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Old 12-23-2013, 01:51 AM   #346
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We would like to thanks Angelo from Hobbywing for his big help over the weekend with set-up and instruction for the V3.1 The best ever ESC we have had and also making the fastest time on track that we have ever made.
He also send us a set-up specific for our track with the SP MMM 5,5T that we use. And we have got a very smooth and powerfull set-up.
We can only say....Go for it !!!!!
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Old 12-23-2013, 07:12 AM   #347
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Anyone have some quick tips on the best way to shorten the long wire that goes from the esc to the reciever?

Is it best to cut the wire and clamp on a new connector, or open up the esc and solder the wire off, cutting it, and solder it back on?

Just asking because I have never done it before, but this wire is sooo long.

Sorry for any spelling mistakes
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Old 12-23-2013, 07:53 AM   #348
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We would like to thanks Angelo from Hobbywing for his big help over the weekend with set-up and instruction for the V3.1 The best ever ESC we have had and also making the fastest time on track that we have ever made.
He also send us a set-up specific for our track with the SP MMM 5,5T that we use. And we have got a very smooth and powerfull set-up.
We can only say....Go for it !!!!!
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Do want to share it? I'm also running the Speed Passion MMM (4.5t - 5.5t) motors.
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Old 12-23-2013, 01:20 PM   #349
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I am running the V3.1 in zero timing mode with an SP 13.5T. I was using the Tekin RS Pro before on the same motor, and think the Hobbywing is missing a lot of braking power ??

When I go through the set up on the esc, the brake power is set to 100%.

Any good advise how to get more braking power ?
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Old 12-23-2013, 01:44 PM   #350
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Do want to share it? I'm also running the Speed Passion MMM (4.5t - 5.5t) motors.
Yes off course. Here you are. This is our starting point and we have increased step by step:

v3.0
Device
[Mode:]
Profile5

[Name:]
Stock 5.5T

[Running Mode]
Forward/Brake

[Reverse Speed]
25%

[Voltage Cutoff]
Auto

[ESC Overheat Protection]
125 degree Celsius

[Motor Overheat Protection]
125 degree Celsius


[Punch Rate Switch Point]
51%


[1st Stage Punch Rate]
20

[2nd Stage Punch Rate]
15

[TH Input Curve]
Linear

[Drag Brake]
4%

[Brake Strength] 75%

[Initial Brake]
=Drag Brake 0%

[Brake Rate ]
51%


[1st Stage Brake Rate]
Val:20.0

[2nd Stage Brake Rate]
Val:10.0

[Brake Input Curve]
Linear

[Boost timing]
14deg

[Boost Start RPM ]
14000rpm

[Boost End RPM]
25000rpm

[Boost Slope]
Linear

[Boost Controlled by TH]
Yes

[Turbo Timing]
12deg

[Turbo Activation Method]
Full TH

[Turbo delay]
0.3S

[Turbo Start RPM]
26000rpm

[Turbo Engage slope]
18deg/0.1S

[Turbo Disengage slope]
18deg/0.1S
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Old 12-23-2013, 07:40 PM   #351
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We would like to thanks Angelo from Hobbywing for his big help over the weekend with set-up and instruction for the V3.1 The best ever ESC we have had and also making the fastest time on track that we have ever made.
He also send us a set-up specific for our track with the SP MMM 5,5T that we use. And we have got a very smooth and powerfull set-up.
We can only say....Go for it !!!!!
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Great job! And he is the best!
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Old 12-24-2013, 02:58 AM   #352
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Merry xmas gents and thank you for the kind words .
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Old 12-24-2013, 06:07 AM   #353
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Old 12-24-2013, 06:12 AM   #354
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Hi everyone

I have a hobbywing v3.1 and am
Currently using. 13.5t Revtec. I have tried using the titc
Set up on the hw website but it seems not appropriate for
My 40m straight. I was wondering if any of you have a good
Baseline 13.5 set up that I can use?
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Old 12-27-2013, 01:55 PM   #355
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I am running the V3.1 in zero timing mode with an SP 13.5T. I was using the Tekin RS Pro before on the same motor, and think the Hobbywing is missing a lot of braking power ??

When I go through the set up on the esc, the brake power is set to 100%.

Any good advise how to get more braking power ?

Trying again and hoping someone has a hint.
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Old 12-27-2013, 02:02 PM   #356
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Trying again and hoping someone has a hint.
I have seem some people suggest running the reverse power at 100% as well even if you are using forward / brake only. I have never had a braking issue with any of my Hobbywings (Justock, Xtreme Stock, StockSpec 3.1, 120a v3.1 or SCT Pro), however I have always had the reverse at 100% even if not using it.
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Old 12-27-2013, 04:06 PM   #357
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i changed out the single cap with a 4 cap unit from an old speed passion esc and changed the reverse to 100% stops on a dime and gives u a nickle back
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Trying again and hoping someone has a hint.
Make sure that your motor rotor is shimmed to be as close to your hall sensors of your motor sensor as possible the you will see you braking power will rise
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I'm looking at getting the XERUN-120A-1S V3.1 and would like to know if it roar approved or not.
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Old 12-30-2013, 11:13 PM   #360
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Yes off course. Here you are. This is our starting point and we have increased step by step:

v3.0
Device
[Mode:]
Profile5

[Name:]
Stock 5.5T

[Running Mode]
Forward/Brake

[Reverse Speed]
25%

[Voltage Cutoff]
Auto

[ESC Overheat Protection]
125 degree Celsius

[Motor Overheat Protection]
125 degree Celsius


[Punch Rate Switch Point]
51%


[1st Stage Punch Rate]
20

[2nd Stage Punch Rate]
15

[TH Input Curve]
Linear

[Drag Brake]
4%

[Brake Strength] 75%

[Initial Brake]
=Drag Brake 0%

[Brake Rate ]
51%


[1st Stage Brake Rate]
Val:20.0

[2nd Stage Brake Rate]
Val:10.0

[Brake Input Curve]
Linear

[Boost timing]
14deg

[Boost Start RPM ]
14000rpm

[Boost End RPM]
25000rpm

[Boost Slope]
Linear

[Boost Controlled by TH]
Yes

[Turbo Timing]
12deg

[Turbo Activation Method]
Full TH

[Turbo delay]
0.3S

[Turbo Start RPM]
26000rpm

[Turbo Engage slope]
18deg/0.1S

[Turbo Disengage slope]
18deg/0.1S
are you really using 20 punch 1st and then 15? must be a handful to control the bottom end power ?! dont your motors get hot when using 5.5T and such high punch settings?
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