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Old 09-26-2009, 06:57 AM   #841
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is it possible to advance the SP 11.5 V2's timing????
Yup you can adjust the timing on 11.5 V2 motor.Most of the time we didnt adjust it at my place as at neutral position its quite fast already...
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Old 09-26-2009, 07:46 AM   #842
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Would that be normal for GT2.0Pro running 4.5T on 45C-50C
i dont think you are wearing sp fan, do you ?

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I am using the stock fan of the speed control.
Tommorow that i would go to the track i check it again and tell you.
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Old 09-26-2009, 09:02 PM   #843
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Adam, 1) did you get a head count at vegas concerning 'booster vs rec pack' ?

2) Has anyone had issues with mechanical timing adjustment on the new V3 motors?
I picked up a 17.5 that came from Vegas.....just touchin', playing with the new jewel and noticed that the sensor plug would not turn past center to the advanced side. I did some investigating and found that the sensor was indeed hitting/rubbing against the stator windings!
The motor was not used at all...not soldered in or even bolted in yet, as new, in the package as it gets!

This could help explain some of my sensor failures.....impact causing the winding to slap the sensor board!

Just what I found....looking forward to runnin the 13.5 version when it gets here
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Old 09-27-2009, 12:25 PM   #844
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Yup you can adjust the timing on 11.5 V2 motor.Most of the time we didnt adjust it at my place as at neutral position its quite fast already...
hi i would like to adjust the v2 17.5 motor timing maybe 10 degrees or so... how do we do this? I did not see anything in the manual..

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Is it the general finding , now, with adjustable timining on the can, that for 17.5 it is better to crank can and esc timing up and gear down a bit to keep temps in check? Or is it still gear to the moon and play with timing on the esc to gain top end and keep temps in check?
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I am using the stock fan of the speed control.
Tommorow that i would go to the track i check it again and tell you.
Today in the track ( outdoors tarmac ) with near 30C outside temp , the speed control was at 45C , motor 60C , lipo 45C .
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The 2.0 lpf will run on 1S lipo, right? Has anyone been running it in their 1/12? What ver, software for 10.5 1S lipo 1/12, on a medium technical track??
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Hi,

Is it ok for me to use 12AWG wire going from my GT2.0 LPF to my v3.0 13.5t motor ? i notice its 14AWG that come with my speed control

Thanks in advance
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The 2.0 lpf will run on 1S lipo, right? Has anyone been running it in their 1/12? What ver, software for 10.5 1S lipo 1/12, on a medium technical track??
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The 2.0 lpf will run on 1S lipo, right? Has anyone been running it in their 1/12? What ver, software for 10.5 1S lipo 1/12, on a medium technical track??
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The 2.0 lpf will run on 1S lipo, right? Has anyone been running it in their 1/12? What ver, software for 10.5 1S lipo 1/12, on a medium technical track??
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Is it ok for me to use 12AWG wire going from my GT2.0 LPF to my v3.0 13.5t motor ? i notice its 14AWG that come with my speed control

Thanks in advance
anyone ? dont wanna fit it until im sure ??
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Is it ok for me to use 12AWG wire going from my GT2.0 LPF to my v3.0 13.5t motor ? i notice its 14AWG that come with my speed control

Thanks in advance
anyone ? dont wanna fit it until im sure ??

Today 10:58 AManyone ? dont wanna fit it until im sure ??
that's better than 14AWG
12 AWG is lower resistance than 14 AWG.
but you would also get more heavier with that wire, due to more weight,
when comparing to the same wire length.
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Old 09-28-2009, 02:47 AM   #855
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For stock motors, I run 14 AWG. But to the battery its still 12AWG.
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