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Old 10-06-2008, 09:00 AM   #316
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I was hoping to get in the web site to answer this question ,but for some reason it's down. What roll out (1-12th scale) is recommended for the 17.5 redline brushless motor? I will be using one this weekend as a loaner...wouldn't want to cook it...
I didn't get to use the Redline. The sensor wire plug hits the Pod on my REV4. tried several different clock positions with no luck.
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whats the diffrence beetween the rs and rs pro? is it just the motor limit?
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whats the diffrence beetween the rs and rs pro? is it just the motor limit?
The pro actually has a bigger case. I think the footprint is the same size though.
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Old 11-02-2008, 04:55 PM   #319
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I have an R1 and can not get it to calibrate to my DX3R!!

I bind it nad all seems well, steering works.

I go into calibration, it setects neutral to start, I then go full throttle and it detects that, and then full brake and it detects that but when I go back to neutral it just flashed the 3 middle lights.... I wnated to use it today but all I got was frustrated...

Any help would be appreaciated....
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iirc, whenever a tekin speedo flashes three led's like that it's saying that the neutral range is outside of the expected range. try widening your neutral range and see if that helps.
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iirc, whenever a tekin speedo flashes three led's like that it's saying that the neutral range is outside of the expected range. try widening your neutral range and see if that helps.
How do you widen the neutral range?
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Old 11-03-2008, 10:43 AM   #322
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However we never flash the middle 3 leds? Bottom 3 or top three if we do not see nuetral during initialization. We do flash the middle 2 if we are rebooting.

What does it do when you turn it on now? Initialize like normal and respond to throttle/brake correctly?

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R1 Sensorless ESC

will be using in a 2wd with 6.5, 7.5bl motors

what settings should I use for intitial setup please

have the hotwire to programme it
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How do you widen the neutral range?
according to the R1 manual, it's NW. LED4.
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R1 Sensorless ESC

will be using in a 2wd with 6.5, 7.5bl motors

what settings should I use for intitial setup please

have the hotwire to programme it
anyone?
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Old 11-06-2008, 10:42 AM   #326
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Hey,

If i was running the 6.5 I'd start out with my timing around 70, TP 3, NW 10, BS 50, and PC around 80.

For 2wd the 6.5 is a lot of motor for 2wd unless you have gobs of traction. I'd start out with the 7.5 first, same settings.
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If i was running the 6.5 I'd start out with my timing around 70, TP 3, NW 10, BS 50, and PC around 80.

For 2wd the 6.5 is a lot of motor for 2wd unless you have gobs of traction. I'd start out with the 7.5 first, same settings.

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Hey,

If i was running the 6.5 I'd start out with my timing around 70, TP 3, NW 10, BS 50, and PC around 80.

For 2wd the 6.5 is a lot of motor for 2wd unless you have gobs of traction. I'd start out with the 7.5 first, same settings.
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I'm happy with those! That's right around where I recomended.

You can play with more timing if you wish, just watch the motor heat.
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I was hoping to get in the web site to answer this question ,but for some reason it's down. What roll out (1-12th scale) is recommended for the 17.5 redline brushless motor? I will be using one this weekend as a loaner...wouldn't want to cook it...
With the timing on the motor in the middle, a 49-81 with 1.70 tires is a good starting spot on a track 90 x 50. on a smaller track, 80 x 40 I was at 47-81 with 1.65 tires. Motor temp of 140 ish was good.
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