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Old 11-17-2011, 02:13 PM   #8236
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what about the fdr or gearing for a long straight?? around 60 meters?? in a T3? any advice on pinion/ spur sizes??

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Old 11-17-2011, 02:29 PM   #8237
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MMM 17.5 and the rest of the MMM motor line up are all instock at Speed Passion Direct Sale site..........but we have shipped out about 24 MMM 17.5 this morning alone. I don't know how many MMM 17.5 is left now.
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Old 11-18-2011, 06:52 AM   #8238
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Hello, i have a question for Solara:
I have a cirtix inspire and cirtix stock. The stock have some fets melted.
Can i use the top board of the stock (with the sensor) to mount on the cirtix inspire?? Have the cirtix inspire the connectors to mount? Will work as sensored?
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Old 11-18-2011, 09:15 AM   #8239
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thanks alot,

what about the fdr or gearing for a long straight?? around 60 meters?? in a T3? any advice on pinion/ spur sizes??

cheers

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Plenty of setup here....

http://www.speedpassion.net/us/escsetup.asp
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Old 11-18-2011, 09:19 AM   #8240
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Hello, i have a question for Solara:
I have a cirtix inspire and cirtix stock. The stock have some fets melted.
Can i use the top board of the stock (with the sensor) to mount on the cirtix inspire?? Have the cirtix inspire the connectors to mount? Will work as sensored?
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:04 AM   #8241
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I am thinking of trying 1/12 1S 17.5 blinky

Used speed passion in the past, but since at the time it was boosted setups in 1/12 couldn't get the GT2.0 to perform like a Tekin RS.

Anyway, what are some of the products from speed passion that people recommend to use for 1/12 1S 17.5 Blinky mode that are the most ease of use?

I also heard something about one of the speed passion motors have the ability to really ramp up the mechanical timing, is that the new MMM motor?
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:07 AM   #8242
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I am thinking of trying 1/12 1S 17.5 blinky

Used speed passion in the past, but since at the time it was boosted setups in 1/12 couldn't get the GT2.0 to perform like a Tekin RS.

Anyway, what are some of the products from speed passion that people recommend to use for 1/12 1S 17.5 Blinky mode that are the most ease of use?

I also heard something about one of the speed passion motors have the ability to really ramp up the mechanical timing, is that the new MMM motor?
My GT2.0 is quicker than my Tekin ever was and a lot smoother than it

The Tekin is now in my buggy in blinky mode ;-)

The GT2.0 is a good speedo for blinky class , no motors can manually ramp timing , it is fixed ,
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:14 AM   #8243
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thats interesting as I thought you could adjust the mechanical timing on the can? I had read that people were using a certain speed passion motor, a sportsman one no less because of its ability to not have any stops on where you could set the mechanical timing?
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thats interesting as I thought you could adjust the mechanical timing on the can? I had read that people were using a certain speed passion motor, a sportsman one no less because of its ability to not have any stops on where you could set the mechanical timing?
Yes you can adjust it on the end of the can

I thought you ment as the motor was turning it would adjust its self haha

you move the sensor board inside the motor by simpally loosening 3 screws it is a good design
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For your Gen XL you are running, are you running boosted or blinky? Also, are you running a voltage booster or just the ESC straight off of the 1S pack?
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:32 AM   #8246
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thats interesting as I thought you could adjust the mechanical timing on the can? I had read that people were using a certain speed passion motor, a sportsman one no less because of its ability to not have any stops on where you could set the mechanical timing?
He meant on the speedo, you can adjust the motor timing in blinky.
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For your Gen XL you are running, are you running boosted or blinky? Also, are you running a voltage booster or just the ESC straight off of the 1S pack?
I run 13.5 boosted , without a voltage booster , i raced modified also last weekend and never had any problems at all

the GT2.0 is great
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:39 AM   #8248
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thanks.

Is it possible to get some pictures of your setup? Also, what servo and receiver do you use?
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I'll get some piccys up soon ,

M11x with the RX451 reciever and a KoPropo servo
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Sorry to interrupt guys but where can I send a speed passion esc to have it warrantied?

Thanks in advance!
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