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1/10 Dirt oval Transmitter Settings

Old 01-05-2019, 06:23 AM
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Does anyone have any thoughts on initial settings (DR, Expo, & EPA) for dirt oval racing? would zero for DR & Expo be the best starting points? And, what to adjust when?
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It really depends on what you have. I personally dont mess with expo. Start your steering d/r at 100, if the car is loose or has too much steering turn d/r down, if its tight or dosent have enough steering you need to free the car up. Start throttle epa at 100 and turn it down to where you can get on the gas coming off the corner and it wont spin the tires. Set steering epa to when you turn either way nothing binds up or make s the servo wine. There are several other factors that go with it but this should get you close.
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Old 01-08-2019, 12:38 PM
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Thank you for the quick response. For some reason I'm not getting notifications when people respond to my posts in this forum.
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It really depends on what you have. I personally dont mess with expo. Start your steering d/r at 100, if the car is loose or has too much steering turn d/r down, if its tight or dosent have enough steering you need to free the car up. Start throttle epa at 100 and turn it down to where you can get on the gas coming off the corner and it wont spin the tires. Set steering epa to when you turn either way nothing binds up or make s the servo wine. There are several other factors that go with it but this should get you close.

So, your expo is set at zero? Thanks again!
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Old 01-09-2019, 05:46 PM
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its where ever futaba set it default, i have never looked to see to be honest.
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Steering exponential can be nice to smooth the initial steering going in to the corner. Also I normally would turn steering dual rate down a lot so full turn on the wheel was just slightly tighter turn than the track. When doing that itís really nice to see if you can setup a function button on your radio so that when itís pressed in you get 100% dual rate. Thatís good for lining up starting grid or getting unstuck or something like that. As always setup steering end points so steering knuckles get full travel but youíre not trying to make the servo go farther, this will really save your servos
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