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Old 03-09-2011, 08:01 PM   #3736
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Speed controllers, make things speed up and slow down, right?


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Old 03-09-2011, 08:11 PM   #3738
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Speed controllers, make things speed up and slow down, right?
Wonder if Hobbywing make ESC's for thosetoo How much timing could you put into that
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Wonder if Hobbywing make ESC's for thosetoo How much timing could you put into that
The way Ed was moving at Rainbow bar I would say he was on full boost and turbo
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Old 03-09-2011, 08:28 PM   #3740
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Am confused now.

when connected to speedo only mine says 'Hobbywing V1.07-110119' when you press 'item' it says connecting to to esc version 211

Is that what you get ?
you are seein on your LCD Programmer,
so it showed, "Hobbywing V1.07-110119" IS the LCD firmware.
after you Click item it is Connecting to your esc ex "connecting FW 3.0_110211" is your esc Firmware

that's 2 Steps accessing hardware firmware.
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The way Ed was moving at Rainbow bar I would say he was on full boost and turbo
I have to admit, I'm in a fit of giggles reading that! I'll pick myself off the floor in a minute...
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Old 03-09-2011, 08:40 PM   #3742
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Wonder if Hobbywing make ESC's for thosetoo How much timing could you put into that
Could put a few hours worth of time-in...

time-in, timing.. geddit? Ok, I promise to stop now...
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Old 03-09-2011, 08:45 PM   #3743
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Could put a few hours worth of time-in...

time-in, timing.. geddit? Ok, I promise to stop now...
Look ! See what you started !!
Now go stand in the Naughty corner !!!
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Now go stand in the Naughty corner !!!
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Old 03-09-2011, 09:30 PM   #3745
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Default Hobbywing V3.0_110125STOCK

V3.0_110125STOCK
the Throttle curved is different,
lighter acceleration at 0~50% throttle (boost area).

This one had already the 64
but i did not pay too much on performance yet,

i found a bit bug, during first update of this firmware,
throttle is dead, forward and backward,
this is very unusual.

the next i recalibrate, once it's calibrated throttle active it self,
so quickly i turned off the esc.
twice calibration, the result the same, throttle active it self.

something is wrong.....

so i switch to old firmware v3_110119,and calibrate successful (no problem).

then again i returned to update V3.0_110125STOCK 3x&fail, then 4th successful.
then calibrate result successful.

that's the story i don't know what's wrong.

but untill now the V3.0_110125STOCK work's fine.
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Default Hobbywing V3.0_110211STOCK

V3.0_110211STOCK
i Skip this one
because the Bad thing is this Firmware is only make more cooler and even faster compared to V3.0_110119STOCK

i found no bug yet here...
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Old 03-09-2011, 10:51 PM   #3747
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Default bug green light

...
i saw sighting, it was green blinking light.
thanks for the dark, it is very clear, that it was happen that day.
and almost missed this one

and it was identified the scenario as switching to sensorless.
slowing down.
this is eventually happen when kicked.


i made restart by switching off and on the esc, returned to normal.

these need Michael to explain why..ASAP.
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Old 03-09-2011, 11:26 PM   #3748
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I had heard about the 518stock but never used it - so today i compared the 518stock with the 119Stock firmware.

Nothing too scientific here but hopefully it will be of some value to people.

Newcastle / Sugar Valley
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Tamiya Kit Tyres
XeRun 60a / XeRun 17.5t
Intellect 2S 4000mah 20c
119 Stock
FDR 6.00:1
DDRS 9
#9 = 32
#10 = 18/0.1sec
#12 = 24
#13 = 3000rpm
#14 = 0.3sec
#15 = 250
Lap Time: 21.6sec

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Tamiya TB-03
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XeRun 60a / XeRun 17.5t
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518 Stock
FDR 6.00:1
DDRS 7
#9 = 21degrees
#12 = 8degrees
#13 = 3000rpm
#14 = 0.4sec
#15 = 300

Lap Time: 21.1sec

I can see what all the fuss is about now. The 518Stock just feels so much smoother than the 119stock.

However, I do think the 119stock has a lot more power / top end speed.
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Old 03-10-2011, 12:47 AM   #3749
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What's the difference between the 211 and 213?
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Old 03-10-2011, 02:54 AM   #3750
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M7h, Try 110211, feel the turbo release feeling. The only small difference between 0211 and 0213 is that. Hope you can tell the result and you are really a good driver. Thank you.
I will!, you made me curious!


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What's the difference between the 211 and 213?
According to sizheng, the way the turbo is released....
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