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Old 09-13-2010, 04:50 PM
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Default Atsushi Hara's IIC Tq and winning setup!

Now that the race is over here is Atsushi Hara's Super Stock winning setup. Hara was using the new Hotbodies TCX and Tekin RS Pro. His FDR was 6.3-6.4 depending on traction.

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Old 09-13-2010, 04:54 PM
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Congrats to Tekin and Hara...

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looking for a little help with my 12th scale 17.5 setup. I am running on a track that is 70x27ft. looking for a little more bottom end out of my setup. I have plenty of topend. The car feels very soft then power really kicks in good but seems like there is a 3-4 foot delay.
settings are
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current limiter 90
brake strength 100
neutral width 10
punch control 35
boost 50
start RPM 2540
end RPM 8004
turbo delay .4
turbo 5
turbo ramp 1
geared at 81/43
44mm tire

new to the 12th scale tuneing looking what i would change 1st to get rid of the little delay im feeling and keep solid power.
Would i reduse punch control and turbo delay?
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looking for a little help with my 12th scale 17.5 setup. I am running on a track that is 70x27ft. looking for a little more bottom end out of my setup. I have plenty of topend. The car feels very soft then power really kicks in good but seems like there is a 3-4 foot delay.
settings are
tp4
current limiter 90
brake strength 100
neutral width 10
punch control 35 what is this,i haven't seen a punch setting do you mean push
boost 5040/10 motor
start RPM 2540
end RPM 8004
turbo delay .4
turbo 5 0
turbo ramp 1
geared at 81/43
44mm tire

new to the 12th scale tuneing looking what i would change 1st to get rid of the little delay im feeling and keep solid power.
Would i reduse punch control and turbo delay?
try this and get back
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Now that the race is over here is Atsushi Hara's Super Stock winning setup. Hara was using the new Hotbodies TCX and Tekin RS Pro. His FDR was 6.3-6.4 depending on traction.

Congratulations to Atsushi Hara!
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Might have to give it a go and see the difference over my setup. Do you know if he was he using any end bell timing??

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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike View Post
Now that the race is over here is Atsushi Hara's Super Stock winning setup. Hara was using the new Hotbodies TCX and Tekin RS Pro. His FDR was 6.3-6.4 depending on traction.

Congratulations to Atsushi Hara!
It was super stock but 17.5 turn

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Originally Posted by 20 SMOKE View Post
try this and get back
yes i did mean push.

if i went to 10* on the motor and 40 on the turbo delay wouldnt that take away from my bottom end from being at a higher timing naturally?
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Originally Posted by micrors4guy View Post
yes i did mean push.

if i went to 10* on the motor and 40 on the turbo delay wouldnt that take away from my bottom end from being at a higher timing naturally?
your using a little motor timing that help coming out,also go back to off on the limiter and go to 2 on throttle profile
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G'day all,

I have got an RS and the ESC box is damaged. I am about to order one (from the US) but thought I would ask if anybody in the Sydney area (or OZ) that happens to have an RS box they with to be rid of or an old shagged out RS I can acquire for the box.

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Hara was running in the Super Stock 17.5 TC Class. He ran 8 degrees on the motor(Duo2 based).
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In a month, my regional championship will start. I'm running the 10.5 sedan rubber class... We have small tracks, as big as a basket-ball field. Considering that, what can be a good basis for me to setup my [email protected]?

My outdoor setup is quite satisfying, but I have nothing comparable for the indoor race...

Could you please help me?
(I'm also running a TCX, if it could help)

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In a month, my regional championship will start. I'm running the 10.5 sedan rubber class... We have small tracks, as big as a basket-ball field. Considering that, what can be a good basis for me to setup my [email protected]?

My outdoor setup is quite satisfying, but I have nothing comparable for the indoor race...

Could you please help me?
(I'm also running a TCX, if it could help)

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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike View Post
Hara was running in the Super Stock 17.5 TC Class. He ran 8 degrees on the motor(Duo2 based).
wat about the 60 deg max!
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wat about the 60 deg max!
I honestly don't know anybody that runs 60 deg or less.
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60 deg max is a relative number. I DON"T reccomend it for everyone. Gearing must be perfect when pushing the limits of setups/power. Understand I was right there working directly with Hara and the others with temp gun in hand making sure the cars would run right.

At one point we over did it and got his motor over 200. So we made some adjustments. Hara runs his car like a machine, hardly ever making a mistake. His car is always in motion and rarely looks like there's any wasted movements. Because of this he's not loading up the car as much as the average racer would be.

The average racer is not going to take the time we did to make sure the gearing is PERFECT. Any mistakes will melt down the motor. This race was at the highest level of competition where every tenth counted.

For club racing it's a bit extreme. So take the setup and dial back the boost to 45, cut the motor timing in half.
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