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Old 06-07-2009, 02:56 AM   #721
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Hi!
With my win xp prof works this: CP210x_VCP_Win2K_XP_S2K3.exe
if you don't find it I can give it to you :-)

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Yes, pls email to me. I have sent you a PM. Thanks!

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Old 06-07-2009, 12:12 PM   #722
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Last question Martin...

In comparaison with your setting, I have 22 Reserved and 9 Frequency.

What will be the difference ?
we always use frequency 1 in Modified and 3 in stock

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I am interested in getting a GM 10.5 motor for the Tc national here in the UK BUT ive heard rumours that they will lack in performance and not run very well when with a Nosram Esc and that they are really made for the GM esc's. Also i have heard that they are meant for Esc's that have variable timing like the GM or Stock spec esc's and dont perform aswell with an esc without this feature like the Nosram ISTC etc.

Is this true?

Could someone help me as i need a motor very soon and was interested in the GM , i dont know now though?
in general for stock you should use a ESC with stock software, otherwise you will always lack performance
but the motor ofcourse also works with a nosram speedo

gm stock motors are absolut #1 choice amongst racers here in germany with over 95% of the drivers at the last german outdoor national used the GM motor

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Hey Martin hope were all keeping you busy good job.

Could you tell me on version 1.3.6 where it has opened up the special tab which has the switching point rpm, and timing 2 & 1 adjustable settings, what does this actually change and how and which is the best settings to run on with GM 6.5 with 12.5 rotor.
I am already running in mode 8 over 3 and running on a medium sized asphalt track geared at 7.0fdr
I am currently running switching RPM @ 25,000rpm
Timing 2 @ 120 & Timing 1 @ 80

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set switchpoint to something around 18000 and timing 1 and 2 both to 110

don't mess around with special settings ... most / nearly all of the teamdrivers don't do so too
it's far more complicated than what it looks like and you will most likely mess up more than you gain

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Hi Martin,

Thanks for all the help.

Ran Mode 6 copied to 3 as you suggested and low down punch was much better than 8 copied to 3. Temp on my GM 13.5 pro was not a problem

Can you copy 7 to 3? and what sort of profile would this give you?
we don't use 7 copied to anywhere
actually we never use 7 anyway

either mode 6 copied to mode 3 for 5cell racing, or 8 copied to mode 3 if temperature is too high

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Just got the GM Genius 120 esc.
Can someone help with the right software for the USB driver etc.
When you click on the USB driver link on the Graupner site, you end up on a site from Silicon Labs with no instructions on what to do....

Any help appreciated.

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click on me to download USB Driver
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Old 06-07-2009, 01:14 PM   #723
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does the Genius 90 come with a sensor cable ???
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Old 06-07-2009, 01:30 PM   #724
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yes it comes with an adaptor but I'd suggest to order 2894.4
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Old 06-07-2009, 01:39 PM   #725
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what is that martin ??

found it
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Old 06-07-2009, 02:18 PM   #726
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unlike the pic the sensorwire is all black
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that is a sensor wire for motors to speedo not just a condersion wire

cool ordering one of those also

thank you martin
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Old 06-07-2009, 05:03 PM   #728
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Thanks Martin. Got it working now. Took abit time though. A direct link like that is better than being sent to a website with many links. The documentation is possibly not the most impressive I have seen, but anyway, it is working now.

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Old 06-07-2009, 05:05 PM   #729
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yes it comes with an adaptor but I'd suggest to order 2894.4
Is this (2894.4) only for GM motors or will it also fit LRP, SP etc?

Also, the adapter cable that comes with the Genius, can it be used with LRP, SP motors, or only with GM motors?

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Old 06-08-2009, 09:58 AM   #730
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The conversion cable and sensor cable that martin has posted Connect to all (as far as im aware) sensored motors. The gm motors have the common sensor plug the same as lrp and novak. It is only the speedcontroller that is different
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Old 06-08-2009, 01:20 PM   #731
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hey guys,
Ive downloaded the usb port download as above in the other post.
Is there anything else that I need to download>
The instructions say AS Genius tool, but im unsure on what else i need


If someone could help then it would be much appreciated

thanks
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hey guys,
Ive downloaded the usb port download as above in the other post.
Is there anything else that I need to download>
The instructions say AS Genius tool, but im unsure on what else i need


If someone could help then it would be much appreciated

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For nowadays soft in esc (> 6.0 try use this:
http://www.graupner.de/fileadmin/sof...up_V1.3.6_.zip )

For older soft in ESC try use this:
http://www.graupner.de/fileadmin/sof...p_01_01_05.zip
it works with 4 mode esc and 8 mode soft version 4.9 (frimware=19, I have this one)

All info there:
http://shop.graupner.de/webuerp/servlet/AI?ARTN=7168



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ok my girlfriend has ordered my new GM120 for my birthday

BRING ON THE SPEED

martin what do i need to change first to progam this or do i just try the factory settings first ???

cheeRS phil
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ok my girlfriend has ordered my new GM120 for my birthday

BRING ON THE SPEED

martin what do i need to change first to progam this or do i just try the factory settings first ???

cheeRS phil
Just stick to the stock how-to if you are running stock

and try mode 6 background copied into mode 3
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hello martin
is the difrence in program 6 to 3 and 8 to3 the same as normal 6 or 8.
and wat is the difrence from normal 6 or 6 to 3 in driving feeling
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