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Old 03-06-2011, 10:03 AM   #3571
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i like you M7H,

That's True Guys it's "60" on version 3.0_110119
and what ever the timing is set to over 60 Steps ex:70, it's end is 60
by completing the Priority it's the Boost first, or completing with the turbo if the full throttle is activated.
an excellent technologies that Michael build.

and Angelo have been showing the new 110211 (213)_STOCK Firmware
that it has "64"

which is "4" over timed than the theory 60, it's a new secret.
Take the manual, and delete the word "Degrees" from the manual, and you have a more realistic explaination.

If 119 actually had 60deg, then I would have fried my motor along time ago.

1224: 0-38 Degrees, Turbo 0-16 Degrees (I always run 8)
0119: 0-60 STEPS, Turbo 0-40 STEPS.

With 119 you can run a total combination of 60 STEPS. Now if you can run 60 Steps of Boost, and 30 steps of Turbo.. Then you could get close to your 60 degrees, but that doesnt seem to be the case.

Micheal has already stated here on RC Tech 38deg of boost is 54 steps, so, at best you are getting 40 deg of actual timing.

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Didnt think that would slip past you, you are correct. However, I have run 75 degrees on a motor, and it slowed the motor down, and created alot of heat. I left the Novak at N (30) and ran the 46deg from the 1224 software, motor was dead slow, and created alot of heat. I should have probably run the overheat protection.. Oh well.

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you run 75 Degrees is in incorrect way,

The V3.0_110119
is really 60
The new firmware 110211 (213)_STOCK
64 is a different method.
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Take the manual, and delete the word "Degrees" from the manual, and you have a more realistic explaination.

If 119 actually had 60deg, then I would have fried my motor along time ago.


1224: 0-38 Degrees, Turbo 0-16 Degrees (I always run 8)
0119: 0-60 STEPS, Turbo 0-40 STEPS.

With 119 you can run a total combination of 60 STEPS. Now if you can run 60 Steps of Boost, and 30 steps of Turbo.. Then you could get close to your 60 degrees, but that doesnt seem to be the case.

Micheal has already stated here on RC Tech 38deg of boost is 54 steps, so, at best you are getting 40 deg of actual timing.

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yes you are fried them if you run wrong motor, and bad FDR.
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Old 03-06-2011, 10:16 AM   #3574
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you run 75 Degrees is in incorrect way,

The V3.0_110119
is really 60
The new firmware 110211 (213)_STOCK
64 is a different method.

Irgo, maybe you could explain how the FW works in better detail then. You seem to have some sort of inside knowledge, about new techniciques of applying electrical current in some special fashion that defy's all logic, and re-writes the rules of physics.

I have some friends at the univeristy that might be interested in your theory, you could probably publish your own paper on the topic.

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Irgo, maybe you could explain how the FW works in better detail then. You seem to have some sort of inside knowledge, about new techniciques of applying electrical current in some special fashion that defy's all logic, and re-writes the rules of physics.

I have some friends at the univeristy that might be interested in your theory, you could probably publish your own paper on the topic.

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This is something that Brushed Motor Can't do.
and it's Method is not out of the physics it self.

let it be Michael Secret's For a while,
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This is something that Brushed Motor Can't do.
and it's Method is not out of the physics it self.

let it be Michael Secret's For a while,
You need to do some reading in a text book.
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I have not been able to find a true outlet that sells the Xerun stuff here in the US. I can find many places overseas and on ebay. Anyone have any suggestions?

Also was thinking of putting the Xerun 120amp in a SC10 4x4 with a 550 can motor (when the truck comes out). Will the 120amp version be able to handle this kind of application and does Hobbywing sell a 550 can motor series?
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I have not been able to find a true outlet that sells the Xerun stuff here in the US. I can find many places overseas and on ebay. Anyone have any suggestions?

Also was thinking of putting the Xerun 120amp in a SC10 4x4 with a 550 can motor (when the truck comes out). Will the 120amp version be able to handle this kind of application and does Hobbywing sell a 550 can motor series?
To my knowledge their is no current North American dist. You have to order from overseas. Rc-Fans88 has been good, and Cherry2Blost has a site as well. HobbyPartz has them as well, but I have found they never seem to have stock.

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To my knowledge their is no current North American dist. You have to order from overseas. Rc-Fans88 has been good, and Cherry2Blost has a site as well. HobbyPartz has them as well, but I have found they never seem to have stock.

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We got 'em and I will ship it out to you FOC ....coz I am nice like that
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Cherry, did you get my PM a week or so ago?? Think I've convinced a few new HW drivers at the track today!

First time outdoors for a long while and the Xtreme's first run in 10.5. Really impressed and there's definitely some more scope for adjustment for it as I'm nowhere near up to correct tuning yet. Running on a long straight (60m) I noticed the car accelerate more towards the end, guessing I need to turn the start RPM down to utilise the boost more.

Really happy with the 119 software. More testing to come.
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have you recalibrated the esc after installing the firmware ?

I followed this steps ... :

- First all connected selecting the 2-in-1 program box as device.
- Upgraded all.
- Next went to ESC as device.
- Upgraded all.
- Configured all to 508 version no turbo.
- Applied all.


thats it.

performance wise i think its STOCK, but i cant see the led blinking on neutral so im preocupied for technical check at race.

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Can you use the program box for multiple esc's at one time? Example can I plug into my Xerun 120a 1s in my 1/12 and then plug it into say my Xerun 80a esc in my 1/8?
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Hi all...I really need some help with 0119 120A v2.1..This is my first race with electric car and i need to now what is wrong with my settings.My car was very fast at the straight but in chickenes no power.Also in 6 min i have a loss of power(7min race)I run with xray 09 with 43t/20t pulleys 84/27 and my settings are MOTOR 10,5 NOSRAM STORM EVOLUTION/NOSRAM 5300/40C
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Thanks for advance and sorry for my english nice forum by the way........be good i m niewbe.
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Cherry, did you get my PM a week or so ago?? Think I've convinced a few new HW drivers at the track today!

First time outdoors for a long while and the Xtreme's first run in 10.5. Really impressed and there's definitely some more scope for adjustment for it as I'm nowhere near up to correct tuning yet. Running on a long straight (60m) I noticed the car accelerate more towards the end, guessing I need to turn the start RPM down to utilise the boost more.

Really happy with the 119 software. More testing to come.
No I didn't bud would you resend it please
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Can you use the program box for multiple esc's at one time? Example can I plug into my Xerun 120a 1s in my 1/12 and then plug it into say my Xerun 80a esc in my 1/8?
Yes that works fine
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