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Old 01-17-2013, 06:02 PM   #241
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Anyone know how to do a factory reset?
hold "set" button down, turn on SC, let off button.
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:53 PM   #242
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The Flow made the ROAR approval list, software v. 1.4
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:53 PM   #243
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hold "set" button down, turn on SC, let off button.
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Old 01-17-2013, 11:26 PM   #244
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Anyone know how to do a factory reset?
Yes read the Manual
anl_31467_lrp-flow-manual-e.pdf

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Works-Default-Settings: All LRP speed-controls come factory-adjusted (defaults are grey-shaded). If you
loose track of the modes, you can restore the works default settings easily. With your radio switched on, hold the
SET button pressed while you switch on the speed-control. This returns the unit to our works default settings.
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Old 01-17-2013, 11:49 PM   #245
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Wondering when Amain will have in stock. Want to put onto Sc10b.
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Old 01-18-2013, 12:56 AM   #246
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Default ver 5

in the Uk all team drivers are using version 5 in boosted or mod .In blinky it doesn't seem to make any difference.
Esc can come with ver 5 preloaded
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The Flow Works is now on the Roar Approved list.
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10-Instock website will be updated within the hr
http://www.superiorhobbies.com/store...+BRUSHLESS+ESC
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Glad I bought a second one! These things are very noticeably faster than the RS, and definitely worth the money! I may even buy a 3rd one just to have as a spare!

Just out of curiosity, does the competition version have a port on the ESC to connect a fan?
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Old 01-18-2013, 10:05 AM   #250
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For those interested,

My settings till now for a flow with lrp x12 13.5 on 1s in 1:12th

0,3,4,6,10,0,0 with the 00 insert and 55mm/rev.

I believe that with the relatively high start rpm of 5100, you need a bit more static timing and therefore less dynamic esc timing.

Need to test a bit with turbo timing, but our track does not have long straights so I'm not sure it would be of use.

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The Flow Works is now on the Roar Approved list.
for now...LOL
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What are some of the upgrade reasons from an SXX V2 to a Flow?
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Better case. Better solder tabs. Reliable BEC. Faster processor which supposedly makes it smoother. It's been a very solid ESC, I have no complaints. Perhaps it's overkill for blinky 17.5/13.5, but it just does its thing and stays out of your way. That's all I want out of an ESC these days.
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What are some of the upgrade reasons from an SXX V2 to a Flow?
1. Smoother Throttle profiles, can adjust throttle profile while in blinky
2. More boost adjustability, mod & stock boost profiles on one ESC
3. Aluminum case
4. "U" solder tabs
5. Improved BEC reliability

I also saw a small drop in motor temps in 17.5 blinky TC, 5-10*F.

LRP have also released new firmware that more specializes the profiles, 1 for offroad (mod), 1 for onroad(mod), and one for stock racing.
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1. Smoother Throttle profiles, can adjust throttle profile while in blinky
2. More boost adjustability, mod & stock boost profiles on one ESC
3. Aluminum case
4. "U" solder tabs
5. Improved BEC reliability

I also saw a small drop in motor temps in 17.5 blinky TC, 5-10*F.

LRP have also released new firmware that more specializes the profiles, 1 for offroad (mod), 1 for onroad(mod), and one for stock racing.
This speedo being Hammy approved is better than Roar approval. And once Hammy makes a decision you can write it in stone it wont be reversed.
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