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Old 03-07-2011, 11:08 AM   #3616
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Wow great story !!!
But I still want to know how Irgo has this fab new software and the team here in the UK do not??? Or is he just 'wishing' again?
hey you never know he may be up for a Nobel prize for disproving the Laws of Physics ROFPMSL
friend, like i said it is not out of Laws of Physics.
the 64° on the V3.0_110211 is true 60° +4°
with in range 0°~60° per rotation.

now, i know it's hard for you to understand this secret's,
But at least if you run Brushed Motor, you will understand.
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So, for now let just Michael do his work's
any way i am not 'wishing' like you said, because 64° it is on V3.0_110211 already.
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Old 03-07-2011, 11:16 AM   #3617
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friend, like i said it is not out of Laws of Physics.
the 64° on the V3.0_110211 is true 60° +4°
with in range 0°~60° per rotation.

now, i know it's hard for you to understand this secret's,
But at least if you run Brushed Motor, you will understand.
...
So, for now let just Michael do his work's
any way i am not 'wishing' like you said, because 64° it is on V3.0_110211 already.
Man I been racing Brushed since the early 90's, please don't tell me about brushed, we had all the tricks in the world on Brushed and then some.. So please Just don't lol.
BTW whatever convinced me that water dunking brushed motors was the way to go lol, FFS do it on LiPo and you're likely to blow the cells OMG what WERE we thinking !!!

Right OK so send me the 110211 firmware to sales@racersinexile.co.uk PLEASE so I can look at it. !!!!
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Old 03-07-2011, 11:28 AM   #3618
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Man I been racing Brushed since the early 90's, please don't tell me about brushed, we had all the tricks in the world on Brushed and then some.. So please Just don't lol.
BTW whatever convinced me that water dunking brushed motors was the way to go lol, FFS do it on LiPo and you're likely to blow the cells OMG what WERE we thinking !!!

Right OK so send me the 110211 firmware to sales@racersinexile.co.uk PLEASE so I can look at it. !!!!
well that's good, so since 90's do those trick's
here i am not to force you to understand...
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Old 03-07-2011, 11:29 AM   #3619
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well that's good, so since 90's do those trick's
here i am not to force you to understand...
Firmware? Please?
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Old 03-07-2011, 12:26 PM   #3620
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Firmware? Please?
i thought the new Firmware is still tested ? and why don't you Asked Angelo ?
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Old 03-07-2011, 01:57 PM   #3621
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Hello, dear driver, I just attended the European Championship 1 / 12 IN FRANCE, Friday and Saturday I had the 9th place in A final shockt, and Sunday morning the first place the B final, I Tekin esc, my big problem
and all the drivers on the spot with the departure of Tekin's end, there
significant dead time on the radio, you start at the top is lined by the pilot
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Director of other brand vario and my well confirmed that it was a problem with Tekin, I ask you to please come to my rescue
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Old 03-07-2011, 01:59 PM   #3622
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Hello, dear driver, I just attended the European Championship 1 / 12 IN FRANCE, Friday and Saturday I had the 9th place in A final stock and Sunday morning the first place the B final, I Tekin esc, my big problem
and all the drivers on the spot with the departure of Tekin's end, there
significant dead time on the radio, you start at the top is lined by the pilot
behind you, and this for all the drivers Tekin. I was even the
Director of other brand vario and my well confirmed that it was a problem with Tekin, I ask you to please come to my rescue
thank you.
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Hello, dear driver, I just attended the European Championship 1 / 12 IN FRANCE, Friday and Saturday I had the 9th place in A final stock and Sunday morning the first place the B final, I Tekin esc, my big problem
and all the drivers on the spot with the departure of Tekin's end, there
significant dead time on the radio, you start at the top is lined by the pilot
behind you, and this for all the drivers Tekin. I was even the
Director of other brand vario and my well confirmed that it was a problem with Tekin, I ask you to please come to my rescue
thank you.
Bonjour, s'il vous plaît donnez-moi la question en français, donc nous sommes plus en mesure de vous aider à trouver une réponse qui peut vous aider.
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Hello, dear driver, I just attended the European Championship 1 / 12 IN FRANCE, Friday and Saturday I had the 9th place in A final stock and Sunday morning the first place the B final, I Tekin esc, my big problem
and all the drivers on the spot with the departure of Tekin's end, there
significant dead time on the radio, you start at the top is lined by the pilot
behind you, and this for all the drivers Tekin. I was even the
Director of other brand vario and my well confirmed that it was a problem with Tekin, I ask you to please come to my rescue
thank you.
Tekin is a very good product of high innovation i hope some tekin guys can help you out.you need to go to the tekin thread on this forum or email jim campbell at tekin and he is will help you out .jcampbell@tekin.com
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Old 03-07-2011, 02:37 PM   #3625
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Hi Guys
I ran a HW Exstreme at a venue yesterday, but everytime I pulled off the start line it seemed to go into sensorless mode, I pulled the car over and a guy pulled a wire out the lipo as the esc was flashing green, and after he plugged it back there was no lights on or flashing, and all seemed ok from then on. I changed the sensor lead, and still the same thing in the 2nd run, anyone have any ideas why this is happening plz..

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Old 03-07-2011, 03:19 PM   #3626
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I had a similar problem. I turned off the lipo cutoff and it went away. I think it's caused from a less than perfect lipo.
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I had a similar problem. I turned off the lipo cutoff and it went away. I think it's caused from a less than perfect lipo.
Cheers for the cuttoff idea, but regards to the lipo being less than perfect, the lipos i used are about 4 runs old, but will give the cuttoff a whirl

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Old 03-07-2011, 05:05 PM   #3628
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I had a similar problem. I turned off the lipo cutoff and it went away. I think it's caused from a less than perfect lipo.
i was checking run with version3 110119 Stock
set the Cutoff 6.7v for safety reason test.
Boost 40
no turbo
drag brake 0%
DRRS 9
Full charged Battery Lipo 5000 2S

i run until the car cut off it self,
0.5 second after it cut off (soft Slowing), i take no throttle,
i ran to the car and take it as fast as possible,
under stand drive i check the Lipo

it is 3.12v each cell then it's 6.24v right it's below cutoff 6.7v

how safe is this, why is it lower than the cutoff?
any better suggestion or updates?
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Old 03-07-2011, 05:29 PM   #3629
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friend, like i said it is not out of Laws of Physics.
the 64° on the V3.0_110211 is true 60° +4°
with in range 0°~60° per rotation.

now, i know it's hard for you to understand this secret's,
But at least if you run Brushed Motor, you will understand.
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So, for now let just Michael do his work's
any way i am not 'wishing' like you said, because 64° it is on V3.0_110211 already.
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Man I been racing Brushed since the early 90's, please don't tell me about brushed, we had all the tricks in the world on Brushed and then some.. So please Just don't lol.
BTW whatever convinced me that water dunking brushed motors was the way to go lol, FFS do it on LiPo and you're likely to blow the cells OMG what WERE we thinking !!!

Right OK so send me the 110211 firmware to sales@racersinexile.co.uk PLEASE so I can look at it. !!!!
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well that's good, so since 90's do those trick's
here i am not to force you to understand...
I'm with Cherry on this, having spoken to the HW guys directly, the 60 (or 64 in your case) is not degrees of timing! It's steps..
You 100% cannot have a motor with more than 90° total timing as it will go backwards!! I repeat again, take a brushed motor, turn the endbell 90° and see what happens... it won't run. Simple. End of Chat.
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i was checking run with version3 110119 Stock
set the Cutoff 6.7v for safety reason test.
Boost 40
no turbo
drag brake 0%
DRRS 9
Full charged Battery Lipo 5000 2S

i run until the car cut off it self,
0.5 second after it cut off (soft Slowing), i take no throttle,
i ran to the car and take it as fast as possible,
under stand drive i check the Lipo

it is 3.12v each cell then it's 6.24v right it's below cutoff 6.7v

how safe is this, why is it lower than the cutoff?
any better suggestion or updates?
Did you turn the car off at all before you ran it the second time? I am wondering if the ESC reset itself, thinking it was a 1S battery after that. Still a scary thought though.
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