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Old 09-30-2010, 01:56 PM   #601
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Hey Jaybee, wasn't sure how wide the track was Thanks for the correction, also looking into the 1s version. I'll talk to you at the next race-Alvin

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Hey Murf', I just picked up my 1s 13.5 today
I run on this same track but I'm gonna be running on a track that's a little bigger (60'X100'); with timing/boost.
With a LRP SXX v.2....any idea of a starting rollout? Any help is appreciated

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Hey bud....I'm talking about TimezoneII I better correct that
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Our indoor racing program has moved away from 17.5 with timing to NO timing for 10th scale sedan. Is the Synergy going to have any benefit over the Ballistic or Duo 1 that I'm currently using? It's an indoor carpet track with Med to high tracion around 45x100'-ish dimensions, after reading through pages of the thread it's looking like it's more off-road oriented with the exception to the 1s version of the 13.5? Any recommended starting point for gearing for said track would be great. With the Duo and Ballistic I was anywhere between 3.5-4.1. Thanks in Advance
Our team guys are running 5 degrees of motor timing and a 3.3 FDR for 17.5 non boost TC on 100' x 40' tracks. I always suggest starting at 0 Degrees, and check your temps during your run, but after a completed run, you should aim for about 165-170F. This setup is with a Tekin running 208 Spec-No-Timing mode.

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Hey Murf', I just picked up my 1s 13.5 today
I run on this same track but I'm gonna be running on a track that's a little bigger Timezone II http://www.timezoneracing.com/timezoneII.php (60'X100'); with timing/boost.
With a LRP SXX v.2....any idea of a starting rollout? Any help is appreciated

- JB
Is this for WGT or 12th Scale? I would start at a 2.40" Rollout and motor timing at 0. I am not familiar with the SXX V2 as far as boost timing profiles. I run strictly Tekin ESC's, and the other guys I have running boosted single cell run Black Diamond ESC's. Start with less motor timing, and Check your temps during and after a completed run. Shoot for 150-160F after your run, and try to find that spot where the motor pulls thru the infield hard thru the entire run. With single cell, as the voltage drops, you will fade less throughout the race if you gear tyour setup for infield punch, and give up the little bit of straightaway speed. Thjere is usually way more infield and way less straightaway!

If you cannot find the sweet spot, find Dave Erlich or Max Kuenning, and they will be able to get you squared away!

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Is this for WGT or 12th Scale? I would start at a 2.40" Rollout and motor timing at 0. I am not familiar with the SXX V2 as far as boost timing profiles. I run strictly Tekin ESC's, and the other guys I have running boosted single cell run Black Diamond ESC's. Start with less motor timing, and Check your temps during and after a completed run. Shoot for 150-160F after your run, and try to find that spot where the motor pulls thru the infield hard thru the entire run. With single cell, as the voltage drops, you will fade less throughout the race if you gear tyour setup for infield punch, and give up the little bit of straightaway speed. Thjere is usually way more infield and way less straightaway!

If you cannot find the sweet spot, find Dave Erlich or Max Kuenning, and they will be able to get you squared away!

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This is for 1/12th Matt...so you suggest to not go straight to 5* of MOTOR timing?
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I always err on the conservative side...
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Thanks Matt. My BLUE LABEL motor is pretty fast; I'm hoping to improve on it
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JayBee, I have my 13.5 set with 5 degrees of motor timing. And my rollout is 78mm. Track is 100 x 70
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Thanks alot buddy!!
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Oh black looks good.

I'm still a fan of the blue though.
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thats what came,didnt think there were black
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Black was a limited run we made for IIC..... Blue will be the color from now on.

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thats what came,didnt think there were black
You got a limited edition one.
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