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Old 11-29-2014, 03:16 PM   #196
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hi, i have a problem.
Today giving more boost and turbo to my ESC hobbywing V3.1 1S it shutdown itself and i have crash the car on a wall.
Why it shutdown and dont go on cutoff protection?
I run fresh battery, a V10 4.5T motor.....
Other friend that run the same type of ESC have the same problem....
How i can try to give more power to my car if the ESC shutdown itself and dont leave current to receiver?????
I hope that someone can help me.
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Old 11-29-2014, 07:11 PM   #197
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We run 10.5/1s blinky 1/12th here and I'm coming to grips with my new HW speedy and motor set up. I'm using 48 pitch as it's all I've got. I've ended up running the motor timing at around 45 degrees and tried everything from 30 to max on the can. The car was wicked fast geared 68/34 but was over a second quicker a lap running at 68/30. Can't get the motor over 50c after 8 minute runs no matter what I throw at it. Gearing for temp and Top speed isn't everything sometimes.
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Old 11-30-2014, 01:32 AM   #198
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mine seems to work best around 42-44 as well. 82/83 rollout 13.5 blinky 1/12. gonna try a beefier magnet though as id like a little more punch for my driving style. I was chasing setup problems with the car tonight and a incorrect tire choice but car was fast.
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It's a silly question but I currently have a 13.5t xerun motor (the first blue ones) for 2wd offroad. Do you think a 13.5t v10 will noticably give me more punch ?

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i havent owned a first gen hobbywing motor, but comparing my v10 13.5 to other 13.5s in the club, its much softer and smoother running than they are. it has great rpm, but i think needs a stronger magnet to compete on the torque curve.
im gonna try the 5x12.5 rotor to see the difference. stock the spec motors all come with 7x12.5 which Id assume would give you better rpm. i run the car around 82mm with 42 timing, id expect a little more punch from it with the stronger magnet.

i am very happy with the motor overall, though taking it apart is a little bit of work heh.
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My V10 6.5 feels very agressive, compared to the one of my friend.

I noticed mine came in another box than his (mine came in the newer box) so could it be that the newer ones are more agressive?

Anybody that knows something about this?
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My V10 6.5 feels very agressive, compared to the one of my friend.

I noticed mine came in another box than his (mine came in the newer box) so could it be that the newer ones are more agressive?

Anybody that knows something about this?
You guys have the same ESC's? Same setting on the ESC's? Same timing? Same gearing?
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Are the v10 version motors torque or rpm ???
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Are the v10 version motors torque or rpm ???
12.5 ht rotors in the V10 motors. They are great motors in 13.5.
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received my 12.5x5mm rotor today. this is the rotor that comes stock in the modified series motors but does not have a fan.
I ran my 13.5 blinky 1/12 back to back with the stock rotor and the new rotor to see the difference changing nothing. rollout and timing remained the same within the limits of tire wear.
i have modified my sensor board to turn a little bit more so i have the motor timed around 55. rollout 85/86mm on a 100x36 ozite hd track.
im still chasing the fastest guys in our club but im withing .2/3s average to them.

factory rotor is 12.5x7mm thin magnet. the power band is very smooth with a nice bit of rip as the rpm climbs. almost feels like turbo but its smooth. top speed at the end of the straight was quite good. as good as anything id say. little flat in the infield which is why i wanted to try the meatier rotor.
12.5x5mm thick magnet rotor definitely feels a little stronger just turning the motor over. not orca strong but better.
the car didnt have QUITE as a much by the end of the straight sections but had a great deal more spool up out of corners.
geared up to around 87mm and was able to match the fast paces of the previous saturday.

so i guess on a 3 roll track id run the thick magnet, and thin magnet for 4 rolls or more.
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received my 12.5x5mm rotor today. this is the rotor that comes stock in the modified series motors but does not have a fan.
I ran my 13.5 blinky 1/12
A 12.5x5mm rotor isn't usually legal for stock racing. If you can just run any motor internals, why not change the stator for a 10.5? That'll be loads quicker
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Yet trinity motors are allowed with all the rotor and stator options? Makes sense.

What about all the stock spec reedy and lrp rotors this size that are allowed? Wouldn't really matter if allowed bandit motors though. People would still be racibg with the same people heh.
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I didn't think you could go with a thick magnet in stock classes. 7mm shaft and 12.5mm rotor are the limits in stock. The trinity rotor options at the bottom of the roar list are for mod use only afaik. Sure would be nice to run the trinity 13mm rotor in my heavy cta/vta car!
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received my 12.5x5mm rotor today. this is the rotor that comes stock in the modified series motors but does not have a fan.
I ran my 13.5 blinky 1/12 back to back with the stock rotor and the new rotor to see the difference changing nothing. rollout and timing remained the same within the limits of tire wear.
i have modified my sensor board to turn a little bit more so i have the motor timed around 55. rollout 85/86mm on a 100x36 ozite hd track.
im still chasing the fastest guys in our club but im withing .2/3s average to them.

factory rotor is 12.5x7mm thin magnet. the power band is very smooth with a nice bit of rip as the rpm climbs. almost feels like turbo but its smooth. top speed at the end of the straight was quite good. as good as anything id say. little flat in the infield which is why i wanted to try the meatier rotor.
12.5x5mm thick magnet rotor definitely feels a little stronger just turning the motor over. not orca strong but better.
the car didnt have QUITE as a much by the end of the straight sections but had a great deal more spool up out of corners.
geared up to around 87mm and was able to match the fast paces of the previous saturday.

so i guess on a 3 roll track id run the thick magnet, and thin magnet for 4 rolls or more.
85/86 mm roll out seems high. I run on a 96x40 ozite and use a 68/70mm rollout. It is with a tp Actinium 13.5, (my car is very quick with plenty top end), I cant see a V10 needing that much more rollout.
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Meh. After some googling your right. Though perhaps hobbywing could fill in with a higher torque rotor that is compliant.
Its a smooth motor that likes to rev and never gets hot. I want to like it!

Ps ill try going down to 70ish on the weekend to see. This is blinky remember. Typical rollouts at the top are 83-87 depending on layout at our facility. Whenever I tried to go the other way I simply get murdered.
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