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Old 02-05-2007, 08:43 PM   #226
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can anyone give me a setup for the 12x for carpet in detail for fairly technical track foams etc....
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Old 02-08-2007, 11:43 PM   #227
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SP12X seems to be flying in Snowbirds. Hope Corally will post setups after the race on their web pages..
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Old 02-09-2007, 08:50 AM   #228
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I wonder if they're using the Corally front end or the Associated front end. Anyone know?
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Old 02-09-2007, 08:52 AM   #229
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Who's running the 12X? I thought most of the US team ran other cars due to sponsorship with CRC.
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Old 02-09-2007, 09:52 AM   #230
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Just another question. How would you gear an LRP X11 5.5T brushless?
32mm would be a good starting point.

Use profile 2-3-0-0 on old speedo and 2-4-0-0 on 2007 version.
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Any of you guys ever tried anything to keep track lint from trashing the rear axle bearings? I utterly trashed 6 bearings this weekend, with fuzz mashed in them. I pull and clean them every run too.

I think lint and fuzz's are funneled to the bearings by the rim back plates. I'm wondering about putting a little shield on the pod using the "fingery" side of a piece of velcro on a little scrap of lexan to catch the fuzz's as they fly through there.

Anybody else got a thought?
Sound like your using to much oil, best way to get rid of lint is to soak them in lighter fuel then take them outside to a safe place set fire to them which burn the fuzz and lint out clean once with lighter fluid and wash out with lighter spray only works with metal cage bearings.
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Old 02-11-2007, 05:48 AM   #232
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32mm would be a good starting point.

Use profile 2-3-0-0 on old speedo and 2-4-0-0 on 2007 version.
Thanks Hagberg, I'll give it a try next weekend.

Let's share setups and wiring ideas here:
Attached is my wiring setup (stole some ideas ). Sensored brushless adds a lot of wires. It is quite difficult to fix everything without adding tweak.

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Old 02-11-2007, 07:00 AM   #233
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I think the way you have your wires setup should be fine. My B/L setup is not in the car at the moment or i would take a pic. I have it essentially similar tou you, but with the esc and reciever swapped sides. Something that really helped was having 2 of the motor wires coming out of the bottom of the board.

With an 07 esc and x11 5.5 motor i had the speedo set exactly as it comes out of the packet!!
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I think the way you have your wires setup should be fine. My B/L setup is not in the car at the moment or i would take a pic. I have it essentially similar tou you, but with the esc and reciever swapped sides. Something that really helped was having 2 of the motor wires coming out of the bottom of the board.
Came to the same conclusion. All 3 motor wires come out of the bottom.

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With an 07 esc and x11 5.5 motor i had the speedo set exactly as it comes out of the packet!!
Really? Including LiPo protection? My 80700 switches off the power supply at around 4,8 Volts. Tried this with a voltage regulated power supply. So I think you would have to set mode 1 to value 2 for 4 cell racing. I reckon as batteries are near to go flat the ESC would stop you from finishing with LiPo protection on.

@Hagberg: As I am a first timer with B/L, would no automatic brake be very far off the brushed feeling?
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Hmm, good point. Just had another look at the instruction sheet. You're right it is LiPo/Auto from std. I will have to check this setting - as i'm sure i didn't change it!!!
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Wow , it looks really cool.
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congrats to marc fischer on his win. i wonder if he used the standard front end or the associated front, as well as corally or other manufactures tires.
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he had a CRC front end on it and i believe CRC procuts as well
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Sound like your using to much oil, best way to get rid of lint is to soak them in lighter fuel then take them outside to a safe place set fire to them which burn the fuzz and lint out clean once with lighter fluid and wash out with lighter spray only works with metal cage bearings.
Just about the time I'm thinking, "well, I've tried about everything there is to try in the RC world..."

Settin' fire to them to burn out the crud. CAN'T WAIT TO TRY IT!!!
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he had a CRC front end on it and i believe CRC procuts as well
Was it the new generation x front end?
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