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Old 04-13-2009, 09:27 AM
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Originally Posted by DaSloth View Post
I'd done that quite a few times, but obviously didnt fully register it till i took Kenny's advise and changed the neutral width.
ok, do the lights light up till they all light up and blink now when you brake?

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Old 04-13-2009, 09:30 AM
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ok, do the lights light up till they all light up and blink now when you brake?

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sweet! Now be careful not to spin out.

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Old 04-13-2009, 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by DaSloth View Post
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Old 04-13-2009, 10:26 AM
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Today I used the Tekin RS for the first time in my touring car.

It was terrible!!

My topspeed was on the straight topspeed was about 14 km/h less then the fastest guys.

I used 1.94 and the timing boost from min. till max.

The track length is 0.278 km, 10.5T, 5 cell

Mainly used A- finalist equipment: LRP 10.5, SPX stock spec with 4.2 ratio

Is the GM and the LRP ESC the faster ESC on large tracks?
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Old 04-13-2009, 10:28 AM
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With tc the 189 makes more rpm to start. What motor are you running?
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Old 04-13-2009, 10:40 AM
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With tc the 189 makes more rpm to start. What motor are you running?
I used the LRP 10.5 and the Corally 10.5 (used different gear ratio's)
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Originally Posted by C van der Hagen View Post
I used the LRP 10.5 and the Corally 10.5 (used different gear ratio's)
Are you running can timing? what were temps? what fdr for each motor? My guess is that you should be about 3 to 4 teeth higher than spx gearing set on 8
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Old 04-13-2009, 11:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Kenny L View Post
Are you running can timing?
what were temps? what fdr for each motor? My guess is that you should be about 3 to 4 teeth higher than spx gearing set on 8
I did not changed the motor timing. Should I?

So 1.89 is better for higher rpm? How much boost should I use?

I used 4.2 ratio with the LRP 10.5, same as the guys using a SPX with setting 8.

3 or 4 teeth higher (64 0r 48 dp)? (64 dp will result in a ratio of 3.9)
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Originally Posted by C van der Hagen View Post
I did not changed the motor timing. Should I?

So 1.89 is better for higher rpm? How much boost should I use?

I used 4.2 ratio with the LRP 10.5, same as the guys using a SPX with setting 8.

3 or 4 teeth higher (64 0r 48 dp)? (64 dp will result in a ratio of 3.9)
64p what were temps and timing should be around 0
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Everyone really needs to not compare gearing between different motors and speedos.

EVERY application is different! If you're not comparing apples and apples take it with a grain of salt.

Motor temps and speed are what everyone should be using for gearing input.

Don't overlook the basics.
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tekin 10,5T motor has the highest top speed on MACH.
77+ km/h against 72 and lower of the rest.

Tekin motors rule
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Old 04-13-2009, 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike View Post
Everyone really needs to not compare gearing between different motors and speedos.

EVERY application is different! If you're not comparing apples and apples take it with a grain of salt.

Motor temps and speed are what everyone should be using for gearing input.

Don't overlook the basics.
Clear, but i tried every combination of ratio and timing boost. What temp is acceptable?
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Old 04-13-2009, 01:27 PM
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Originally Posted by mikky32 View Post
tekin 10,5T motor has the highest top speed on MACH.
77+ km/h against 72 and lower of the rest.

Tekin motors rule
Could you give me the RS setting and the ratio?
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I generally aim for 65 degrees celcius and if it comes off at anything over 70 i'd be looking at changing it to slightly lower gearing.
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