run the R1 Wurks dual motor fan, so please be careful with your gearing & ESC Settings. Run for a minute and check to make sure the temps are not getting too high.

Any questions, please post here or PM me. Here is a video of the track and some testing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cX53c...eature=related

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