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Old 02-24-2014, 05:42 AM   #11596
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Please help, I have got a new V3.1 and run 13.5 T open, I have worked out on the version V2.1 u could control the motor temp using Item 15 acc.

Now with this new version I can work out the acc. Is there a way of working out the acc on this version ?
ACC on the 2.1 was measured in RPM per degree of BOOST
Going from that, you control the ACC on the 3.1 by lengthening or shortening the rev range. For example, START RPM = 4000 , END RPM =16000 and BOOST = 40. The rev range (end rpm - start rpm) is 12000 , and the amount of boost is 40. Since ACC is RPM per degree of BOOST, 12000/40 = 300.
ACC = (END RPM - START RPM) / BOOST
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Old 02-26-2014, 01:19 PM   #11597
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Cool

Thanks,

That answers why i cooked a motor last race meet. Now I can cool everthing down.
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Old 02-27-2014, 01:10 AM   #11598
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That answers why i cooked a motor last race meet. Now I can cool everthing down.
No worries you usually want to run an ACC between 250 and 350 for 13.5t open.
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Hay what's up guys,

can the 120a c-xerun be upgraded to a boosting esc via a software update?
I have the 2.1 version.

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Yes, the 120a v2.1 can use boost and turbo. Update the firmware to the one that says (Stock)
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Old 02-28-2014, 01:45 PM   #11601
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Would I be able to do this update with the new programing box or do I need to use the old program box to update this esc? Thanks.
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With the new program box you can use the V3.1 and V2.1 without problems from what i know.
You can switch between software.

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Ok, so far I have been able to use it on both, but someone told me I couldn't do the update on the 2.1 with it. I'll try the update tonight. Thanks.
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Old 02-28-2014, 03:52 PM   #11604
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Can anyone help me by suggesting some settings to start with in 21.5 Boosted? I have a v2.1 ESC. Motor is a Trackstar 21.5. Currently have FDR at around 6:1.
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No that good with the 21.5 motors but we need more info on track lenght, layout, car you drive.
I pressume it is a TC you want the settings for??

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No that good with the 21.5 motors but we need more info on track lenght, layout, car you drive.
I pressume it is a TC you want the settings for??

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Our track has a relatively long straight compared to other tracks, I guess. How long it is, I couldn't tell you.

Yes, it's a TC.

Boosted is all new to me.
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Can anyone help me by suggesting some settings to start with in 21.5 Boosted? I have a v2.1 ESC. Motor is a Trackstar 21.5. Currently have FDR at around 6:1.
DDRRS punch : max
Start rpm : 3000 or 4000
boost : 40
ACC : 300 or 350 (lower number is more aggressive power and more heat)
Turbo : 24
Turbo delay : 0.1

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DDRRS punch : max
Start rpm : 3000 - 4000
boost : 40
ACC : 300 or 350 (lower number is more aggressive power and more heat)
Turbo : 24
Turbo delay : 0.1
Thank you, Sir!
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Old 03-01-2014, 11:17 AM   #11609
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I uploaded Hobbywing_USB_Link_V3.4_setup_131202.rar (MS Windows Version) onto Multifunction LCD program box, so far so good.

Now when downloading USB Link Software I get asked for the anti-counterfeiting code, I put that in and it tells me the code is correct but no record.

Now what??
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Old 03-03-2014, 10:52 AM   #11610
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Hi guys,

I have a new xtreme stock esc, with a new lrp x20 17.5t motor.
Setup is 'out of the box' with forward,brake,reverse setting for practice.

After a few minutes running the esc led blinks red/green, and power is reduced.
overheat protection is my guess.
But the esc and motor are not hot, just a bit warm, i can touch them without any problem.
So the cant be 80 degrees celcius...

Is it the combination with the lrp motor that the sensors are wrong?
Can i run with heat protection off, as stated in the manual?
Will that not be very risky?

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Fdr is 5.72
55 spur 25 pinion.
Car is 3racing m-chassis conversion tt01.

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