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  • JUST STARTING OUT
    so lets see I if I got this right,
    12r5.1/13.5/tekuin rs/220 mah/Donny Lia esc setup with about 80mm rollout/futaba servo and start there...... god i hope so
    I do have some track time with the car,just not with the tekin in it.and dam this thing is way to cool
  • whats wrong Tj
  • Thanks Jamie!

    Jeff
  • Quote: whats wrong Tj
    I think that v203 had more rip. Or maybe I am too used to that SP speedo I was running.
  • tekin issue
    my buddy is haveing problem with the rs not finding the throttle or the brake and i know when he tries to get it the first 3 lights flash, any help will be great thanks
  • Quote: my buddy is haveing problem with the rs not finding the throttle or the brake and i know when he tries to get it the first 3 lights flash, any help will be great thanks
    try reversing the TH then calibrate if it doesn't hold both buttons down to reset it
  • Quote: I think that v203 had more rip. Or maybe I am too used to that SP speedo I was running.
    try the same settings but turn the turbo to 0
  • did they ever solve the "checking up" when you let off the throttle? thats why i went back to 203, and it feels like it has more rip.. if TJ figures it out i'll steal his setup.. HA!
  • Quote: try the same settings but turn the turbo to 0
    Even if that gave me more rip, how do you compensate for straightaway speed?
  • Quote: Even if that gave me more rip, how do you compensate for straightaway speed?
    try it first to see if the rip comes back then add the turbo in a little at a time and see if the rip stays
  • Strange problem today with a new Tekin RS I just dropped into my 1/10 Kyosho RB5 buggy with Novak Ballistic 13.5.

    I set it up fully sensored with TP3 default. 25 drag brake, 10 neutral point, brakes 80. Kopropo radio - mostly at defaults. I dialed the Novak endbell back to 15 degrees from the stock 30, with the goal to get more low end before boost kicks in at a little of 5k rpm.

    With this setup the car felt very slow. There was very little punch, which made jumping tough. In fact one person sailed high above me before landing right on top of me and snapping his chassis in half.

    I took my car off the track after the qualifier and blipped the throttle a few times and you could tell power was way down. I had left reversed on (with delay). Interestingly when I blipped reverse I had tons of power - so only forward was affected.

    With Kopropo radios, the throttle is by default set to "reverse". I switched to normal to see if this was the problem, but then it would not allow me to calibrate the speed control, so i went back to the "reverse" setting.

    I msg'd Randy already, but wondering if anyone else has an idea? I'm going to re-solder connects, try a different motor, and if this fails, likely send RS to Tekin to look at.

    Any thoughts?
  • Quote: Even if that gave me more rip, how do you compensate for straightaway speed?
    also try min NW and up on the TP
  • Quote: Strange problem today with a new Tekin RS I just dropped into my 1/10 Kyosho RB5 buggy with Novak Ballistic 13.5.

    I set it up fully sensored with TP3 default. 25 drag brake, 10 neutral point, brakes 80. Kopropo radio - mostly at defaults. I dialed the Novak endbell back to 15 degrees from the stock 30, with the goal to get more low end before boost kicks in at a little of 5k rpm.

    With this setup the car felt very slow. There was very little punch, which made jumping tough. In fact one person sailed high above me before landing right on top of me and snapping his chassis in half.

    I took my car off the track after the qualifier and blipped the throttle a few times and you could tell power was way down. I had left reversed on (with delay). Interestingly when I blipped reverse I had tons of power - so only forward was affected.

    With Kopropo radios, the throttle is by default set to "reverse". I switched to normal to see if this was the problem, but then it would not allow me to calibrate the speed control, so i went back to the "reverse" setting.

    I msg'd Randy already, but wondering if anyone else has an idea? I'm going to re-solder connects, try a different motor, and if this fails, likely send RS to Tekin to look at.

    Any thoughts?
    sounds like it is in dual mode,double check it and check the sensor wire to make sure it working
  • Quote: Strange problem today with a new Tekin RS I just dropped into my 1/10 Kyosho RB5 buggy with Novak Ballistic 13.5.

    I set it up fully sensored with TP3 default. 25 drag brake, 10 neutral point, brakes 80. Kopropo radio - mostly at defaults. I dialed the Novak endbell back to 15 degrees from the stock 30, with the goal to get more low end before boost kicks in at a little of 5k rpm.

    With this setup the car felt very slow. There was very little punch, which made jumping tough. In fact one person sailed high above me before landing right on top of me and snapping his chassis in half.

    I took my car off the track after the qualifier and blipped the throttle a few times and you could tell power was way down. I had left reversed on (with delay). Interestingly when I blipped reverse I had tons of power - so only forward was affected.

    With Kopropo radios, the throttle is by default set to "reverse". I switched to normal to see if this was the problem, but then it would not allow me to calibrate the speed control, so i went back to the "reverse" setting.

    I msg'd Randy already, but wondering if anyone else has an idea? I'm going to re-solder connects, try a different motor, and if this fails, likely send RS to Tekin to look at.

    Any thoughts?
    Try adding the motor timing back in. I personally feel that lower timing takes away from the motors all around power. Top end and out of the corner rip seems to be increased when I turn the motor timing up,
  • Novak ballistic really comes alive with 40 degree of timing and this motor like to be gear taller. With KO Helios/JR Z1 you need to have the neutral band at default or you will have problem calibrating.

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