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Old 03-10-2011, 12:52 AM   #6691
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Hi Guys!

I have SP 2.1 ProStock ESC and a SP 13.5 V3 motor.

Whats a good starting gear ration of this setting?

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Old 03-10-2011, 07:13 AM   #6692
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I too am looking for a good starting point for 12th scale 17.5 boosted with a 2.1EX and 17.5 V3 1 cell... I've been through the manuals, and haven't seen a recommendation for settings and rollout.
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so... still no prices on the new sportsman v3 motors?
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Old 03-11-2011, 06:32 AM   #6694
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I too am looking for a good starting point for 12th scale 17.5 boosted with a 2.1EX and 17.5 V3 1 cell... I've been through the manuals, and haven't seen a recommendation for settings and rollout.
Also, what version firmware is best to use for this setup?
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Old 03-11-2011, 03:55 PM   #6695
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Hi Guys!

Is the plastic bottom case available separately for the SP ProStock 2.1?

I have a few cracks in it .
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so... still no prices on the new sportsman v3 motors?
Should be release soon...but should be around the same as the V2 motor.
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Is the plastic bottom case available separately for the SP ProStock 2.1?

I have a few cracks in it .
Contact SP USA office and talk to the boss there and he will get you couple of those.
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Old 03-12-2011, 12:17 AM   #6698
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Contact SP USA office and talk to the boss there and he will get you couple of those.
Even though I am located in Australia? I don't mind paying.

How would I go about getting in contact with him?

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Old 03-12-2011, 12:26 AM   #6699
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Talk about case,

Solara, Will Speed Passion release Case gasket, for SP GT2.0 and GT2.1 ?
Shielded case or something like that...

ex: "Highly water-resistant case with protective silicone gasket"
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I would highly doubt it. A sealed case would be useless since water can still get in the top through the sensor connector, switch and rx ports.
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I too am looking for a good starting point for 12th scale 17.5 boosted with a 2.1EX and 17.5 V3 1 cell... I've been through the manuals, and haven't seen a recommendation for settings and rollout.
I am looking for this information also!
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I would highly doubt it. A sealed case would be useless since water can still get in the top through the sensor connector, switch and rx ports.
it works
as i found a disturbing sensored socket by flood of water, will result
only sensored disabled and switch to sensoreless.
no electricity shortage may cause burned. (safety technology)

Unless the one at the rx wire sockets and fan sockets.
and yes the switch wire.
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Hi there I am new to EP and I need to change the end/timing bell on my new sp 13.5T motor. How do I go about this?

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Hi there I am new to EP and I need to change the end/timing bell on my new sp 13.5T motor. How do I go about this?

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Loosen the 3 screws on the front of the motor , push slightly on them to loosen the rear end of the motor and move the sensor plug to 10 , i wouldnt advise running less then this as the movors get warm quickly and power is lower

dont forget to tighten the 3 screws BUT not too much
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Old 03-12-2011, 10:37 AM   #6705
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hey guys i have the GT2.0Pro with the stock softwere in it and my question is i am trying out tomorrow with my 6.5 motor and i want to know if it is safe to run in this setting or should i switch back to the mod firmwere into it

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