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Old 02-24-2013, 10:56 AM   #361
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Are there any places in the USA that has them in stock? I have been checking Amainhobbies, Stormer and Speedtech and none of them have had it in stock for some time.
I had to do eBay from rcmart or the sale section on here I have found a few.
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Are there any places in the USA that has them in stock? I have been checking Amainhobbies, Stormer and Speedtech and none of them have had it in stock for some time.
http://www.superiorhobbies.com/istar...id=LRP80970!SH
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Thanks, that's what I was looking for.

I don't really want to purchase anything overseas unless I absolutely have to.
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Old 02-24-2013, 01:17 PM   #364
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can anybody tell me if the v5.0 software is roar legal yet curious if i can upgrade carpet nats is 3 weeks away
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What settings did you run?
Hey, I cant tell you exactly what settings I was running off the top of my head. But the boost and turbo were all the way up, and the boost hit about half way down the 20m straight, then tubro at 3/4.

I was trying the 13.5 yeah racing motor. I might go back to my 17.5 DUO 2
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Thanks, that's what I was looking for.

I don't really want to purchase anything overseas unless I absolutely have to.
You buy it overseas or they do either way it is coming from over seas. They don't have two factories, But I understand why you want the end retail side to be here easier for returns.
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can anybody tell me if the v5.0 software is roar legal yet curious if i can upgrade carpet nats is 3 weeks away
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Dam. Having another issue now. Fitted the reedy mach 2 into my car just (13.5) Between half throttle & just before full throttle the motor starts stuttering like a bad case of cogging. I've changed the sensor wire to no avail. It was perfect with the speed passion I was running previously. Anybody any ideas???
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Dam. Having another issue now. Fitted the reedy mach 2 into my car just (13.5) Between half throttle & just before full throttle the motor starts stuttering like a bad case of cogging. I've changed the sensor wire to no avail. It was perfect with the speed passion I was running previously. Anybody any ideas???
Can be in excess of its timing in the reedy motor
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No change. Turned down boost and boost angle. It just happened further along the stick... Turned torque timing to max to try it out. Again. Could push the stick nearly to full throttle before it happened again. Really quite frustrating!!!
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Just a quick suggestion

Reset all your settings and try set everything to how you want it. Just remember that there is one setting that is designed specifically for the x12 and x20 motors
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Just reloaded v5 onto it. Reset speedo. Put all my settings back on. Inc no torque timing & no change. Troed it both loaded and unloaded.

It worked just fine with the speed passion MMM 13.5 before (well providing I didnt run too much boost or turbo or it wouldn't get to full throttle)... very frustrating.
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Just reloaded v5 onto it. Reset speedo. Put all my settings back on. Inc no torque timing & no change. Troed it both loaded and unloaded.

It worked just fine with the speed passion MMM 13.5 before (well providing I didnt run too much boost or turbo or it wouldn't get to full throttle)... very frustrating.
Well I can say this.

I had both the 5.5 and the 4.5 model of the nosram storm evo motors running with my old matrix evo ISTC speedie. Now, this speed controller did have the quick launch feature which apparently revs the motor faster then you can pull the trigger. This feature worked perfect on either of these motors.

When I chucked by nosram dragon 10.5 in there, the motor bogged on itself when I used this feature. Now, I had previously melted the magnet off the rotor (lol) and glued it back on (lol) and it ran just fine and didn't affect anything. I never ran the motor with the ISTC before I melted it.

So this could be the magnets in your motor, or simply the quality of the motor

That's just my experience
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I will pull the motor apart tonight. But I doubt it's a mechanical issue.... Knowing my luck it will end up being the Flow. Grrrrr.
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Old 02-28-2013, 01:49 AM   #375
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Parts support from lrp is non existent then. Great.
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