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Old 07-25-2014, 08:23 PM   #121
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Top man, thank you. So gearing is in the middle then, it's not super torquey and needing a low fdr and not a rpm screamer needing a high fdr either.
correct,they dont like to rev too high but play around with the fdr ,feels similar to a gm race, someone at the top of the page suggested 50 deg timing,i never went higher than 32deg ,but i never got it to work as well as my x20,so needed more time with it,im running blinky now
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i ran mine with 32 end bell timing 30 boost and 39 turbo,(they need a lot of boost/turbo) and 6.9 fdr
temps were around 85c on a hot day
this was info i got from a team driver at wlrc
please remember that boost and turbo combined has 64 steps when used together boost always takes precedent over turbo so at 30 boost and 39 turbo you are actually on 34 turbo and 30 boost 64 steps total above 64 steps any extra turbo makes no difference now if you ran 64 boost and 34 turbo your turbo would be zero if you ran 40 boost and 30 turbo your turbo would actually be 24 .I hope i havent confused you but always remember that boost will always have precedent over turbo you wont have an issue.
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So I've been running the 13.5 in blinky tourer for a couple of days now. I'm using an Orion r10 pro and a wtf trumpet fan and I can't get this motor above 35c. I played with gearing today and timing on the can. I've ended up setting the timing around 45 on the can and 4.4fdr. I tested fdr from 5.4 to 3.8 today. It's cool here and all and I'm one of the fastest cars in the class but the temps it runs are unbelievable.

Has anyone run this motor past the last timing mark? Another's thought on gearing and timing for blinky tourer are appreciated.
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Old 07-26-2014, 02:37 AM   #124
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So I've been running the 13.5 in blinky tourer for a couple of days now. I'm using an Orion r10 pro and a wtf trumpet fan and I can't get this motor above 35c. I played with gearing today and timing on the can. I've ended up setting the timing around 45 on the can and 4.4fdr. I tested fdr from 5.4 to 3.8 today. It's cool here and all and I'm one of the fastest cars in the class but the temps it runs are unbelievable.

Has anyone run this motor past the last timing mark? Another's thought on gearing and timing for blinky tourer are appreciated.
The motors dont run above 75 degrees c even in the hottest climate example thailand its all in the materials we use you get what you paid for as they say.Im glad your happy with the v10
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Old 07-26-2014, 02:44 AM   #125
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My 21.5t v10 barely gets warm in my touring car, using 3.5fdr with 40deg timing

These motors are very well built! Can't wait for the new blinky esc!
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Old 07-26-2014, 04:31 AM   #126
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please remember that boost and turbo combined has 64 steps when used together boost always takes precedent over turbo so at 30 boost and 39 turbo you are actually on 34 turbo and 30 boost 64 steps total above 64 steps any extra turbo makes no difference now if you ran 64 boost and 34 turbo your turbo would be zero if you ran 40 boost and 30 turbo your turbo would actually be 24 .I hope i havent confused you but always remember that boost will always have precedent over turbo you wont have an issue.
this is with an orion r10
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Old 07-26-2014, 12:58 PM   #127
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Used my V10 5.5t today in my Awesomatix on a 1:8 track, very sunny and hot weather (track temp @ 41C), 30 timing on the end bell, 30 timing and 20 boost, the motor was incredibly fast, super smooth at the bottom and can't go over 85c (yeah racing 30x30 tornado fan). I noticed that brakes were super strong, a bit surprised at first but it was quickly corrected.

I'm super happy with this motor, one of the best purchase I did since I'm in RC
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I can't remember the specific value, it's 50-60 of total timing is all the motor can actually handle. The numbers in the speedo are just values, step, percentages not actual degree's as we all believe them to be.
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Old 07-29-2014, 09:43 AM   #129
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will hobbywing v10 13.5 motor run with muchmore fleta pro esc? any experience?
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Any gearing & timing suggestions for V10 10.5 for blinky touring? Track is 91 by 30 feet.
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Any gearing & timing suggestions for V10 10.5 for blinky touring? Track is 91 by 30 feet.
gearing 6 timing 20
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Hi

Anyone running the v10 i 1:12 mod?
I see for other brands it's common to fit a smaller rotor, but for the V10 i cannot find a smaler rotr than 12,5mm. Is this also good for 1:12?
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Anyone running the v10 i 1:12 mod?
I see for other brands it's common to fit a smaller rotor, but for the V10 i cannot find a smaler rotr than 12,5mm. Is this also good for 1:12?
what are you trying to achieve more torque or more rpm? More torque use a larger rotor 13.0 or 13.5 mm for rpm a small rotor 12.5mm or 12.3
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what are you trying to achieve more torque or more rpm? More torque use a larger rotor 13.0 or 13.5 mm for rpm a small rotor 12.5mm or 12.3
I know that. I have not tried the motor yet (only race 12 scal during winter), so i don't know what i want
I am just wondering if anyone has tried it for 1:12 mod and how they experience it and if there even exists a smaller rotor for the v10. A smaler rotor will also help on runtimne, and that is a trugle at som of the tracks we run here.
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After a little advice I have a 17.5 and run it in my T4-14 I mainly run at Stafford and will be at the next Bedworth meeting. I run it at 2.9 and the motor come off quite hot temp could not say as do not have a temp gun.

The advice that I am looking for is a good gearing and what adjustment I need to do on the end bell trimming

I run it with a V3.1 stock speck speedo in blindly and again not altered any settings in the speedo. Is there also a site to get or see other racers set ups

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