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Old 05-20-2011, 04:43 PM   #2521
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Were on I do that
Under the acceleration tab, on the right hand side you have 'fixed timing' and 'max timing'
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Old 05-20-2011, 04:44 PM   #2522
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Heres my speedo settings



[AddData]
Brushless=1
Sensor=0
Car=
Place=
BarCode=
Comment=
Motor=
Pinion=0
MainGear=0
InternalGearRatio=0
TireDiameter=0
MaxRotationSpeed=255
MaxCurrent=0


[GeniusData]
StartAmp=150
AmpLimit=250
Turbo=1
BrakeMin=20
BrakeMax=100
AutoBrake=0
FullBrake=100
ABS=0
RPMLimit=0
Polzahl=2
Frequency=3
Reserved=89
MaxReverse=100
Softgas=50
PowerCurve=0
Autogas=0
Switch=0
OnAfterUSB=1
Timing=3
TimingWith=2


[GeniusDataAdv]
Reserved1=254
Softbrake=100
FullThrottle=22758
NeutralPoint=15368
FullBrakePoint=13725
NeutralPointWidth=80
ControllerMode=2
VoltageCutOff=250
PWMStartNoSensor=128
LimStartNoSensor=30
EffectNewBrake=150
Reserved2=0
SwitchPointRPM=250
MaxTiming=60
FixTiming=10
Timing2=110
Timing1=110
CutOffTempContr=100
MaxRPM=255
Firmware=72
MaxCurrent=0
CutOffTempMotor=85
MaxESCTemp=0
MaxMotorTemp=0
ActESCTemp=0
ActMotorTemp=0
EEProm=0
ActVoltage=0
CurrentOffset=0
MaxTempContr=0
MaxTempMotor=0
AbsMaxCurrent=0
DisCapacity=0
CurLimit_Temp=30
TimeToFull=20
CorrectCurLimit=20
MaxCapacity=1000
VoltageCorrect=150
MaxVoltage=0
Telemetry=0
Poles=2
Pinion=10
MainGear=50
TireDiam=20
InternGear=10
OverallGear=12057
Reserved4=0
HighByteParity=0
LowByteParity=0
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Old 05-20-2011, 04:55 PM   #2523
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Your acceleration page should look something like this,

but your fixed timing should be 25 and max timing 26.
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Old 05-21-2011, 11:22 AM   #2524
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@YZFAndy
I know what i'm reading, probably you don't know what he wrote.
Sorry dude. Tough we were on the same post.
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Old 05-24-2011, 06:34 PM   #2525
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Well I had another v3 13.5t kick the bucket frd 7.2
I race on a carpet track 20x30mtr so tried a x11 10.5t frd 7.88 motor came of at 60c is that to hot if so how do i have to gear for next week
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Old 05-25-2011, 12:37 AM   #2526
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Well I had another v3 13.5t kick the bucket frd 7.2
I race on a carpet track 20x30mtr so tried a x11 10.5t frd 7.88 motor came of at 60c is that to hot if so how do i have to gear for next week
60 isn't too hot, 75 or above is where you need to start worrying
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Old 05-25-2011, 04:40 AM   #2527
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60 isn't too hot, 75 or above is where you need to start worrying
I just dont wont to cook the motor as its not mine with 2 v3 blowing
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Old 05-28-2011, 04:12 PM   #2528
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How do I turn down the brake on GM90 when I was going down straight I lift off the car nearly stopped dead
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Old 05-29-2011, 05:34 AM   #2529
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Trying find drag brake setting on gm90 2010 to reduce the drag brake
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Old 05-29-2011, 01:45 PM   #2530
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its called autobrake on the brakes setting page
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Old 06-01-2011, 07:25 AM   #2531
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sorry, I'm not so good in English

When you have finished your speedo's set-up on the computer, try to make an another time your speedo mode with your transmitter.

For example, you drive with the mode 9. You change your speedo's setup with your computer, you disconnect your speedo and you make an other time the mode 9 with your transmitter to be sure your speedo is really calibrate with your transmitter.

An other question for you: You drive with a lot of brake?
I was just wondering something. If you apply some set-up changes on the PC, send the datas, then disconnect the speedo, these changes won't be cancelled if you recalibrate the transmitter afterward, even with the same mode number?
I would calibrate the transmitter first before applying any set-up changes.
Does it make sense or am I thinking too much hihi ?
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reselecting the mode/ doing transmitter setup wont change any speedo settings. Only if you do a factory reset will it alter the settings
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reselecting the mode/ doing transmitter setup wont change any speedo settings. Only if you do a factory reset will it alter the settings
Ok, thanks for clarifying my doubts.
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Anybody know where to find the graupner 6569 21.5 turn motor? Been searching the internet but the only places that have it are in germany and they don't post outside of the EU.
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Hi guys

im lookig for a GM120(GM 97168), if someone has please send me a MP

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