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Old 07-14-2011, 06:12 PM   #5611
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ordered me a Tamiya TA06 today

only mod motor i have today is a hobbywing 8.5t
will be using a 120a esc

what gearing should i start with? and any recommendations on what firmware and a start setup?

will be driving on a large asphalt track
i am juz guessing for hw 8.5t, fdr 8.0 with accl 350... because my hw 10.5t use fdr 7.6 with accl 300 at 200ft straight line track...
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Old 07-15-2011, 10:25 AM   #5612
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It will fit just fine, and you will notice that with a 17.5 boosted the ESC doesnt get warm, even without a fan. I have also used a 120A 1S ESC in my 1/12 scale car, and it fits fine, although is rather large and heavy for stock.


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Shawn, i heard that the new v3 would support 1s and 2s and replace the v2.1 1s,while the current v2.1 2s-3s will be continue in the market.
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Old 07-15-2011, 10:42 AM   #5613
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Hi all I have updated my website and added in the information section
my HobbyWing Extreme stock setups ........... More to follow

The setups on there have got me to 3 podium finishes in the last 3 big meetings I have attended ...............

Take a look at www.car69.me.uk

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Old 07-15-2011, 03:27 PM   #5614
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Hi all I have updated my website and added in the information section
my HobbyWing Extreme stock setups ........... More to follow

The setups on there have got me to 3 podium finishes in the last 3 big meetings I have attended ...............

Take a look at www.car69.me.uk
Looks good, but not all them are clear as to what wind motor or what the motor timing/settings might be. Otherwise, very useful info.

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Sorry Phil going though them now ! I missed bits out LOL
All the sheets on there at the moment are running 21.5 motors

I am Updating them over the weekend

Thanks for the input
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just wondering which software is blinky thanks
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just wondering which software is blinky thanks
use 508 mate....
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Old 07-16-2011, 07:18 AM   #5618
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Hello People

I have been quite for a while but actually very busy monitoring ebay sites with hobbywing none genuine products .

What i found even though the photos looked the same they have just been dowloaded from the hobbywing site but the products i purchased as a buyer were counterfeit .

So i remind you buying off ebay sellers your buying at your own risk especially ones based out of hong kong some also use ebay store uk but they are actually based in hong kong so just be very careful as i know how hard it is to come across funds these days and it's important when buying your buying a genuine product .

thats all for now

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Hello People

I have been quite for a while but actually very busy monitoring ebay sites with hobbywing none genuine products .

What i found even though the photos looked the same they have just been dowloaded from the hobbywing site but the products i purchased as a buyer were counterfeit .

So i remind you buying off ebay sellers your buying at your own risk especially ones based out of hong kong some also use ebay store uk but they are actually based in hong kong so just be very careful as i know how hard it is to come across funds these days and it's important when buying your buying a genuine product .

thats all for now

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Are you able to advise which ebay stores (that you know of) are selling "counterfeit" Hobbywing products. Especially since there are currently over 1900 Hobbywing products available to Australia on ebay alone.



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would be great to know who as I am about to buy one and dont really have money to spare on a fake
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would be great to know who as I am about to buy one and dont really have money to spare on a fake
One way to do it is check the negative feedback (if any) and see if there are comments relating to fakes.

Always use paypal as you can always lodge a dispute. Just make sure you do it within the time frame allowed (i think it is 45 days).

***Update. Do a google search for Fake Hobbywing and a few names are mentioned on this thread.
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Honestly with all the negative response to fake HW product I don't know how anyone with Any common sense in their body would buy any HW product off eBay.


Don't be such a tight arse and spend a few bucks extra buying off a reputable HW dealer and have peace of mind knowing your still getting a bargain! We only reap what we sow!
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Maybe these peoples haven't any Hobbywing dealer in their country and forced to use Ebay or something to get desired products.
Like me.

I agree the part of using common sense when buying any product, though..
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just wondering which software is blinky thanks
also wondering what is a good fdr for 21.5 blinky on a a small size track
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also wondering what is a good fdr for 21.5 blinky on a a small size track
try about 3.5 fdr
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