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Old 01-19-2012, 09:36 AM   #1471
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Hi Paul
What setting you run on speedo LRP SXX TC version 2.?
I run motor X12 5.0T and speedo SXX TC version 2 with software 1.5.
What you recommend setting.?
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Old 01-19-2012, 01:21 PM   #1472
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What setting you run on speedo LRP SXX TC version 2.?
I run motor X12 5.0T and speedo SXX TC version 2 with software 1.5.
What you recommend setting.?
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It depends on the size of the track but if i put in a 5.0 100ft track i would start at 2,2,3,4 and go from there. Thanks!
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Old 01-20-2012, 07:23 AM   #1473
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Hi Paul,
What servo do you use in the T3'12?
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Old 01-23-2012, 05:49 AM   #1474
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Hi Paul,

What FDR and motor timing to run on medium sized asphalt track for boosted 10.5? I'm running tekin rs btw.

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Paul,

How should I set the expo on my flysky radio so that my 17.5 speed passion motor and orion esc can power my yokomo to a race win? Oh, and what springs should I run on the back of my bd-5?

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Old 01-24-2012, 06:38 AM   #1476
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What servo do you use in the T3'12?
Hi, with the servo saver i would use the short case 9551, if you want to use a straight servo horn you will have to use a bigger servo.
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What FDR and motor timing to run on medium sized asphalt track for boosted 10.5? I'm running tekin rs btw.

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Hi. This is just a guess but if i had to go run boosted 10.5 right now i would start with a 7.0-7.2 overall ratio, 20deg timing then play with the boost settings while monitoring the temp..

hopefully its not that far off for you.



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How should I set the expo on my flysky radio so that my 17.5 speed passion motor and orion esc can power my yokomo to a race win? Oh, and what springs should I run on the back of my bd-5?

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Hi paul...
Your awesome!

GO GRAVITY RC!!! !

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I would love to go on Doug Hays track at LiveRC..too bad its a couple hours away ! I still don't have a LiveRC account ugh...no $$$ right now, spent it all on books for the semester hahaha!
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[QUOTE=Paul L;10218898]Hi, with the servo saver i would use the short case 9551, if you want to use a straight servo horn you will have to use a bigger servo.

What do you mean by a straight servo horn? Do you use a straight servo horn? What servo do you use?
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I would love to go on Doug Hays track at LiveRC..too bad its a couple hours away ! I still don't have a LiveRC account ugh...no $$$ right now, spent it all on books for the semester hahaha!
Thanks Alex. Im not sure what track that is, Doug lives here, maybe its Brandon from Live RC's track ?.

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Hi, with the servo saver i would use the short case 9551, if you want to use a straight servo horn you will have to use a bigger servo.

What do you mean by a straight servo horn? Do you use a straight servo horn? What servo do you use?
Right now i do use a straight servo horn (no servo saver.) the car drives a little better to me with a straight servo horn, but you will break more. with no servo saver you must use the servo mounts and shue goo the servo in the car, otherwise a slight impact will always move the servo. Currently with no servo saver i am using the 9351, That servo can really take a beating.

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Hey Paul,what diff fluid are you running i see some guys post 500cst,1000 etc are you using shock fluid or a diff fluid?and what weight shock fluid if that is what you are using.see you at the carpet nats
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I guess your phone is still broke....and it doesnt make out going calls anymore.
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I guess your phone is still broke....and it doesnt make out going calls anymore.
Why you gotta dip my line?
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Hey Paul,what diff fluid are you running i see some guys post 500cst,1000 etc are you using shock fluid or a diff fluid?and what weight shock fluid if that is what you are using.see you at the carpet nats
Hi Steve. with having more experience on the rear gear diff now here is what i have concluded lately.
It totally depends on the traction level of the track, for really low bite i have no problem running shock fluid, even 300 or 400, for med bite i will normally run 1k diff fluid, for high bite i usually end up at 2000, for super high traction i will go as high as 3000. It has become for me a huge tuning option to make the car drive properly and be predictable. If it is too thin the car drives funny and if it is too thick the car drives funny but in a different way, but for me it is all about following the traction with the diff oil.

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Why do i want no part of this? lol. its normally about once a year that you guys find the time to bait me in to getting heckled. so maybe i can help.
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Why do i want no part of this? lol. its normally about once a year that you guys find the time to bait me in to getting heckled. so maybe i can help.
"ahhh birds", "thirteen twwwwwooooooo". slightly curled shaking index finger, "Revenge is a dish", Kosovo, fruit punch. etc etc. lol
Huh? Bait? Where do you come up with these supposed conspiracies? BTW, last I heard somebody still wanted to pay you back for the fruit punch......just sayin.
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