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Old 01-26-2011, 10:03 PM   #19396
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I'll play with the throttle control.

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lower the start to 2-3 and 12 min throttle
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Old 01-26-2011, 10:34 PM   #19397
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Fair enough How have things been on the rug? I miss ya'll I'm playing in the dirt now.
Knocked 2/10ths off tonight at Nor-Cal after remembering your post last night. Thanks Clint!

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Track is about 100x50 it's a temporary parking lot track so our layout change every race day. I really like how fast is the car right now and the bottom end is insane. I just need to make the throttle feel smoother. On the infield it feels like I have a second gear when the turbo kicks in.

Boost - 50 degree
Turbo - 15 degree
RPM - 5400-20000
Delay - .2 sec
Ramp - 2
Dynamic timing - 30 degree
Motor - duo 3
FDR - 6.9
Turn your boost down a bit say to 40 or take your end rpm's up to 23000 and see if that smoothes out the car. There just seems to be a bunch of timing in this set up. Hot hot is the motor after a run?
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Knocked 2/10ths off tonight at Nor-Cal after remembering your post last night. Thanks Clint!

Wait until Saturday...

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Back to the roots there Clint..M&M..
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Old 01-26-2011, 10:50 PM   #19401
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Back to the roots there Clint..M&M..
M&M was the best track ever. We use to drive down there for frickin' club races....LOL I wonder what the owner is doing now? His son was pretty fast too.
Oh and if I was truly back to me roots I'd be running a losi right now.......The 22 is coming.
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M&M was the best track ever. We use to drive down there for frickin' club races....LOL I wonder what the owner is doing now? His son was pretty fast too.
Oh and if I was truly back to me roots I'd be running a losi right now.......The 22 is coming.
That's where I met you Clint..how times have changed..need to be pretty savvy on the tuning skills nowadays..turbo..non turbo..it can get confusioning..
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I see it now...XXX-S Clint...Catchy!
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I'm having some trouble connecting my new hotwire and downloading the software. The computer doesn't even recognize its there. All of the lights are on the HW instead of just the green one. I've un-installed the software and re-installed it with no joy. Any ideas?
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Old 01-27-2011, 12:45 AM   #19405
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I'm having some trouble connecting my new hotwire and downloading the software. The computer doesn't even recognize its there. All of the lights are on the HW instead of just the green one. I've un-installed the software and re-installed it with no joy. Any ideas?
I was having a simular problem last night, one light on hotwire and one of the middle lights on RS turned on. But the program could see any of it! Went to Tekin website and downloaded latest hotwire software. All sorted
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If your hotwire is new, make sure the case isn't interfering with the USB cable. A little careful trimming with a hobby knife is all it takes, you want to take any strain off where the USB cable connects to the hotwire.
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Old 01-27-2011, 05:37 AM   #19407
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Motor temp is around 170-185 degree. Yap a lot of timing but the top end speed and bottom is insane.

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Old 01-27-2011, 06:15 AM   #19408
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Motor temp is around 170-185 degree. Yap a lot of timing but the top end speed and bottom is insane.
Are you using 212? If so what is the min throtle set at?
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I'm running 212 I haven't really play with throttle control so I'm on stock setup right now on my minimum throttle.
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Old 01-27-2011, 06:36 AM   #19410
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This is a Tekin related question, but involves the EPIC Duo motors.

I run the RS Pro here in the UK, using Duo2 13.5t motors. Awesome combo, stupid quick, loads of punch...love it ! I noticed the Duo3 is out and wondered how many Tekin drivers have switched to the Duo3 from the Duo2 and how they found the new motor compaired to the older one ?

Ive only just put my spare Duo2 in (even though the year old one is still god bar the can bearing being jammed onto the rotor now) so like the product, and it teams up with the Tekin well.

Cheers anyone who can help !

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