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Old 07-13-2012, 06:35 AM   #9496
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Dear Angelo,

I have been using your company product V2.1 for more than one year, so far so good and even both quality and after sales service. Now I'm using the new V3, It works good for me with my teampower 4.0T motor. But my team mate using the Lrp X20 4.5T is upset, he using FDR of 8.5 zero boost and 15 turbo only, but he can play for 2 to 3 mins only then overheat cut....... the temp. of esc was 132 or above.....
We had tried to change the gear ratio, larger capacitor (4 pcs of hobbywing), smaller turbo setting, also cannot fix that problem.
Would you please give me the setting for using with the Lrp x20 4.5T motor running with touring car.
Thanks a lot!
The temp also depends on how how hard he is on throttle. Have you tried his car? Is the temp the same.
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Old 07-13-2012, 07:42 AM   #9497
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Default Hobbywing v3 setup for a 13.5 LRP X12 motor

Hi Guys,
Does any one have a basic setup for a V3 with a 13.5 LRP X12 motor in a touring car. I will be using the car on a large outdoor asphalt track.
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Just wanted to take this occasion to publicly thank Cobraracing for his help in following up a customer related repair. His was able to track down my repair order and get back with me on the status in less that a day. I must admit that I was extremely impressed with the personal attention that he gave to my case. Great service Angelo.
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Old 07-14-2012, 04:38 AM   #9499
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Hi Guys,
I assume the fan on the esc can be removed, Ive tried to pull the little plug out but its so tight Im afraid of damaging something.
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Just use a small flat screw driver to prise the fan plug out.

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Dear Angelo, I was wondering what is the best way to go about repair with an esc. I have a xerun 150 in my D8 and today while racing the post of one of the motor wires clean came out of the circuit board. Clearly stopped me dead and ended my race
Does hobbywing have a exchange program or repair, not sure if its still under warrenty less than 6 months old. I have tried to solder it back on, it wont be as strong as factory but it worked on the bench. I have been very happy with it so i hope i can get it fixed

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Old 07-15-2012, 08:33 AM   #9502
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Dear Angelo, I was wondering what is the best way to go about repair with an esc. I have a xerun 150 in my D8 and today while racing the post of one of the motor wires clean came out of the circuit board. Clearly stopped me dead and ended my race
Does hobbywing have a exchange program or repair, not sure if its still under warrenty less than 6 months old. I have tried to solder it back on, it wont be as strong as factory but it worked on the bench. I have been very happy with it so i hope i can get it fixed

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What's the difference between your soldering iron and theirs?

Sounds like you fixed it yourself.
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Old 07-15-2012, 02:35 PM   #9503
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Looking for a reasonable priced ESC to run USGT (21.5T). Any suggestions?
It must be ROAR approved. I was thinking of the C-Xerun 60A that sells for about $60.
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Old 07-15-2012, 03:12 PM   #9504
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There is a little tab that goes through the circuit board which should be soldered right through. I could only solder to surface at the top because I couldn't get the tab through the hole and because there are two circuit boards sandwiched together I could only solder the top. Like I said, it works but Not as strong as it should be.

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Old 07-15-2012, 04:22 PM   #9505
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There is a little tab that goes through the circuit board which should be soldered right through. I could only solder to surface at the top because I couldn't get the tab through the hole and because there are two circuit boards sandwiched together I could only solder the top. Like I said, it works but Not as strong as it should be.

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please send me an email at teamcobraracing@gmail.com or ae@hobbywing.com and we will work something out

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Looking for a reasonable priced ESC to run USGT (21.5T). Any suggestions?
It must be ROAR approved. I was thinking of the C-Xerun 60A that sells for about $60.
Depending if you want to run turbo software you buy the 60 amp xerun if not buy yourself a justock .
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Just wanted to take this occasion to publicly thank Cobraracing for his help in following up a customer related repair. His was able to track down my repair order and get back with me on the status in less that a day. I must admit that I was extremely impressed with the personal attention that he gave to my case. Great service Angelo.
It's my job to help but thank you for your kind words

regards Angelo
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Hi Guys i am going to do some setup sheets for the following v3 and 2.1v

Motors 4.5T 5.5T 8.5T 11.5T 13.5T 17.5T 21.5T

These will be basics sheets to get you started but will also perform as they should .
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Hi Guys i am going to do some setup sheets for the following v3 and 2.1v

Motors 4.5T 5.5T 8.5T 11.5T 13.5T 17.5T 21.5T

These will be basics sheets to get you started but will also perform as they should .
Good idea angelo. Post a link when there done
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not sure if this has been answered before:

which is cooler for the motor? more boost less turbo or less boost more turbo?

ex. boost timing is 50 and turbo is say 14 vs. boost timing is 40 turbo is 24 vs. no turbo just 64 of boost

assuming everything else is the same.

reason i asked is in our home track i find 40 boost and 24 turbo too much. i feel like im running out of straight even before the turbo sets in fully. thinking of pushing the boost more with less turbo timing and then maybe id also get more kick on the technical parts and short straights

other setup details: no turbo delay, 250 ACC, 3000 start RPM, 7.6 fdr, 13.5 vst pro motor (full mechanical timing), temp is at 172* my highest so far after 8 mins of running (IKR, i was having too much fun to even notice)

im using a V2.1 so theres no throttle trigger sensing factor purely revs.
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