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Old 09-23-2011, 12:50 PM
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if anyone need a ts motor i got a brand new one 4000kv sitting here that i havent had time to use. ill just buy another one later when they come available
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Any starting settings for a 6.7 pound truck with the sc401 4000kv with hobbywing sc8? I want around 10 minute run time. Running an FDR of 11 or close to it. Have set all punch and timing to lowest possible on the SC8.
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Old 09-28-2011, 07:39 PM
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That is what I'd go with. Try running it in race conditions and check the temps every two minutes...
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Originally Posted by aloksatoor View Post
Any starting settings for a 6.7 pound truck with the sc401 4000kv with hobbywing sc8? I want around 10 minute run time. Running an FDR of 11 or close to it. Have set all punch and timing to lowest possible on the SC8.
Sounds like you have the FDR and esc settings in order. What settings are you asking about? As far as 10 minutes, in a heavy truck like that, I'm pretty sure you'll need at least a 6000mah battery.
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Ok cool. I have around 40C batteries with the sc8. Will try to keep temps around the 160 mark or so.

The esc punch, amts timing,drag brake etc settings I was referring too.

BTW tested the brakes on the tenshock/sc8 combo and these are the best sensorless brakes I have ever seen thus far.... super linear and smooth even with ABS off absolutely no slip/lock....
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Originally Posted by aloksatoor View Post
Ok cool. I have around 40C batteries with the sc8. Will try to keep temps around the 160 mark or so.

The esc punch, amts timing,drag brake etc settings I was referring too.

BTW tested the brakes on the tenshock/sc8 combo and these are the best sensorless brakes I have ever seen thus far.... super linear and smooth even with ABS off absolutely no slip/lock....
ok. i ran my punch at 5 (have run as high as 7 with no problem), timing at level 3 (7.5) and zero drag brake (level 1).

yes the brakes are smooth as well as the throttle. it really is a terrific, economical system.
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Originally Posted by RC*PHREAK View Post
ok. i ran my punch at 5 (have run as high as 7 with no problem), timing at level 3 (7.5) and zero drag brake (level 1).

yes the brakes are smooth as well as the throttle. it really is a terrific, economical system.
same, except I have my punch up to 9 It's so fast I really have my end point on my tx set down to 75% just so I make sure I don't land in the next lane of the track when clearing large jumps, and it's STILL a handful.
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Then why don't you set the end point to 100% and go down to punch level 5 or 6 and see how you like it?
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Then why don't you set the end point to 100% and go down to punch level 5 or 6 and see how you like it?
why? It's fine where it is, and I like it.
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Alright.
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Then why don't you set the end point to 100% and go down to punch level 5 or 6 and see how you like it?
They do different things. Punch control effects power down low by limiting power from start up to low RPM. It's used so you're not wasting power spinning your wheels. If you run on high traction it's not needed unless you're looking to lower temps maybe. Turning down the EPA just limits top speed.
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Originally Posted by RC*PHREAK View Post
They do different things. Punch control effects power down low by limiting power from start up to low RPM. It's used so you're not wasting power spinning your wheels. If you run on high traction it's not needed unless you're looking to lower temps maybe. Turning down the EPA just limits top speed.
yeah, I'm on a very nigh bite sugared track without a lot of run up before quads, etc.. I'm good where I'm at.
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same, except I have my punch up to 9 It's so fast I really have my end point on my tx set down to 75% just so I make sure I don't land in the next lane of the track when clearing large jumps, and it's STILL a handful.
Curious why you dont just fit a smaller pinion and leave the EPA at 100% ?

ESC works more efficiently when WOT = 100% Duty Cycle

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