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Old 10-19-2010, 02:35 AM   #1456
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For a moment i thought that HW has released a new software
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Old 10-19-2010, 02:46 AM   #1457
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I will double check tonight, and change my posts, just to avoid confusion....
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Hi there, recently i just bought a HW XERUN 120A V2.1 esc. I tested today with 518stock software loaded.... I am using a 11.5T BL motor. With the 2 in 1 program card, i set the esc (as below stated). The punch is good, but the turbo is weak... Anyone could give some guide about it ???

F.D.R = 6.8
9 = 5
12 = 7
13 = 7
14 = 5
15 = 4

Thanks to those who willing to guide me....
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Hello,

Where can I buy Hobbywing products? Can you just buy directly from their site?

I am looking for the XERUN 1s in Black and the advanced setting box.
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Old 10-19-2010, 12:44 PM   #1460
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Hi CK Loo,

Thanks for support HW .....can i know what is the motor temp ? brand ? cos different brand they will have different character....different of ratio and which track normally you do practice....thanks if you still have any question please feel free to pm me ...and i hope we can share setup in future Cheers

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Where can I buy Hobbywing products? Can you just buy directly from their site?

I am looking for the XERUN 1s in Black and the advanced setting box.
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please send me an email teamcobraracing@gmail.com

we are supplying direct until the distributor is finalised in the usa
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Old 10-19-2010, 03:24 PM   #1463
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At the moment there is no new software updates for 1/10th scale esc's current is the 518 stock,508 no timing and 528 mod .

The only new software is for the 80A and 150A for 1/8th scale and 1/5th scale .
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Old 10-19-2010, 04:05 PM   #1464
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518 it was... I'm sorry if I have disapointed you....
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Old 10-20-2010, 08:19 PM   #1465
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i dont use this motor but i have a starting point for you ok.

if you use 10.5 ,you can try this setting:

9=6
12=7 or 8
13=4
14=5
15=4

FDR : 6.4

let me know hwo you go

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Angelo,

Thanks for the advice...
Will try it out and feedback...
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Just wanted to briefly say that I have just installed 518STOCK using the boost settings and gearing for 13.5 with my SP v3 motor that are suggested in HW's pdf.

Ran at two race meetings, one on a 30x16m track, one on a 20x8m track, and lacked nothing in speed or driveability to the competition, with comfortable motor temperatures.

Credit to Hobbywing for the software and documentation.

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Old 10-21-2010, 04:15 AM   #1467
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On setup help, I meant to post this some time ago, it's not my work, someone made all the info as posts ages ago, and I found the info helpful so put it into a doc and printed myself a copy to help my own setup.

Really for all those looking for setups, often what I found was just to follow the guides, try and figure out what everything does, and then work from there, it's not 'that' hard to do.
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On setup help, I meant to post this some time ago, it's not my work, someone made all the info as posts ages ago, and I found the info helpful so put it into a doc and printed myself a copy to help my own setup.

Really for all those looking for setups, often what I found was just to follow the guides, try and figure out what everything does, and then work from there, it's not 'that' hard to do.
Very good document, thank you.
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Just wanted to briefly say that I have just installed 518STOCK using the boost settings and gearing for 13.5 with my SP v3 motor that are suggested in HW's pdf.

Ran at two race meetings, one on a 30x16m track, one on a 20x8m track, and lacked nothing in speed or driveability to the competition, with comfortable motor temperatures.

Credit to Hobbywing for the software and documentation.
Your welcome and more to come
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On setup help, I meant to post this some time ago, it's not my work, someone made all the info as posts ages ago, and I found the info helpful so put it into a doc and printed myself a copy to help my own setup.

Really for all those looking for setups, often what I found was just to follow the guides, try and figure out what everything does, and then work from there, it's not 'that' hard to do.
Its not relevant anymore as thats very old info, and the starting points that hobbywing suggest on their PDF are very very good(as well as their explanation of everything). I wouldn't even bother reading it.

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