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Old 03-22-2011, 04:13 AM   #4201
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sizheng.... by theory, can we get 119 as low temp as 211 if we put the delay more and ramp lower than 18...?
Zamrioo, I really don't know that.
I think it depends on the driving style and the track layout, not the setting.
But in most cases, if the tuobo delay time is above 0.4s , I think these two versions are almost the same. Because boost timing is used up or nearly used up.
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Old 03-22-2011, 04:47 AM   #4202
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Thanks for the update and i believe it to be true this time but ill ask once again a simple question
Which Motor( styled and what identifiction marks) are being ROAR APROVED
We have some motors here but with the lack of detail on them exactly which ones being are being aproved and as i had to buy a speed passion in the mean time to keep racing
The hobby wing motors work well with their software and your work is appreciated but this lack of detail is very frustrating
Im sticking with hobby wing the stuff is incredibley reliable A affordable prices

All the best
This is what the motors for approvla look like

Dark blue are 3.5T,4.5T mod all with adjustable timing end bell

Blue are 5.5T,6.5T fixed timing mod

light blue are the 8.5T,10.5T,13.5T,17.5T and 21.5T all with fixed timing

The larger motors are the 1/8th scale 2000kv and 2250kv

please also look at the Hobbywing website for specs .It has alot of information go to 1/10th brushless systems and the motors will be on the bottom of the page .

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is there any difference in these two motor

13.5T Sensored Brushless Motor Blue BRCA
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13.5T Sensored Brushless Motor Gunmetal


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is there any difference in these two motor

13.5T Sensored Brushless Motor Blue BRCA
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13.5T Sensored Brushless Motor Gunmetal


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SAME SAME
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Old 03-22-2011, 05:58 AM   #4205
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Zamrioo, I really don't know that.
I think it depends on the driving style and the track layout, not the setting.
But in most cases, if the tuobo delay time is above 0.4s , I think these two versions are almost the same. Because boost timing is used up or nearly used up.
sizheng have you run V3.0_110213 ?
and work's with Turbo ?
and what about the new updates, that Michael will release ?
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SAME SAME
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I found that taking it back to an early version of the Hobbywing 2 in 1 box fw first then updating with the new SP stuff was the only way I could do it. If I tried to just go from the out of the box fw the SP software wouldn't update.
This is the LCD box we are talking about not speedo.
So i got to downgrade from what it has to way back on the hobbyking menu and then install the new menu from sp on it. i bought the lcd box from hobby partz for 17.70 kinda hard to beat that.
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Old 03-22-2011, 06:29 AM   #4208
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Old 03-22-2011, 08:09 AM   #4209
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BRCA have only approved the Blue ones something to do with the possibility that the colour may make a difference to how fast the car goes ::sigh::
how strange .....

mite order one later ...
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So i got to downgrade from what it has to way back on the hobbyking menu and then install the new menu from sp on it. i bought the lcd box from hobby partz for 17.70 kinda hard to beat that.
That's what I did and it worked fine. Had to try a couple of time as sometimes I got the error in connection halfway through. Also this is how I got SP software back on my Speed passion speedo.
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since the HW 1S thread is quiet, might as well ask my question here...

any set-up suggestions running 119mod with a SP 4.0 v2 motor? roll-out? (running 1S). Track is medium/large asphalt track with low/mid traction.

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This is what the motors for approvla look like

Dark blue are 3.5T,4.5T mod all with adjustable timing end bell

Blue are 5.5T,6.5T fixed timing mod

light blue are the 8.5T,10.5T,13.5T,17.5T and 21.5T all with fixed timing

The larger motors are the 1/8th scale 2000kv and 2250kv

please also look at the Hobbywing website for specs .It has alot of information go to 1/10th brushless systems and the motors will be on the bottom of the page .

thank you


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So the Hobbywing XERUN Motors they sell at rcmart are Silver does that mean they will not be on the approved list ? In which case what is the difference ?

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/rc-bru...t-p-33222.html
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So i got to downgrade from what it has to way back on the hobbyking menu and then install the new menu from sp on it. i bought the lcd box from hobby partz for 17.70 kinda hard to beat that.
Hobbyking ?
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is there a usa distributor for hobbywing esc's yet?
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Old 03-22-2011, 07:19 PM   #4215
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Default Hobbywing Cut-off Voltage

while the cut-off voltage is critical,
the esc Fan still not getting Cut-Off.
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