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Old 11-04-2007, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default Mamba Max settings????

I was wondering what settings or profiles work best for offroad? Thanks
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2wd buggy? 4wd buggy? 2wd truck?
what battery? what gearing?
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2wd and 4wd mod buggies. I currently have a 4600 and 5700 mamba max systems. I use Ib 4200 cells.
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2wd and 4wd mod buggies. I currently have a 4600 and 5700 mamba max systems. I use Ib 4200 cells.
I run the 4600 in my 2wd buggy and run pretty much stock settings (low start, normal timing with stock curves, 0% punch control, but I did use 20% drag break. I use 4200's and it works great.

I would imagine for 4wd somewhere around the same settings but I would more than likely run the 5700 Mamba.

I need more time to mess with my timing and start up position but in the next few weeks I will be messing with that stuff alot more.
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I run the 4600 in my 2wd buggy and run pretty much stock settings (low start, normal timing with stock curves, 0% punch control, but I did use 20% drag break. I use 4200's and it works great.

I would imagine for 4wd somewhere around the same settings but I would more than likely run the 5700 Mamba.

I need more time to mess with my timing and start up position but in the next few weeks I will be messing with that stuff alot more.
Hi there, which spur/pinion combination are you running for the 5700 in a 2wd buggy?

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Old 11-04-2007, 09:29 PM   #6
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Hi there, which spur/pinion combination are you running for the 5700 in a 2wd buggy?

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Right now I'm running the 4600 in my X6. I run 20/78. For my 5700 I will run 19/78.
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