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Old 09-02-2010, 06:48 AM   #5476
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S.A.W don't worry I get Speed Passion info, The manual will be released soon.
Any news on the new manual ?
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Did some more 528_Stock testing last night and I think I have a setup that is killer for my Duo2 17.5's. I also have a baseline Duo2 setup that is fairly conservative but a good starting point. I will fill out the setup sheets tonight and post them up.
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Ok anyone got an idea on what to do next? I am running 10.5 in a 2 wheel buggy off road with the basic stock setup. In all parts of the track it performs great except 1 issue. The boost kicks in on larger jumps causing me to overshoot the jump. This wouldn't be bad except when I let up using throttle control a little I fall short, making it impossible to downside the jump as well. So which adjustment should I go for? I don't want to lose top speed and the squirt out of the corner is great so my thought is the rpm delay but the one piece I like is the constant acceleration rather than the on and off switch which is Tekin. So any thoughts would be great.
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Old 09-02-2010, 12:18 PM   #5480
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Default Good setup for a 1:12 scale?

Currently running on a large open carpet track (28 X 14 M).
Hi,
I posted this in the 1:12 section and did not get a reply, so trying again here.

Using a Speed Passion GT 2.0 with Speed Passion 10.5 R motor.
Is Lipo and 53.3 MMPR rollout.

I appear to loose out to the Tekins on the straight and I am not sure of the Supercharger settings !!!
Running the 528 stock software set at :-

4 = 8
9 = 7
12 = 6
13 = 4
14 = 3
15 = 4.

Motor temp is 110f
Any info on which way to go??

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Old 09-02-2010, 12:40 PM   #5481
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Currently running on a large open carpet track (28 X 14 M).
Hi,
I posted this in the 1:12 section and did not get a reply, so trying again here.

Using a Speed Passion GT 2.0 with Speed Passion 10.5 R motor.
Is Lipo and 53.3 MMPR rollout.

I appear to loose out to the Tekins on the straight and I am not sure of the Supercharger settings !!!
Running the 528 stock software set at :-

4 = 8
9 = 7
12 = 6
13 = 4
14 = 3
15 = 4.

Motor temp is 110f
Any info on which way to go??

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mr. crum might help with your settings but I would try going up to #7 or 8 on the boost level(#12) and maybe go down to #3 on value 13.
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Old 09-02-2010, 04:58 PM   #5482
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Ok anyone got an idea on what to do next? I am running 10.5 in a 2 wheel buggy off road with the basic stock setup. In all parts of the track it performs great except 1 issue. The boost kicks in on larger jumps causing me to overshoot the jump. This wouldn't be bad except when I let up using throttle control a little I fall short, making it impossible to downside the jump as well. So which adjustment should I go for? I don't want to lose top speed and the squirt out of the corner is great so my thought is the rpm delay but the one piece I like is the constant acceleration rather than the on and off switch which is Tekin. So any thoughts would be great.

Give it more delay and set rpm on SC way higher if you really want to keep it. And I would gear it up as well to clear, you have a 10.5 which is pretty torquey, shouldnt be an issue, just check temp
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Currently running on a large open carpet track (28 X 14 M).
Hi,
I posted this in the 1:12 section and did not get a reply, so trying again here.

Using a Speed Passion GT 2.0 with Speed Passion 10.5 R motor.
Is Lipo and 53.3 MMPR rollout.

I appear to loose out to the Tekins on the straight and I am not sure of the Supercharger settings !!!
Running the 528 stock software set at :-

4 = 8
9 = 7
12 = 6
13 = 4
14 = 3
15 = 4.

Motor temp is 110f
Any info on which way to go??

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4=9
9=8
12=8
13=2 4500
14=1 off
15= start at #3 check temps if still got some temp to play with move this setting to #2 position
ae 10r5 2.76 roll out 5500 45 c pack sp2.0 lpf
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also gona be practicing all day monday so i might have some updates to this aswell
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Any news on the new manual ?
too silent on speed passion, there's something happening there,
they (sp) said speed passion had its own software developers,
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Old 09-02-2010, 09:32 PM   #5486
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Did some more 528_Stock testing last night and I think I have a setup that is killer for my Duo2 17.5's. I also have a baseline Duo2 setup that is fairly conservative but a good starting point. I will fill out the setup sheets tonight and post them up.
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Old 09-02-2010, 09:37 PM   #5487
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Default my power seems to die off toward the end

i ran charlie set up on my cyclone it was a lot of power but toward the end of race it seems to die off my motor was about 170 or so i ran the 17.5 gt 2.0 set up but did not gear it the way he had it i think i was in the 6.0 to 6.5 range plse help thxs and what a good gearing on my cyclone tc
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Ok anyone got an idea on what to do next? I am running 10.5 in a 2 wheel buggy off road with the basic stock setup. In all parts of the track it performs great except 1 issue. The boost kicks in on larger jumps causing me to overshoot the jump. This wouldn't be bad except when I let up using throttle control a little I fall short, making it impossible to downside the jump as well. So which adjustment should I go for? I don't want to lose top speed and the squirt out of the corner is great so my thought is the rpm delay but the one piece I like is the constant acceleration rather than the on and off switch which is Tekin. So any thoughts would be great.
Might be unorthodox, but you can try shortening the delay and slowing down the timing ramp as well. I've found it gives a more linear feeling a lot of times.

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I just put a GT2.0 pro in my B44 geared 24/78 with a 7.5 V3.0. I played with the programming card a little and need to still download the lastest software. I don't really want the motor to "kick in" at some point down the track but prefer a smoother powerband. If anything maybe I'll add some initial lauch for faster corner exiting. What are some settings I should focus on? Keep in mind, I also want to keep motor temps nice and low.

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Might be unorthodox, but you can try shortening the delay and slowing down the timing ramp as well. I've found it gives a more linear feeling a lot of times.

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