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Old 12-22-2010, 07:59 PM   #18991
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Start and end RPM set when your boost will start and end. So if you set you boost to 50 start and 1000 and end and 10000, the esc will start adding timing at 1000rpm and by the time you hit 10000 rpm you will have 50 degrees of timing. That timing will hold at 50 as long as you stay at or above 10000 rpm.

Turbo is time based. If you set your turbo to 10 and .5 delay, after .5sec of full throttle, the ESC will begin to add timing till it hits 10degrees. How fast it gets to 10degrees will depend on your ramp rate. This timing will hold as long as you hold full throttle.
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Start and end RPM set when your boost will start and end. So if you set you boost to 50 start and 1000 and end and 10000, the esc will start adding timing at 1000rpm and by the time you hit 10000 rpm you will have 50 degrees of timing. That timing will hold at 50 as long as you stay at or above 10000 rpm.

Turbo is time based. If you set your turbo to 10 and .5 delay, after .5sec of full throttle, the ESC will begin to add timing till it hits 10degrees. How fast it gets to 10degrees will depend on your ramp rate. This timing will hold as long as you hold full throttle.
cool..... thanks pakk!!..... i traveled away from Malaysia for this... thanks again bro...
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Old 12-23-2010, 07:56 PM   #18993
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Hey guys,

can anyone help me with TITC sp 11.5 set-up?

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Old 12-23-2010, 08:10 PM   #18994
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Start and end RPM set when your boost will start and end. So if you set you boost to 50 start and 1000 and end and 10000, the esc will start adding timing at 1000rpm and by the time you hit 10000 rpm you will have 50 degrees of timing. That timing will hold at 50 as long as you stay at or above 10000 rpm.

Turbo is time based. If you set your turbo to 10 and .5 delay, after .5sec of full throttle, the ESC will begin to add timing till it hits 10degrees. How fast it gets to 10degrees will depend on your ramp rate. This timing will hold as long as you hold full throttle.
Great info, Question: What is a good spread on start and end RPM on a touring car w/17.5? The track has a 70ft straight, on carpet.
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To be conservative, I'd go 5k 15k with about 45 then adjust from there. There are a lot of setups on Tekins site from their team drivers.
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To be conservative, I'd go 5k 15k with about 45 then adjust from there. There are a lot of setups on Tekins site from their team drivers.
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Great info, Question: What is a good spread on start and end RPM on a touring car w/17.5? The track has a 70ft straight, on carpet.
What brand 17.5 are you using? The funny thing I'm seeing is that everyone has a different driving style and start and end RPM'S are all over the place. What has worked for me personally has been a start of about 2,500 and an end of 9,500. I do plan on trying a start of 5,000 and an end of 20,000 with all of my other settings the same. I've run this on small tracks and large tracks. I have been running off road lately and feel it's taught me how to better tune my sedan because I have been able to adjust the settings for traction rather than for raw power. What settings are you currently running?
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What brand 17.5 are you using? The funny thing I'm seeing is that everyone has a different driving style and start and end RPM'S are all over the place. What has worked for me personally has been a start of about 2,500 and an end of 9,500. I do plan on trying a start of 5,000 and an end of 20,000 with all of my other settings the same. I've run this on small tracks and large tracks. I have been running off road lately and feel it's taught me how to better tune my sedan because I have been able to adjust the settings for traction rather than for raw power. What settings are you currently running?
I'm running a LRP X-12 17.5, I have been running the 4k to 10k range on the RPM's and 50 boost. Just curious what everyone else thinks.
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I'm running a LRP X-12 17.5, I have been running the 4k to 10k range on the RPM's and 50 boost. Just curious what everyone else thinks.
45 Boost for me but now with 212 I play with the min throtle as well.
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What brand 17.5 are you using? The funny thing I'm seeing is that everyone has a different driving style and start and end RPM'S are all over the place.
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Everyone has a different way of managing the power, some like a short burst of power through a minimal rpm range, (aggressive) others prefer to smooth it out over several K rpm, there is no "right or wrong" setting

Obviously esc settings can be dependant on grip levels too.

As long as the motor is geared right for the track and therefore not hot after a run, it's all good....
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raced last weekend with my TRF416,
x11 10.5 geared at 8.0 timed 25deg
All timing options full open, boost 55, 5k-15k, turbo 20, 0.25s

had inmense amounts of power and brakes! absoulutely rocking! motor got 65deg C after 5 minutes and 75 after 10. it was like driving a modified motor! love the scream at the back straight of 20meters
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raced last weekend with my TRF416,
x11 10.5 geared at 8.0 timed 25deg
All timing options full open, boost 55, 5k-15k, turbo 20, 0.25s

had inmense amounts of power and brakes! absoulutely rocking! motor got 65deg C after 5 minutes and 75 after 10. it was like driving a modified motor! love the scream at the back straight of 20meters
i have been running a SP 9,5 geared around 7.5 with boost 50, 34xx-1000, turbo 20, 0,00 delay the motor came off around 75 deg. C after 6 min
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raced last weekend with my TRF416,
x11 10.5 geared at 8.0 timed 25deg
All timing options full open, boost 55, 5k-15k, turbo 20, 0.25s

had inmense amounts of power and brakes! absoulutely rocking! motor got 65deg C after 5 minutes and 75 after 10. it was like driving a modified motor! love the scream at the back straight of 20meters
Just curious if you felt any fading after a few minutes or did it stay constant throughout the 5 minute run? Did you use a fan on the motor?

I am not sure if that setup works on the MACH outdoors but i will try that setup on the indoortrack next time
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Just curious if you felt any fading after a few minutes or did it stay constant throughout the 5 minute run? Did you use a fan on the motor?

I am not sure if that setup works on the MACH outdoors but i will try that setup on the indoortrack next time
on small tracks it will work because you never have full timing.
i think that a lower end rpm with a lower boost and turbo will get the same speeds.
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