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Old 11-05-2012, 07:16 PM   #22951
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Rob, just click on the 212 setups. Try Hara's setup, but start with a little less turbo and then bump it up if needed. Check temps frequently.
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No problem. Start with the 6.5 FDR he used also.
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:38 AM   #22953
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Hello,

I'm searching 223 setup for touring 13.5 boosted.
Car = Tc6.1
Packs = Reedy 6500 65C
Motor = Orion 13.5.
Speedo : Tekin RS PRO + 223 software.
Small carpet track.

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Hello,

I'm searching 223 setup for touring 13.5 boosted.
Car = Tc6.1
Packs = Reedy 6500 65C
Motor = Orion 13.5.
Speedo : Tekin RS PRO + 223 software.
Small carpet track.

Thanks
Sébastien.
Start with Hara's 17.5 setup, dial back the boost and turbo a couple of notches to begin with(46-48 boost, 10-12 Turbo). Start with an FDR around 7.2 - 7.5. That should get you in the ballpark.
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Dear Randy
Can you explained to us, how this Tekin esc work. I mean, which is come 1st. Let say, we use 5k start RPM, end RPM is 20k, its mean, after 20K the Turbo is engage..? How if we set it use motor RPM, like Tekin 10.5T is 33,300RPM on 7.4V. So we put the RPM is around 28,000. Is it need to wait 28,000RPM, then the Turbo will engaged?... Please advise, so we can use this as our setting tips...
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Can you explained to us, how this Tekin esc work. I mean, which is come 1st. Let say, we use 5k start RPM, end RPM is 20k, its mean, after 20K the Turbo is engage..? How if we set it use motor RPM, like Tekin 10.5T is 33,300RPM on 7.4V. So we put the RPM is around 28,000. Is it need to wait 28,000RPM, then the Turbo will engaged?... Please advise, so we can use this as our setting tips...
This may help you out.

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Dear Randy
Can you explained to us, how this Tekin esc work. I mean, which is come 1st. Let say, we use 5k start RPM, end RPM is 20k, its mean, after 20K the Turbo is engage..? How if we set it use motor RPM, like Tekin 10.5T is 33,300RPM on 7.4V. So we put the RPM is around 28,000. Is it need to wait 28,000RPM, then the Turbo will engaged?... Please advise, so we can use this as our setting tips...
Turbo is not regulated by rpm, only time.

Please read the guide the other gentlemen posted. It should answer your ?'s
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Hey guys sorry this is off the topic, But I have a nitro road car with a fs12 sw engine in it with a tamiya chassis and i cant get the car to start ! The only way it will start is if i pull the glow plug out and put fuel down the carby then it will start first time and run for a few seconds, Would anyone be able to help me ? Thankyou!
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Hey guys sorry this is off the topic, But I have a nitro road car with a fs12 sw engine in it with a tamiya chassis and i cant get the car to start ! The only way it will start is if i pull the glow plug out and put fuel down the carby then it will start first time and run for a few seconds, Would anyone be able to help me ? Thankyou!
Try the Nitro On-Road forum. This thread is about Tekin RS electronic speed controls.
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Hi Randy, so its useless if we set the end RPM higher rite? Coz somebody tell me if we set the end RPM using recommended by Team Tekin 20,000RPM its become normal motor. Coz they told me, Redline motor RPM is 33,000RPM. Set it to 30K or 28K
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Hi Randy, so its useless if we set the end RPM higher rite? Coz somebody tell me if we set the end RPM using recommended by Team Tekin 20,000RPM its become normal motor. Coz they told me, Redline motor RPM is 33,000RPM. Set it to 30K or 28K
The RPM start and end points are mearly to set the range that the boost changes effectiveness. The bigger the difference between these two numbers, the more gradual the boost is applied. Smaller difference results in a more aggressive increase in boost. Now depending on what motor you are running and the gearing you are using will determine the proper range and aggressiveness the boost should be applied. The lower the starting RPM, the more initial rip you will experience which can be both good and bad depending on grip levels. You can either overheat the motor or loose traction if this setting is too low. End Rpm determines how quickly the motor accelerates over the usable RPM range of your motor/ gearing combination. Just because your motor is rated at 30k RPM doesn't mean that the end RPM should be the same. It's actually somewhat irrelevant. The boost is a performance enhancer and should be set according to the performance of your whole package not just your motor specs.

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Is there hotwire software thats compatible with a mac...i cant find it anywhere!!
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Old 11-11-2012, 01:27 PM   #22963
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I cant figure this out ....how come when i go to update my esc it says version 180 is the latest and how come when my speedo is connected tohotwire it just shows basic settings no boost or turbo or battery type and theres no advanced button or nothing how do i program my boost and turbo?
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Old 11-11-2012, 04:33 PM   #22964
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and can someone also tell me why the hotwire software is asking for a .net framework update when i just spent 1 hour and half updating my computer....am i the only one who has this much trouble with tekin software downloads....i mean it shouldnt be this difficult!
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Old 11-11-2012, 06:35 PM   #22965
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hello. i am rs pro user. pls give me timing setting for 4.5t touring car. i run at TITC. thanks
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