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Old 11-28-2010, 01:48 PM   #18511
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Tekin 13.5 Geared 86/17 48p
Timing Profile c2
Throttle Profile 5
Endbell Timing 12
Boost 45
Start 5443
End 20016

Turbo 20
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Ramp 3.0

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You are WAY overtimed. You have nearly 77 degrees of timing! That will generate a ton of heat and a HUGE power bog.

Drop your turbo to 12, drop your motor timing to 0 and drop your turbo ramp to 2.0

Go drive the car.
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Old 11-28-2010, 02:29 PM   #18512
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You are WAY overtimed. You have nearly 77 degrees of timing! That will generate a ton of heat and a HUGE power bog.

Drop your turbo to 12, drop your motor timing to 0 and drop your turbo ramp to 2.0

Go drive the car.
I am racing 17.5T, not 13.5T, but I got around 75 degrees of timing in my setup using a Speed Passion V3 (10 endbell, 50 boost, 15 turbo, 5k start, 15k end, Turbo ramp 3) and got low temps (50c after 6 min) geared at 5.7. I have experienced great temps and no power bog.
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Old 11-28-2010, 02:38 PM   #18513
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I am racing 17.5T, not 13.5T, but I got around 75 degrees of timing in my setup using a Speed Passion V3 (10 endbell, 50 boost, 15 turbo, 5k start, 15k end, Turbo ramp 3) and got low temps (50c after 6 min) geared at 5.7. I have experienced great temps and no power bog.
Wow you must be racing in a fridge or something. Setting like that would kill my duo 2 17.5 in 5 mins.
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Old 11-28-2010, 02:43 PM   #18514
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Wow you must be racing in a fridge or something. Setting like that would kill my duo 2 17.5 in 5 mins.
I have slowly added more timing and kept a close eye to the temps. With these settings I am reaching 50c / 120F after 6 min. This is indoor carpet racing, with an air temp at 18c / 64F.
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Old 11-28-2010, 03:08 PM   #18515
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I have slowly added more timing and kept a close eye to the temps. With these settings I am reaching 50c / 120F after 6 min. This is indoor carpet racing, with an air temp at 18c / 64F.
Having low temps doesn't mean the motor is working well though. With all of the timing business, you are looking for a balance between speed and acceleration. I'd suggest you may have speed, but could get a lot more acceleration by dropping the guts out of the timing.
There is a reason the pro's don't run massive timing.....
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Old 11-28-2010, 03:58 PM   #18516
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Having low temps doesn't mean the motor is working well though. With all of the timing business, you are looking for a balance between speed and acceleration. I'd suggest you may have speed, but could get a lot more acceleration by dropping the guts out of the timing.
There is a reason the pro's don't run massive timing.....
I'm not losing anything in acceleration compared to the other guys. I did have to much acceleration / power with an FDR at 5.95 causing my tires to spin, so I dropped my FDR to 5.7.
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Old 11-28-2010, 04:58 PM   #18517
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Hi guys, what is the lowest turn motor I can run in touring car with the tekin rs. Not rs pro
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7.5, 6.5 is pushing it
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Hi guys, what is the lowest turn motor I can run in touring car with the tekin rs. Not rs pro
5 turn max, per. Tekins web site
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5 turn max, per. Tekins web site
For 2wd, 4wd the limmit is higher like 20 SMOKE said.
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For 2wd, 4wd the limmit is higher like 20 SMOKE said.

Is that on Tekins web site?
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From Tekins web site.

Controls: Forward/Brake/Reverse
ON Resistance: 0.0001 Ohms brushed fwd mode, 0.0003 Ohms brushless mode, 0.0003 Ohms brushed fwd/rev mode
Input Voltage: 4-9 Cells, 3S Lipo
BEC: 6.0V/3.0A
Motor Limit Brushless Mode: 5 Turn, 36mm can
Motor Limit Brushed Fwd Only Mode: None
Motor Limit Brushed Fwd/Rev Mode: 12 Turn
Throttle Profiles: 7 choices (on board)
Brushed Modes: Fwd Only, Fwd/Rev, Rev Delay
Brushless Modes: Fwd Only, Fwd/Rev, Rev Delay
Dimensions: 1.3 x 1.00" x .45" (33 x 25.4 x 11.5mm)
Weight: 2.0oz with included 12G wiring
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For 2wd, 4wd the limmit is higher like 20 SMOKE said.
????? Where did you see this?
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It has been talked about several times in these forums by teem drivers.
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