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Old 04-30-2011, 01:36 PM   #20401
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What would you want it to do?
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Old 04-30-2011, 04:51 PM   #20402
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done with tekin great controller when it worked reminds me too much like a victor iq charger great features but just not reliable.good luck with them.
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Old 05-01-2011, 03:48 PM   #20403
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What would you want it to do?
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bad thing to ask!

id like to be able to plug in a coffee pot into the tekin and it to make a flat white while im marshalling, and to finish brewing when i get back to the container

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with the new 312 software due out next year its going to be able to mix Jack & Coke.. plus sms the misses telling her u will be home soon as there is an emergency at the track..



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very upset with my tekin rs as stated in previous posts with the 12 67 leds flashing.sensor cable motor soldering poor ect.just got new sensor cable and a new speed controller.tried new sensor cable first still 12 67.installed new speed controller old sensor wire and motor and everything works fine.i'd say its probably like 90 percent of time it's the speed control.who can i talk to to see if tekin will cover a 3hr. of use tekin rs.had over 90 days but didn't know they have a self life.
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:14 PM   #20405
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I ran 17.5 boosted this weekend and had a problem with my boost not coming in on the straightway the two first laps it came in but after that it was flat any suggestion?
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:20 PM   #20406
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add 10 to your th epa and try again if not post your setup
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I am assuming these custom throttle profiles are similar to throttle profile 1-5 but with certain customizable features. This has given me an idea. There could be a use for adjustable Timing profiles. I made a quick graph to demonstrate what I'm talking about. The first horizontal line is the fixed amount of motor timing and where the line takes a slope upwards is where boost kicks in over the specified RPM range. I purposefully did not include the turbo timing because it is based on full throttle and time delay and not related to RPM.

In the three graphs the first is what we have now. The second could be if boost profiles were added. This could be linear (middle), soft (lower), and aggressive (upper). It would change how fast timing was added once the motor enters the rpm range of the boost. The third graph would be manipulated timing over the entire RPM range starting at zero. Assuming zero motor timing the esc would start the motor out at a certain level of timing and add timing slowly over the lower rpm range. This could benefit on a tight infield keeping the esc from adding too much timing too quickly. The line then steepens as rpm increases in faster sections and levels out at the top range.

I'm not saying this is the way it should be, just another way it could (possibly) maximize performance and efficiency.
What you illustrated is basically the function of the RPM range for the boost. Closer RPM range = the timing is added faster. Spread out the RPM range = the timing is added slower.
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I ran 17.5 boosted this weekend and had a problem with my boost not coming in on the straightway the two first laps it came in but after that it was flat any suggestion?
What fixed it for me was to do a factory reset on the ESC and re-calibrate and program the timing settings again. Check the capacitor legs that they haven't broken off.
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I am assuming the answer, but I thought I would ask. When using the new 550 sc motors should it be paired with a RS Pro?
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I am assuming the answer, but I thought I would ask. When using the new 550 sc motors should it be paired with a RS Pro?
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I have started runniing mod at our track this year, but I only have an RS. What is the lowest turn motor I can run in TC with the RS? I know this was answered a long time ago, but I can't find it now, thinking it was like 7.5. Thanks
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I have started runniing mod at our track this year, but I only have an RS. What is the lowest turn motor I can run in TC with the RS? I know this was answered a long time ago, but I can't find it now, thinking it was like 7.5. Thanks
A 6.5 and 7.5 is pretty safe based on my experience. Some people run lower than that but it's not recommended.
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A 6.5 and 7.5 is pretty safe based on my experience. Some people run lower than that but it's not recommended.
Thanks for the reply. Would a second cap be needed running those? I'm using a 10.5 right now, but I have a feeling a will want to go lower later.
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