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Old 10-06-2010, 05:50 PM   #1411
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Cool as, lucky i brought a justock, and a Xtreme stock.

Found where i read it:

lxrcmodel.com/details.asp?prodid=2466 (add your own WWW, as i can not post links yet)

"-Factory pre-installed supercharged STOCK competition firmware with Boost Timing and Turbo Timing function."
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"-Compatible with all firmwares of XERUN-120-SD and XERUN 60A-SD ESC"

I couldent find any info on the justock on the HW webstie, so i assumed this to be correct
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Cool as, lucky i brought a justock, and a Xtreme stock.

Found where i read it:

lxrcmodel.com/details.asp?prodid=2466 (add your own WWW, as i can not post links yet)

"-Factory pre-installed supercharged STOCK competition firmware with Boost Timing and Turbo Timing function."
and
"-Compatible with all firmwares of XERUN-120-SD and XERUN 60A-SD ESC"

I couldent find any info on the justock on the HW webstie, so i assumed this to be correct
These are the right features ...

FEATURES

Model: Justock Club ESC

Timing is permanently set to zero degree (unchangeable). With the identical racing motor, each driver has the same power system to have a real just stock racing. Firmware updatable, but always with zero timing on both

Continuous current: 45A
Burst Current: 25A
Suitable Car: 1/10 car
Suitable Motor Input: 8.5T (On-Road car); 11.5T (Off-Road Car) / 13.5T (On-Road car); 17.5T (Off-Road Car)
BEC Output: 6V/2A (linear model)
Dimension:33mm*28mm*31.5mm ( Fan included)
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Received a 1s xerun today (New) that has 528 pre loaded... not what i expected!
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Received a 1s xerun today (New) that has 528 pre loaded... not what i expected!
Not what you expected please explain ? good or bad ?
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Old 10-07-2010, 08:10 PM   #1415
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New distributor is just around the corner for the usa .I have just seen the business plan and all steam ahead .
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Received a 1s xerun today (New) that has 528 pre loaded... not what i expected!
Where did you buy this from?
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Old 10-07-2010, 08:50 PM   #1417
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Did not expect boost software already installed. Changed to 518 now... just to get some more speed.

Does anyone have any general suggestions for 10.5 in a 12th with timing? First meeting with it tomorrow night.
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Where did you buy this from?
send us an email at teamcobraracing@gmail.com
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Old 10-11-2010, 08:57 AM   #1419
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Can the Justock ESC handle Li-Fe batteries? If so what cutoff do you set on them please?

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Can the Justock ESC handle Li-Fe batteries? If so what cutoff do you set on them please?

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yes they can run lifep04 packs and cut off at 3.0v
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Old 10-12-2010, 03:14 PM   #1421
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Hi guys

can some of you who own a 1s give me some feedback on the performance .i know what it can do but its is very good to hear from others .
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Old 10-12-2010, 05:34 PM   #1422
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Had a quick run with my 1s and like it (First time driving 12th..)

Used a 10.5 with max boost and a little turbo, 3000 start. I think the punch needs to come down to cater for the lack of volts and RPM, i think it was at #3 or #4, but will try 2 next time to give it more punch.

Ran a 60mm rollout. Was not super fast... but not slow either. Will try a higher rollout next time...

Overall it ws nice to drive though. It is rather large... though it fits and is still underweight so

Was a tight indoor carpet circuit.
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Old 10-13-2010, 07:31 AM   #1423
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Got my Xtreme Stock and the LCD programmer yesterday. Haven't used it yet, but I have a couple questions.

First of all, on the LCD programmer, it says you have to use 4.5-6.0V to power the unit. Can I simply plug my battery into the speed control and let the BEC circuit of the ESC provide power to the LCD programmer or is a seperate power supply required?

Secondly, the boost timing was set to # 7 (22.5 degrees according the the sheet that came with the ESC). With this much timing added to the motor, it spun at WAY to high of an RPM (unsafe RPM). I reset it to zero degrees and it seems to be more along the lines of what I was expecting. My question is if using the ESC on a motor that has built in timing like a Novak or Epic based motor, should I leave this setting at zero and just use the turbo timing to control any additional timing that I would like to try or should I retard the physical timing on the motor and incorporate boost timing along with turbo?

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Old 10-13-2010, 05:51 PM   #1424
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Got my Xtreme Stock and the LCD programmer yesterday. Haven't used it yet, but I have a couple questions.

First of all, on the LCD programmer, it says you have to use 4.5-6.0V to power the unit. Can I simply plug my battery into the speed control and let the BEC circuit of the ESC provide power to the LCD programmer or is a seperate power supply required?

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Hello, how are you?

Yes, you can use the BEC from the ESC to power the programming card.

On the other question, I'll let someone with more knowledge answer.

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Old 10-13-2010, 06:45 PM   #1425
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Got my Xtreme Stock and the LCD programmer yesterday. Haven't used it yet, but I have a couple questions.

First of all, on the LCD programmer, it says you have to use 4.5-6.0V to power the unit. Can I simply plug my battery into the speed control and let the BEC circuit of the ESC provide power to the LCD programmer or is a seperate power supply required?

yes works with esc provided power

Secondly, the boost timing was set to # 7 (22.5 degrees according the the sheet that came with the ESC). With this much timing added to the motor, it spun at WAY to high of an RPM (unsafe RPM). I reset it to zero degrees and it seems to be more along the lines of what I was expecting. My question is if using the ESC on a motor that has built in timing like a Novak or Epic based motor, should I leave this setting at zero and just use the turbo timing to control any additional timing that I would like to try or should I retard the physical timing on the motor and incorporate boost timing along with turbo?

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you have to be very careful running the electronic timing boost system in the esc when running a mechanical adjustment timing system on the motor .

example you dont see mechanical timing on a full scale car with electronic management system everything is adjusted by the management computer not the distributor right .

same thing with the esc it is a management computer .so think about timing on the mechanical side adjustment and then more timing from the esc what happens ? nothing is synchronised .Creates heat and information is mixed .

I will find out what they set the fixed timing motors at and ill let you know as of now i dont really know . leave your mechanical timing at zero for now and adjust from the esc and i will get you the info you need for the motor timing

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