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Old 08-24-2011, 07:39 AM   #5986
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I have had a look at that thread but it didn't seem to give too many X12 setup's. The few there are seem to be geared at the 8+ end so I'll start low and work from there.

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x12 13.5t 7.4 to 8


Drag Brake : o%
Voltage Prot: 3.2 V/Cell
DRRS Punch : 3
Brake Force : 87.5%
REverse Force : 100%
Initial Brake : 0%
Neutral Range: 6%
Boost Timing : 30
Turbo Slope : 12
Turbo Timing : 10
Start RPM : 6000
Turbo Delay : 0.3 s
Timing ACC : 600

that what i ran at stafford
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Old 08-24-2011, 10:33 AM   #5988
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Thanks Craig, sounds like a good setup to try.

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Old 08-24-2011, 10:34 AM   #5989
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x12 13.5t 7.4 to 8


Drag Brake : o%
Voltage Prot: 3.2 V/Cell
DRRS Punch : 3
Brake Force : 87.5%
REverse Force : 100%
Initial Brake : 0%
Neutral Range: 6%
Boost Timing : 30
Turbo Slope : 12
Turbo Timing : 10
Start RPM : 6000
Turbo Delay : 0.3 s
Timing ACC : 600

that what i ran at stafford
Craig, just to check was that with 224 or 211 firmware?

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Craig, just to check was that with 224 or 211 firmware?

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211 go feel and gd punch out of corners as well
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Old 08-24-2011, 12:48 PM   #5991
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I currently have 119 on my program box and speedo for stock racing and it is pretty good. Would like to try the 211STOCK - do I need to upgrade the program box or just the speedo?

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I currently have 119 on my program box and speedo for stock racing and it is pretty good. Would like to try the 211STOCK - do I need to upgrade the program box or just the speedo?

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Just the speedo if you if you have 310 usb link
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Old 08-24-2011, 01:23 PM   #5993
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Thanks, yes I do have the 310 software.

Can I ask about the following settings that I have been running under 119STOCK;


Running Mode - For/Brake
Drag Brake - 0%
Voltage Prot - 3.0v/cell
DRRS Punch - 9
Brake Force - 100%
Reverse Force - 100%
Initial Brake - 0%
Neutral Range - 6%
Boost timing - 40 degrees
Turbo Slope - 18 degrees
Overheat Prot - Enable
Turbo Timing - 35 degrees
Start RPM - 7000
Turbo Delay - 0.2
Timing Acc - 300

I have been running this in 10.5T with FDR 7.2 and it has been great but from reading the info again for 119 I think that I am not using all the timing that I am setting as it can only go to 60 degrees - is that correct and which can I take to make the 60 degrees.

If I do decide to run 211 what do I need to set to get the same settings as above to start with - I believe that it applies the timing/turbo etc. differently?

Sorry for the long post...
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what is the make of your motor?

and size of track?

Are you racing with Alan Bickerstaff too
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what is the make of your motor?

and size of track?

Are you racing with Alan Bickerstaff too
Motor is an HPI Flux Pro and you can see the track in the video on my web site at http://rcracingni.co.uk/ - the video is on the right hand side of the home page.

I pit with Alan, in fact that is him driving in the video.
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Old 08-24-2011, 02:49 PM   #5996
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x12 13.5t 7.4 to 8


Drag Brake : o%
Voltage Prot: 3.2 V/Cell
DRRS Punch : 3
Brake Force : 87.5%
REverse Force : 100%
Initial Brake : 0%
Neutral Range: 6%
Boost Timing : 30
Turbo Slope : 12
Turbo Timing : 10
Start RPM : 6000
Turbo Delay : 0.3 s
Timing ACC : 600

that what i ran at stafford
I have tried very simlilar settings. Unfortunately my car will only do 50mph down the straight and the top guys are doing 52-53mph which means i am 0.5 seconds per lap off the pace. the fast guys are using Tekin or GM.
I have tried many settings & fdr but the top speed never gets any higher :-(
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Thanks, yes I do have the 310 software.

Can I ask about the following settings that I have been running under 119STOCK;


Running Mode - For/Brake
Drag Brake - 0%
Voltage Prot - 3.0v/cell change to 3.2v
DRRS Punch - 9 3--4
Brake Force - 100% I use only 75
Reverse Force - 100%
Initial Brake - 0%
Neutral Range - 6%
Boost timing - 40 degrees 30 degrees
Turbo Slope - 18 degrees 12/1
Overheat Prot - Enable
Turbo Timing - 35 degrees 22 degrees
Start RPM - 7000 6000
Turbo Delay - 0.2 0.4
Timing Acc - 300 600

I have been running this in 10.5T with FDR 7.2 and it has been great but from reading the info again for 119 I think that I am not using all the timing that I am setting as it can only go to 60 degrees - is that correct and which can I take to make the 60 degrees.

If I do decide to run 211 what do I need to set to get the same settings as above to start with - I believe that it applies the timing/turbo etc. differently?

Sorry for the long post...
Try this with 211 and a fdr of 7.4-7.6, do you run the TC6 like Alan? you could also put a little drag brake if you feel it will help your driving style (15-20) and motor on 0 timing to start, eventually moving up gently to see if you feel a difference, total of boost, turbo and motor is 64 on 211, you have a total of 75 on 119 (and I do not know what is on your motor) if I recal it will stop at 60 with 119 automatically.
I am not familiar with the HPI, it looks like a nice motor, what is the most popular motor in Ballymoney?

Give my regards to Alan, I know him since he started 1/10th buggy, he was a little snippet at the time
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I have tried very simlilar settings. Unfortunately my car will only do 50mph down the straight and the top guys are doing 52-53mph which means i am 0.5 seconds per lap off the pace. the fast guys are using Tekin or GM.
I have tried many settings & fdr but the top speed never gets any higher :-(
Looking at those settings you still have 24 degrees of timing to use and ultimately its the gearing that effects top end. Would suggest upping the slope to 18 and reduce the delay to 0.1 as well to add the timing quicker
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Looking at those settings you still have 24 degrees of timing to use and ultimately its the gearing that effects top end. Would suggest upping the slope to 18 and reduce the delay to 0.1 as well to add the timing quicker
i have already tried that Also the X12 has virtually no brakes
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To me it is a bad setting up if you have no break, I do not understand how you could not have any break, reset your radio first with trims at 100, then up throttle to 110, add 100% break on speedo and reset your speedo with the values you had, try this and see if you have better brake etc..as fo speed, as Scoop mentionned you have 24 deg left to play with, fdr should be around 6.9 - 8.

If the 13.5t is like the 10.5t, maybe you should use V224 on speedo, but I am not sure on this, if someone can move in here who is familiar with 13.5t X12.
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