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Old 08-17-2011, 02:30 PM   #5896
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Was wondering if you guys could give me a hand with some settings for 10.5 and 13.5 TC indorrs on a carpet track 30m by 14m and a starting FDR?
I've just picked up an Xtreme Stock and will be rinning it with my D3 motors for the first time tomorrow.
I've upgraded to 211 firmware but seems really slow when bench testing.
Anyway - Cheers in advance
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Old 08-17-2011, 02:50 PM   #5897
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I've upgraded to 211 firmware but seems really slow when bench testing.
Anyway - Cheers in advance
Hope you are not running your motor with no load, not good at all for the com.
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Awhile ago now I reverse plugged a battery to my XERUN 120A v2 and tried to send it in for repair just to have have it return to sender. I now have a second 120A v2.1 speedy that keeps losing calibration. I would like to try and send both of these in for service/repair, what is my best option?

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Hi all

Was wondering if you guys could give me a hand with some settings for 10.5 and 13.5 TC indorrs on a carpet track 30m by 14m and a starting FDR?
I've just picked up an Xtreme Stock and will be rinning it with my D3 motors for the first time tomorrow.
I've upgraded to 211 firmware but seems really slow when bench testing.
Anyway - Cheers in advance

Played this weekend and happy with a set up tried for the 13.5 1/10 TC class here. Car stonking fast with very good acceleration!!!! Driver crap (Too fast for his ability)!

XTREME STOCK setting for 13.5 (TEAM POWERS PLUTONIUM 13.5) using a 4000 40C pack. Software 211. FDR on car was 7.4....
Using boost and turbo.

Track #4 Reversed on TFTR site. For reference.

Air temp 19C, track temp average 22C. Motor temps stayed below well 71C.

HW EXTREME settings as listed below

1 - 1
2 - 1
3 - 4
4 - 9
5 - 87.5%
6 - 100%
7 - 0%
8 - 6%
9 - 45
10 - 12
11 - *1
12 - 19
13 - 7000
14 - 0.4sec
15 - 450 (raise this value to decrease temps)

Hope this helps for any one looking for a starting point.

Cheers

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Played this weekend and happy with a set up tried for the 13.5 1/10 TC class here. Car stonking fast with very good acceleration!!!! Driver crap (Too fast for his ability)!

XTREME STOCK setting for 13.5 (TEAM POWERS PLUTONIUM 13.5) using a 4000 40C pack. Software 211. FDR on car was 7.4....
Using boost and turbo.

Track #4 Reversed on TFTR site. For reference.

Air temp 19C, track temp average 22C. Motor temps stayed below well 71C.

HW EXTREME settings as listed below

1 - 1
2 - 1
3 - 4
4 - 9
5 - 87.5%
6 - 100%
7 - 0%
8 - 6%
9 - 45
10 - 12
11 - *1
12 - 19
13 - 7000
14 - 0.4sec
15 - 450 (raise this value to decrease temps)

Hope this helps for any one looking for a starting point.

Cheers

Ren
Thanks Ren. What changes to this would you make for 10.5?
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For 10.5 i would just turn the punch down, no.4 and take the fdr nearer 8, so smaller pinion by a couple of teeth to fight off the heat
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For 10.5 i would just turn the punch down, no.4 and take the fdr nearer 8, so smaller pinion by a couple of teeth to fight off the heat
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Angelo, I saw this posted on another forum. Is it true?

Hobbywing are very good and very popular on the Asian continent but just not on the same level as Orion. Power ratings etc etc are far higher on Orion and that keeps the temps down and motors last a lot longer and it just goes on and on. If you stuty the ratings etc you will soon realise that Orion is in another league.
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No probs. I've been really surpised how much we have been able to crank it up with the 10.5. The settings are very aggresive now and changing the gearing has been the way to beat the heat and it increases the punch out of the slow stuff as well
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No probs. I've been really surpised how much we have been able to crank it up with the 10.5. The settings are very aggresive now and changing the gearing has been the way to beat the heat and it increases the punch out of the slow stuff as well
Settings worked a treat. Cheers guys
Motor was coming off at 50 degrees with plenty of punch and good top end. Went with an FDR of 7.6. Might add a tad timing to the motor next time out.

Thanks again

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Angelo, I saw this posted on another forum. Is it true?

Hobbywing are very good and very popular on the Asian continent but just not on the same level as Orion. Power ratings etc etc are far higher on Orion and that keeps the temps down and motors last a lot longer and it just goes on and on. If you stuty the ratings etc you will soon realise that Orion is in another league.
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All the designing from software to hardware is done by michael and michael only no one else is involved or no one else has the skill or the expertice to do the work anyway .so id let you work out the rest.

Thats like saying Novarossi is not in the same league as RB but novarossi is the designer and the manufacturer .

That statement has come from a user or a distributor not Orion themselves as i know Orion are very proud of there involvement with Hobbywing and make no secret of it .
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Hey Angelo,

Did you get my PM?
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Hi Chris
All the designing from software to hardware is done by michael and michael only no one else is involved or no one else has the skill or the expertice to do the work anyway .so id let you work out the rest.

Thats like saying Novarossi is not in the same league as RB but novarossi is the designer and the manufacturer .

That statement has come from a user or a distributor not Orion themselves as i know Orion are very proud of there involvement with Hobbywing and make no secret of it .
Now why did I think Oople when I saw Chris' original post... oh yes, a couple of Orion sponsored guys pushing the product. No bad thing, but they do need to get their facts straight... (just posted on there Oople thread)
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Settings worked a treat. Cheers guys
Motor was coming off at 50 degrees with plenty of punch and good top end. Went with an FDR of 7.6. Might add a tad timing to the motor next time out.

Thanks again

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If you went with Rens settings there is no timing left to add as you can only go to 64 degrees total timing. You then have to play with settings 10, 13, 14 and 15.
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News

The V3 will have the following

1.Smaller foot print

2.Soft touch built in switch

3.It will be smarter with new cpu technology

4.New programming method that doesnt violate patents.keeping your rx port always plugged into the receiver

5.120amp

6.New usb programming platform for your pc

7.Will be a 1s,2s and 3s unit in one

8.Multiple Pin heatsink for all axis and degree of air flow movement.


expected mid october 2011.As soon as i get a prototype i will post the pictures

so please be patient with us as we bring you the best of the best.
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