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Old 09-04-2010, 02:20 AM   #5506
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my sheets are encrypted, i don't know the program that you are using (distiller??) Try to use Acrobat Reader 9.xx or Foxit Reader 4.1. I have both and both are working. Foxit is free and very small respect Acrobat Reader. Sheets are build for to be compatible with the 9,xx version of Acrobat reader or above. A friend of mine had a similar problem with a PC...and with the exactly the same software on another pc was working. I suggest you to try Foxit , it is small about 10Mb and is full compatible. Hoping this can help you otherwise contact me by pm and will try to solve this issue
I'm using AA9 Pro. The wierd thing is I have no issues printing PDF's from other templates it's just this one form. Thanks
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Old 09-04-2010, 04:38 AM   #5507
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sounds to me you might want to drop #15 1 or 2 and/orlower fdr
and the only motors that ive heard dont sc sp is lrp vector x11/x12 havent heard of any others
had 15 at 6
timing back to 15deg
fdr from 6 to 7.5.
maybe gear under 6 to lower the constant high rpm .?
like the gm users do to keep it cooler even to 4.6 fdr with sc setings on
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Old 09-04-2010, 10:23 AM   #5508
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had 15 at 6
timing back to 15deg
fdr from 6 to 7.5.
maybe gear under 6 to lower the constant high rpm .?
like the gm users do to keep it cooler even to 4.6 fdr with sc setings on
the 528 does like higher fdr but you have to be carefull
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Old 09-04-2010, 10:44 AM   #5509
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Fear not, it's okay to use it on that speedo. Since I primarily run Mod I've got GT 2.0's in both my cars and I'm using 528Stock on one of them for IIC. Been running 528Stock for about 3 weeks not without any issues.
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Old 09-04-2010, 03:57 PM   #5510
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anyone here have an good speedo setting for the 528 sofewear??
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Old 09-04-2010, 04:36 PM   #5511
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Marcos and Jimmy both have some good setups. They can be found a few pages back.
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Old 09-04-2010, 10:38 PM   #5512
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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
i guess no help on my question can any one help
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end RPM...

I looked at some of the .pdf which you can download from this thread...

The end RPM can be anything from 8k to 20k difference

Can anyone shed light on which makes for a better setup??

short end RPM range or a long end RPM range?
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Old 09-05-2010, 09:07 AM   #5514
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How exactly do you set the end rpm?

I know a longer range will result in a smoother feel.
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so with the speedpassion motors where do you guys run the timing on the motors at
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so with the speedpassion motors where do you guys run the timing on the motors at
I run mine at 10 degrees. Victor, send me your email address and I will send you my setup for indoor racing. It will be to your liking.
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second that, 10 degrees is fastest with the current software.

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How exactly do you set the end rpm?

I know a longer range will result in a smoother feel.
The Formula is like this.. (just put it into a excel file quick and easy)

END RPM = Item#13 DMTS Timing Start RPM + (Item #9 DMTS Timing + Item #12 Super Charger Timing ) * Item #15 Super Charger Timing Punch

The breakdown is the lower the start RPM (#13) higher the Super Charger punch (#15) the longer the end RPM.
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The Formula is like this.. (just put it into a excel file quick and easy)

END RPM = Item#13 DMTS Timing Start RPM + (Item #9 DMTS Timing + Item #12 Super Charger Timing ) * Item #15 Super Charger Timing Punch

The breakdown is the lower the start RPM (#13) higher the Super Charger punch (#15) the longer the end RPM.
arghh i see you are using hobbywing now bd no good eh?
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i guess no help on my question can any one help
good luck you gotta know someone here to get some help i have asked so many questions on this thread and ive got help once!!!! so i tend to just take the long way and figure it out myself takes longer but i figure it out eventually......good luck
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