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Old 02-25-2011, 11:13 PM   #1741
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littlealex:

If both RED/GREEN LED flash at the same time, it means it experience radio jam or can't get the radio signal from the receiver. You can check your radio and check the plug to the receiver. If the plug to the receiver is not tight enough, it may have such problem.
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Old 03-01-2011, 11:00 AM   #1743
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Hi Max! Recently ship to you my RB50 for repair or replacement! Thanks for support me!
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Old 03-03-2011, 10:48 PM   #1744
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Hope this helps

1/ TimeShift: 1-9 (higher value = more timing)
2/ TimeShift Gain: 1-9 (higher value = faster timeshift ramp up to the maximum preset time shift defined at Page 1)
3/ Turbo: 1-9 (higher value = more turbo)
4/ Turbo ramp, 1-9
4-1: Ramp 1, Turbo delay 0.1s (higher ramp = faster turbo ramp up to the maximum turbo defined in Page 3)
4-2: Ramp 2, Turbo delay 0.1s
4-3: Ramp 3, Turbo delay 0.1s
4-4: Ramp 1, Turbo delay 0.2s
4-5: Ramp 2, Turbo delay 0.2s
4-6: Ramp 3, Turbo delay 0.2s
4-7: Ramp 1, Turbo delay 0.3s
4-8: Ramp 2, Turbo delay 0.3s
4-9: Ramp 3, Turbo delay 0.3s

5/ Drive profile, 1-9 (higher value = faster throttle response)
6/ Neutral brake, 1-9 (1=OFF)
7/ Temp Cut, 1-5 (5=OFF)
8/ LiPo cut, 1-4 (4=OFF)
9/ Motor, 1-2 (1=Super stock, 2=stock)
Can anyone please shed somelight on what those timeng numbers represent.
i.e
Time shift ranges from 1-9
I doubt that those values are the actual degrees the ESC is applying.
So I would like to know how many degrees goes with each value
for example
1= 5 degrees
2 = 10 degress
3 = 15 degrees

And the same for the turbo timing
Thx
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Old 03-08-2011, 01:23 AM   #1745
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Hi all,

Sorry for the recent spell of absence, home life had to take over for a while so I have been off the forum!

Anyhow, back now to hopfully help answer some questions if people get stuck!

As for the 1-9 numbers, I believe there not to be a set degree for the steps, although max is better with that kind of question to be fair.

I just got something near, then tried upping the ramp one at a time just keeping an eye on your motor temps.... small indoor track my motor comes off at 60c (with a fan) and speedo 30c.

not really answered your question, but I hope it helps a little!

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Old 03-08-2011, 01:58 AM   #1746
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Hi there,

I have recently started using my team wave speedo again after some time away, I put the most recent RB-S software on it but could not find a recommended starting setup anywhere, can anyone advise me on a starting point for 17.5 please?

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Old 03-08-2011, 03:54 AM   #1747
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Hello everyone:

The latest timing detail for the latest firmware (V2.1e) is as follow:

TimeShift
1: 1.875'
2: 3.75'
3: 7.5'
4: 15'
5: 22.5'
6: 30'
7: 37.5'
8: 45'
9: 52.5'

Turbo:
1: +1.875
2: +3.75
3: +5.625
4: +7.5
5: +9.375
6: +11.25
7: +13.125
8: +15
9: +16.875

Beware that this definition of timing may differ with other brands, this is for reference only. Also, different algorithm used in different brands will yield different results although timing is the same!
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Hello everyone:

The latest timing detail for the latest firmware (V2.1e) is as follow:

TimeShift
1: 1.875'
2: 3.75'
3: 7.5'
4: 15'
5: 22.5'
6: 30'
7: 37.5'
8: 45'
9: 52.5'

Turbo:
1: +1.875
2: +3.75
3: +5.625
4: +7.5
5: +9.375
6: +11.25
7: +13.125
8: +15
9: +16.875

Beware that this definition of timing may differ with other brands, this is for reference only. Also, different algorithm used in different brands will yield different results although timing is the same!
Thx that is exactly the info I was after...

Do you have something simialr for the values in the "Gain"?
Which I presume is the delay when/how the Time Shift is apllied, measured in secs?
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Old 03-11-2011, 02:31 AM   #1749
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Hello everyone:

The latest timing detail for the latest firmware (V2.1e) is as follow:

TimeShift
1: 1.875'
2: 3.75'
3: 7.5'
4: 15'
5: 22.5'
6: 30'
7: 37.5'
8: 45'
9: 52.5'

Turbo:
1: +1.875
2: +3.75
3: +5.625
4: +7.5
5: +9.375
6: +11.25
7: +13.125
8: +15
9: +16.875

Beware that this definition of timing may differ with other brands, this is for reference only. Also, different algorithm used in different brands will yield different results although timing is the same!
52.5' +16.875

so total is 69.375' ?
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Old 03-13-2011, 09:58 PM   #1750
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SeanV:
The gain is calculated by a formula, the higher the gain, the faster the timing rise to the set point.

flashrevolution:
The timing is topped at 60 degree
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Old 03-16-2011, 10:06 AM   #1751
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A quick question on version 2.10e is option 9 still for timed and untimed as I have only had it on setting 1 for timedso far and I am looking at doing a 17.5 zero timed class this summer or do I need to go back to 2.01
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Old 03-17-2011, 06:18 AM   #1752
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V2.10e page 9 should have 2 values, 1 for Timed and 2 for Zero Timing. If you can't find Value 2, try to update it again.
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Old 03-17-2011, 07:48 AM   #1753
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Dear Teamwave,

in RB30 manual is mentioned if you want to run brushed mode you have to add the schottky diode on motor. What diode should I put? Is this one will be ok?

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Old 03-17-2011, 08:55 AM   #1754
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TeamWave, does team wave had log rpm in it, or temp ?
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V2.10e page 9 should have 2 values, 1 for Timed and 2 for Zero Timing. If you can't find Value 2, try to update it again.
Thanks for the reply I thought it would but was just checking
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