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Old 04-04-2006, 05:07 PM   #46
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Apart from a better Fet package, the G11 has...

Dropped the seconf limiter so it is only set on the main one

Gained adjustable drive frequency
Gained adjustable Brake Frequency

Kept the UBER simple setup procedure.
Kept that silky smooth power delivery...
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Old 04-05-2006, 09:22 AM   #47
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Thanks!..
looks like I'll give the G11-pro's a try.
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I'm sure that someone has already posted this info, so without having to read thu all the post would anyone have a good base line set up for the G-11 pro? Touring, 19-turn.
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Old 04-07-2006, 07:15 AM   #49
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I beleive there are some posted on the tekin site, personaly I use 60% power lim and increased the drive frequency one click higher, brakes, I upped the frequency till the car could be braked and turned together.
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Hey oval is ready for friday in Burlington,Washington.
Offroad should be ready in a week or two.
Come check us out.
The newspaper came and did a feature article on our club and indeed up putting me and my car on the front page of the living section and at the top of the front page headlines.
Pretty cool.
Thanks for all the support and check out our web page.

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Hey Guys.
I had a real good weekend for Tekin at the Stock Rubbers Nats at Trackside. I quali'ed 5th and finished 5th overall for expert invitational rounds! Not bad for my first rubber tire race in over a year!
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new track and TEKIN already holds the record, not only in 4wd stock but fastest overall, and fastest single lap. Oh did I forget even over GAS! And it all happened in the A'Main. Yes that means VICTORY for the g-11 pro, Battery doctor, and BC 112a and 112b
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HI GUYS This is Drvoodoo owner of voodoo batteries AKA dave wert and i just wanted to invite all my fellow tekin driver to check out my site launching 6/01/2006 THE RETURN OF VOODOO BATTERIES any one needing help contact me here or on the tekin site again thanks go tekin!!!!!
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Just wanted to know what settings do most use to run low wind mods (7-9t) (with a fdr of 7.5-8.3) on large outdoor asphalt tracks (high bite)? (driv freq and current lim)

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Just wanted to know what settings do most use to run low wind mods (7-9t) (with a fdr of 7.5-8.3) on large outdoor asphalt tracks (high bite)? (driv freq and current lim)

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Anyone??????????
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Any word on a release date for the new brushless system? Chances of it being available before September?
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Say hi to Mr Tekin - Jim Campell and his son Ty Campbell at the on road nats right now!
Good luck guys!
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We are working hard on the brushless system as well as a couple of other things. Our goal is to have the 10th scale brushless system available by September.

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Scooter I know you're a part of the Tekin family...but I didn't know you were really related! Hahahaha
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Just wanted to know what settings do most use to run low wind mods (7-9t) (with a fdr of 7.5-8.3) on large outdoor asphalt tracks (high bite)? (driv freq and current lim)

Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
In general you run low freq for more punch on stock and 19 and higher freq to mellow a mod motor. To adjust for track and or styles is about corners. Most run around default or a little higher if it is flowing. A little current limitor can be used without any noticeable slowing typically but, no current limitors are needed. They can be used to mellow a hot mod along with Freq.... The current limitors actually work faster and better an higher freq's... Faster cycles for us to measure and react.

It is also useful on brakes to fine tune.. Higher freq is softer braking. Full brake is full brake regardless of freq if the esc allows it, designs vary, and you have not reduced radio epa.

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