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Old 05-14-2012, 05:21 PM
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You charge it just like a stick pack .
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Originally Posted by Panda-PR
Putting my v3 together!
I need some advice on how to charge saddle packs, anyone has a link or care to explain? I have experience with electrics but this is my first saddle pack. Thanks

If you are referring to a balance charging lead, they can be hard to find, I usually build my own..Here is a pic
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Red balancer wire to red, blk to blk, and blue to link wire..
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For anyone who's running a Speed Passion GT2.0 Pro with either the Proline or JConcepts body, what motor are you running and what are your temps after 6+mins? Any ESC boost or drag brake?
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Originally Posted by flame56mx
If you are referring to a balance charging lead, they can be hard to find, I usually build my own..Here is a pic
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Red balancer wire to red, blk to blk, and blue to link wire..
Now this makes more sense! Thanks

I think it will be ready for the weekend. So, for a large 1/8 track, dusty, big jumps what do you guys suggest for diff/shock oil? Thanks
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Originally Posted by Panda-PR
Now this makes more sense! Thanks

I think it will be ready for the weekend. So, for a large 1/8 track, dusty, big jumps what do you guys suggest for diff/shock oil? Thanks
I run on a dusty med bite track, and my diff oils are at 10/3 frt-rr and they feel good. Shock oils are 35/30 frt/rr, I have tried a few different shock pistons, so I am not sure where I am at currently..
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
For anyone who's running a Speed Passion GT2.0 Pro with either the Proline or JConcepts body, what motor are you running and what are your temps after 6+mins? Any ESC boost or drag brake?
GT2.0 Pro W/ V3 Comp 7.5. 87/23. Temp are: Motor=130* and esc heatsink w/ yeah racing fan= ice cold.

205mod
No added timing
Punch set to 3
VERY Small track.

Whenever I run at S&N Trackside (larger track) I have no issues with temps. I did notice with the bulldog body my temps did go up on the esc and motor. I cut a few holes in the body and added a better fan and no problems since.
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
For anyone who's running a Speed Passion GT2.0 Pro with either the Proline or JConcepts body, what motor are you running and what are your temps after 6+mins? Any ESC boost or drag brake?
I'll get you a setup sheet later for Cush's esc. Tresrey/SP esc motor combo, esc around 130-140, motor 140-150 depending on how strapped he's driving it. Wicked fast though on a 125x65 clay indoor track.
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i have blank pistons. how many holes and what size shall i do? i was thinking of 4 hole and 1.2mm.

thx
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Originally Posted by Jonny5
I'll get you a setup sheet later for Cush's esc. Tresrey/SP esc motor combo, esc around 130-140, motor 140-150 depending on how strapped he's driving it. Wicked fast though on a 125x65 clay indoor track.
Sounds good. I was running a Viper with a Trinity 6.5 and Thunder Power 7.5 and was seeing 180+ on the ESC. About 160 on the motor.
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Sounds good. I was running a Viper with a Trinity 6.5 and Thunder Power 7.5 and was seeing 180+ on the ESC. About 160 on the motor.
Were you running a fan? Check ALL bearings, car may feel smooth with wheels and tires on but feel them individually. Cut breather holes in body, What size track? Gearing?
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does anyone have info on putting rear 14mm hexes on a 410r.
the fronts fit perfect.
but the rears have a gold spacer 2mm.

when you take the spacer off.the new 14mm hex doesnt sit up against the bearing.

just checking before i put try and find some smaller shims to install
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
Were you running a fan? Check ALL bearings, car may feel smooth with wheels and tires on but feel them individually. Cut breather holes in body, What size track? Gearing?
No fan. No room on the Viper I had.

I now have a SP GT2.0 Pro, and I will be running the fan.

I haven't gone through the car in awhile, but last time I raced everything rolled pretty free.

Track is Mike's Hobby Shop in Carrollton, Tx. Medium size.

Gearing is 87/22.

I'm redoing the front/rear diffs with new oil in a few days so I'll be checking everything as I go along.
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Originally Posted by subaru_tech
does anyone have info on putting rear 14mm hexes on a 410r.
the fronts fit perfect.
but the rears have a gold spacer 2mm.

when you take the spacer off.the new 14mm hex doesnt sit up against the bearing.

just checking before i put try and find some smaller shims to install
You need to add a shim or two otherwise it will bind when you tighten it up.. I used a regular Nitro clutch shim on my old 410R.
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
No fan. No room on the Viper I had.

I now have a SP GT2.0 Pro, and I will be running the fan.

I haven't gone through the car in awhile, but last time I raced everything rolled pretty free.

Track is Mike's Hobby Shop in Carrollton, Tx. Medium size.

Gearing is 87/22.

I'm redoing the front/rear diffs with new oil in a few days so I'll be checking everything as I go along.
Gear 83/22, run the 119 mod profiles. Loving it...
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Originally Posted by teeforb
i have blank pistons. how many holes and what size shall i do? i was thinking of 4 hole and 1.2mm.

thx
Hupo frequently use 4*1.4mm (front) and 5*1.3mm (rear) with big bores. Try with 45wt front and 32.5wt rear.
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