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Old 07-26-2011, 07:38 PM   #20896
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There is nothing new software wise coming for the RS line of esc's at this time.
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Old 07-26-2011, 07:53 PM   #20897
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My setup any suggestions i use this at most tracks with a few tweaks here and there
rack size
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Old 07-26-2011, 08:59 PM   #20898
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Old 07-27-2011, 05:19 AM   #20900
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Lol track size is 30m x 20m
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Old 07-27-2011, 06:30 AM   #20901
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My setup any suggestions i use this at most tracks with a few tweaks here and there
My suggestion for a Duo3:

50 boost
5,XXX start rpm
18,XXX end RPM
10-12 turbo
ramp 2
delay .20
1-2 notch advanced timing on the motor
6.0-6.5 FDR

That should be noticably faster than the setup you are using now.
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Old 07-27-2011, 06:24 PM   #20902
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My suggestion for a Duo3:

50 boost
5,XXX start rpm
18,XXX end RPM
10-12 turbo
ramp 2
delay .20
1-2 notch advanced timing on the motor
6.0-6.5 FDR

That should be noticably faster than the setup you are using now.
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Is this what you suggest too
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any idea of fdr for redline 17.5 boosted in a mini touring car?
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Old 07-30-2011, 05:28 AM   #20904
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Is this what you suggest too
thats fine,he and i were trying different setups at our region race
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Old 07-31-2011, 03:45 PM   #20905
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thats fine,he and i were trying different setups at our region race
Thanks for the advice guys one more question what would you recommend for a 70x30m track one full length straight and the rest is fast infield

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ask M-Technic for his k-raceway setup,i dont remember what i helped him with and the end result
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hey guys,

looking at team drivers for the rs pro. Nowhere it shows the timing in the speed controller. i have a dex410 on a 6.5 lrp motor. I'll be running sensored mode (not dual) and was wonder what's a good timing on the rs pro...

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looking at team drivers for the rs pro. Nowhere it shows the timing in the speed controller. i have a dex410 on a 6.5 lrp motor. I'll be running sensored mode (not dual) and was wonder what's a good timing on the rs pro...

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As mentionned above racers in mod class use dual mode, no timing.
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As mentionned above racers in mod class use dual mode, no timing.
I'm following setup sheets on Tekin site. They are running sensored. They show boost and turbo settings, but the sheet does not show timing setups.
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I'm following setup sheets on Tekin site. They are running sensored. They show boost and turbo settings, but the sheet does not show timing setups.
Timing advance only applies in dual mode. Most people set it to ~80 in case of a sensor wire failure, you will run in dual mode and still get some timing advance.

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Boost - increased timing in sensored mode
Turbo - increased timing in sensored mode
Timing advance - increased timing in dual mode.
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