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Old 06-22-2013, 08:58 AM   #586
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Default fdr & esc setup 7.5t/flow??

need help to find fdr for my lrp x20 7.5t and setup for my flow esc. Outdoor track with +-30meter straight line with technical inside with average laps around 18-19s per lap. Outdoor temp average around 34-38 celcius during midday. ty for help
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Old 06-22-2013, 12:49 PM   #587
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I run an 81 / 20 so 10.53 FDR. version 3.3 on lrp flow
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Old 06-22-2013, 05:25 PM   #588
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I just bought a Flow Esc and would need some esc set up recommendations please.

Large onroad track with 40m straight

4.5T Trinity D3.5 motor

Touring car with front spool

Question, do I just use one of the preset profiles? If not, how do I set a custom recommended setting?


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Old 06-23-2013, 10:31 PM   #589
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I just bought a Flow Esc and would need some esc set up recommendations please.

Large onroad track with 40m straight

4.5T Trinity D3.5 motor

Touring car with front spool

Question, do I just use one of the preset profiles? If not, how do I set a custom recommended setting?


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Old 06-24-2013, 01:37 PM   #590
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Anyone any idea if you can purchase the bottom plastic case part of a flow?

If so a part number would be great.

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Old 06-25-2013, 03:56 AM   #591
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Anyone any idea if you can purchase the bottom plastic case part of a flow?

If so a part number would be great.

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Old 06-26-2013, 01:42 PM   #592
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I just received an LRP Flow Competition ESC, and I am having second thoughts, I am only running 17.5t blinky n a B4.2 right now, but I might want to run mod in the future, how far in the future I dont know. Should I just send it back and pay the difference for the Works, or can I have it upgraded to the Works if or when I decide to run mod?
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I just received an LRP Flow Competition ESC, and I am having second thoughts, I am only running 17.5t blinky n a B4.2 right now, but I might want to run mod in the future, how far in the future I dont know. Should I just send it back and pay the difference for the Works, or can I have it upgraded to the Works if or when I decide to run mod?
The competition will handle light duty mod. LRP doesn't recommend it but we tested with a 7.5t in a 2wd buggy no issue. I would not recommend running mod on-road with it though.
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Old 06-27-2013, 06:33 PM   #594
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The competition will handle light duty mod. LRP doesn't recommend it but we tested with a 7.5t in a 2wd buggy no issue. I would not recommend running mod on-road with it though.
Spot on Sean C. I have a comp in my 4wd buggy and it has been perfect, it does run a bit toasty though so i'd recommend the fan.
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Spot on Sean C. I have a comp in my 4wd buggy and it has been perfect, it does run a bit toasty though so i'd recommend the fan.
Thanks guys, I am gonna keep the Comp, Stock is really competitive at our local track so I will probably stay there for a while, and by the time I am ready to run Mod a new ESC will probably be out.
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Is torque timing just a fancy name for the setting punch?
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Is torque timing just a fancy name for the setting punch?
No, that would be "initial drive" or feel. Torque timing actually increases bottom end power
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No, that would be "initial drive" or feel. Torque timing actually increases bottom end power
So running high amounts of Initial Drive and some torque timing should give a significant amount of power out of corners ect?
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So running high amounts of Initial Drive and some torque timing should give a significant amount of power out of corners ect?
Yes, that would make it extremely aggresive on power. Personally, I dont like running a lot of initial drive, even with a blinky car, I just think its easier to drive.
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Under boost angle and activation, how can "Boost trigger" be used instead of "Boost angle"?

Can this be changed? If so, how is this used?
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