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Old 04-03-2014, 01:15 PM   #23326
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can anyone please give me a starting setup for a rs speedo/10.5gen2 motor
boosted in a touring car.for indoor carpet track,lap times around 12-14 sec
depending on layout. new to tekin products so any help would be great.

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I'd be interested in this one too.

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Old 04-04-2014, 11:46 AM   #23327
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Is it possible to install any type temp sensor so you can monitor motor temps in the data logger? None of my motors contain a temp sensor. I just purchased your new rsx and a data log for motor temps would be useful for mod sedan. Sorry it this topic has been covered.

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It may be possible but I'd likely not attempt it.
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Old 04-04-2014, 11:48 AM   #23328
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can anyone please give me a starting setup for a rs speedo/10.5gen2 motor
boosted in a touring car.for indoor carpet track,lap times around 12-14 sec
depending on layout. new to tekin products so any help would be great.

thanks rick..
There are a lot them here to look at http://www.teamtekin.com/hotwire/esc...up-sheets.html

That's fast lap so your gearing will likely be much different. Hara's 11.5 setup was on a huge outdoor track.
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Old 04-04-2014, 12:06 PM   #23329
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all the setups i've seen vary so much,been new to tekin
i just wanted a safe starting point. carn't see anything for
10.5 touring car on that link.

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all the setups i've seen vary so much,been new to tekin
i just wanted a safe starting point. carn't see anything for
10.5 touring car on that link.

thanks rick..
10.5 boosted is not very common for sedan carpet racing. The safest method is not to use boost or turbo. Tune with can timing and gearing. You can add turbo and boost later if needed. I would just throw some turbo at it if needed. Good fans and temps are important.

Wondering about a 14 second lap times with that type power available. That must be a very large and/or very technical carpet track. We race on a 82' x 36' Ozite rug and fast lap times for 17.5 blinky is always sub 10 seconds on several different layouts.
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how do I set reverse n tekin rs gen 2 ?
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how do I set reverse n tekin rs gen 2 ?
Using the Hotwire for the ESC there's a check box to reverse motor direction.
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Using the Hotwire for the ESC there's a check box to reverse motor direction.
I mean reverse of the rc car if I m stuck against the wall
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I mean reverse of the rc car if I m stuck against the wall
That's very easy with the Hotwire.

Or by onboard tuning here:

http://www.teamtekin.com/manuals/RSG2_Manual.pdf
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I have not heard about a 1s esc for a while, is there still going to be one built or did I miss something?
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Tekin RS Gen 1

cuts out power when I case jumps, but a few seconds later, after rolling off the jump it comes back to life. Settings not being changed by wires making a button push.

Is this a common issue, or a bad cap, sensor board/wire, etc?
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Tekin RS Gen 1

cuts out power when I case jumps, but a few seconds later, after rolling off the jump it comes back to life. Settings not being changed by wires making a button push.

Is this a common issue, or a bad cap, sensor board/wire, etc?
What radio system and servo?
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Randy, it's a DX3R/Savox setup with a Novak cap plugged into the receiver.

Have two others with the same setup. Happens when I case a large double or triple. Any hard landing, where I bottom out.
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Randy, it's a DX3R/Savox setup with a Novak cap plugged into the receiver.

Have two others with the same setup. Happens when I case a large double or triple. Any hard landing, where I bottom out.
Ok,

Do me a favor and please on the bench car on wiggle the steering and watch the receiver led. Does it flicker at all? If so unplug the cap, retest. Worse or better?
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Randy, it's a DX3R/Savox setup with a Novak cap plugged into the receiver.

Have two others with the same setup. Happens when I case a large double or triple. Any hard landing, where I bottom out.
If memory serves me correctly, this subject came up before.
Does depressing one or both of the buttons on top of the ESC cause the same symptoms?
If so, the internals of one or both of these switches may be actuating under the hard chassis slap. Use thicker servo tape (double up on what you normally use) to see if the issue goes away.
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