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Old 02-13-2009, 05:54 AM   #2461
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how do I install the ver189? Do I need to uninstall the previous version first and then reinstall the 189?

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yes and you must remove some other things.
send me you mail adres in a pm. I have a word doc with the instructions in it.
It's also in this thread but i don't now where.
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Old 02-13-2009, 06:29 AM   #2462
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yes and you must remove some other things.
send me you mail adres in a pm. I have a word doc with the instructions in it.
It's also in this thread but i don't now where.
You've got PM!!

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Old 02-13-2009, 06:48 AM   #2463
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thanks for the help!
you got mail
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Old 02-13-2009, 09:17 AM   #2464
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Hi guys..

When you refer to red or Green power bands what are you refering too? (still waiting my RS, should come this weekend) Maybe it will be clear then!

I race TC Rubber 10.5... Would you guys say the 0 degree full boost is the place to start? or if anyone has a screen shot of a setup that I could start with that would be great...

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Old 02-13-2009, 09:30 AM   #2465
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Great news. Te Tekin redline sensord 10,5T motor is EFRA aproved

The EFRA list
http://www.mikky32.com/fotomap/Motor...20BL%20105.pdf

The BRCA list
http://www.mikky32.com/fotomap/specmotor_brca.pdf
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Old 02-13-2009, 11:28 AM   #2466
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No, that setup I posted is for 24 degrees of timing.

I'll change the timing based on traction and feel.
So this means with the boost set at 12 and the physical timing on the motor set to 12 we get to 24 degrees of timing?

I want to know where to set my timing on the endbell.

I cant wait to add the RX8 to my two RS pros. Great stuff guys keep it up.
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Haha, the powerbands are a little inside joke, there isn't anything like that.
Yes there is, an adjustable powerband at that!

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Old 02-13-2009, 12:04 PM   #2468
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So this means with the boost set at 12 and the physical timing on the motor set to 12 we get to 24 degrees of timing?

I want to know where to set my timing on the endbell.

I cant wait to add the RX8 to my two RS pros. Great stuff guys keep it up.
12 in the boost. than in the speedo it self there is like 15 extra hidden and than you can ply with your motor for the best result till 24 on the motor
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Does anybody have a link to or version 189 you can E Mail me...
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Tag I will take care of you myself. Emailed it already. Glad to see we got your attention. We were hoping to earn a ride in your car....

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Does anybody have a link to or version 189 you can E Mail me...
That avatar is great hahahaha.
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Can you use the novak cap 4700 uf 10v?
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Can you use the novak cap 4700 uf 10v?
That is a good question!! Same question I had in mind. Can we use the NOVAK CAPs? I am assuming we can, but I think an official word from Tekin can solidify assumptions.
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If the cap is mounted very close to the battery posts with short leads and well secured it works decent. Mounted with a few inches of wire we do not think it is very effective. Our cap is not a standard electrolytic capacitor and has a better ripple current rating at 1/10 the size. The large caps tend to be overkill on capacity, a little low on voltage and pretty slow for what we like. The lower the motor turns the more important it is. Spec motors are not much of a concern.

Poor quality batteries can stress the caps and cause failures. They struggle to control the voltage swings of a poor quality battery. This will be more important in 1/8 scale where voltage is already high and loads are heavy.
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If the cap is mounted very close to the battery posts with short leads and well secured it works decent. Mounted with a few inches of wire we do not think it is very effective. Our cap is not a standard electrolytic capacitor and has a better ripple current rating at 1/10 the size. The large caps tend to be overkill on capacity, a little low on voltage and pretty slow for what we like. The lower the motor turns the more important it is. Spec motors are not much of a concern.

Poor quality batteries can stress the caps and cause failures. They struggle to control the voltage swings of a poor quality battery. This will be more important in 1/8 scale where voltage is already high and loads are heavy.
Woah, and here I thought it functioned like those "boost bottles" the Nitro folk use on their cars, but barely does anything.
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