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Old 02-29-2012, 12:20 PM   #9001
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By the way, one more thing, would you use the 323stock software with a 9.5R Speed passion V3 motor or at that point, do you use a mod software?
If you know what you are doing, 323Stock is fine for any motor in my opinion. I run 4.5T with timing on the 323Stock software. Mod software is soooo last year

But then again, if you don't know 100% what you are doing, mod software will be safer to use with mod motors.
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Old 02-29-2012, 01:01 PM   #9002
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so what are the things that you turn down or off when using the 323 software with mod motors?

For the 4x4 SCT setup, I may just use the 205Mod software to be safe.
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Old 02-29-2012, 03:14 PM   #9003
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so what are the things that you turn down or off when using the 323 software with mod motors?

For the 4x4 SCT setup, I may just use the 205Mod software to be safe.
The only difference is that you can add much more boost timing and turbo timing with the stock software. I don't know the exact numbers, but the mod software limits it more so you can't overtime the motor as easily. Using the stock software, keep the boost and turbo at reasonable levels and you'll be fine. I will say that with a 5.0t motor, I use more boost + turbo timing in 323_Stock that 528_Mod would allow me to use.
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I am looking to upgrade the rotor in my v3.0 7.5r. I am running a tekin 7.5r esc and want to get more power out if the motor. Does changing the rotor make an impact on the escs performance?

What are the main differences in rotors? I notice "max power" and" long run time" but can you ease explain it more in depth?

Do you also reccomend a specific rotor for someone wanting more punch?

And what about upgrading the bearing to ceramic ones?
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I am looking to upgrade the rotor in my v3.0 7.5r. I am running a tekin 7.5r esc and want to get more power out if the motor. Does changing the rotor make an impact on the escs performance?

What are the main differences in rotors? I notice "max power" and" long run time" but can you ease explain it more in depth?

Do you also reccomend a specific rotor for someone wanting more punch?

And what about upgrading the bearing to ceramic ones?
the smaller ID the rotor is the more rpm will be produced
as for the bearing i use the SP ceramic ones in my 17.5 and they do spin nicely how ever i don't notice a lot of difference on the track i am sure they play there part with less drag and resistance
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the smaller ID the rotor is the more rpm will be produced
as for the bearing i use the SP ceramic ones in my 17.5 and they do spin nicely how ever i don't notice a lot of difference on the track i am sure they play there part with less drag and resistance
But the different colors mention attributes that can be modified. I'm leaning towards either the Red or green. It's being used indoor carpet tc Running a 7.5r or outside prepped concrete.
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Does anyone know how well is the performance of MMM series 4.5R motor? have anyone tested?
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Anyone now a estimate release date for the revention pro? Not 2012 as its a big time frame
Reventon PRO After the WORLD CHAMP....September 2012?

Reventon S, R and Club Stock Spec....later this month, early April.
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Good to see he snuck in. Also i thaught Marc Fischer ran GM stuff ? did he make a move to SP for this race or earlier ? cheers.
We just signed Marc right before the TITC and he won....
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Does anyone know how well is the performance of MMM series 4.5R motor? have anyone tested?
5 out of 10 TITC A-Main are using the MMM 4.5 motor with SP ESC....it is that or nothing.
Actually Atsushi Hara, overall 3rd place finishes was using the Speed Passion ProStock 2.1 and GT2 PRO ESC for the TITC event.......

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5 out of 10 TITC A-Main are using the MMM 4.5 motor with SP ESC....it is that or nothing.
Actually Atsushi Hara, overall 3rd place finishes was using the Speed Passion ProStock 2.1 and GT2 PRO ESC for the TITC event.......
What did he use the Prostock one for?
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What did he use the Prostock one for?
Believe it or not...he was using the PROSTOCK ESC along with a 8.5 motor and major boost setup for the MOD....and still qualified 5th overall. He used the Prostock on 1st day qualifier and GT2 PRO for the 2nd day qualifier for specific reason....amazing driver.
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5 out of 10 TITC A-Main are using the MMM 4.5 motor with SP ESC....it is that or nothing.
Actually Atsushi Hara, overall 3rd place finishes was using the Speed Passion ProStock 2.1 and GT2 PRO ESC for the TITC event.......

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Old 03-02-2012, 11:09 AM   #9014
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Believe it or not...he was using the PROSTOCK ESC along with a 8.5 motor and major boost setup for the MOD....and still qualified 5th overall. He used the Prostock on 1st day qualifier and GT2 PRO for the 2nd day qualifier for specific reason....amazing driver.
Haha, and it didn't over heat?
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Haha, and it didn't over heat?
He got 3rd overall....and he is HARA afterall. Overheat...? Really..?
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