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Old 11-14-2009, 06:25 AM   #8116
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as randy says almost all our 1/12 guys are running push in our setups for stock and superstock. most are 50 or more on push. if your setup on the radio normall has any creep in it, then turn that all the way down and run push. you are right, with any push you have 0 drag brake, but stock and superstock, most run 0 drag brake. even our tc guys are running push in their setup for superstock rubber and foam tc.
you guys should try push. you will be surprised how fast the car gets through corners. turbo is nice, but push yields an overall faster car. there are more corners then straights in most layouts i have run on.
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Old 11-14-2009, 07:03 AM   #8117
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It is not the radio voltage that is low, but rather the signal the RS is seeing from the receiver is low. Before the RS will power the motor it needs to see neutral for a couple seconds when you first turn it on. This prevents runaway cars if you, say, have the wrong model selected on your radio or your holding full throttle accidentally. If you have an old radio or have your neutral bandwidth on the esc set very low you will have issues.
Ok, not sure why I said voltage but I meant signal. I do have my neutral bandwith set pretty small so I will try widening it a little to see if that solves the problem. Thank you.
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:12 AM   #8118
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what value of push you recommend for stock TC
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:38 AM   #8119
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Thanks everyone that answer about the push control, I'm heading to the track right now, so I'll give it a try and see if lap times goes lower

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Old 11-14-2009, 08:38 AM   #8120
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try 10 and see how it feels,it all depends on how you drive
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Old 11-14-2009, 09:32 AM   #8121
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i am not running and tc at the moment. but let me grab dumas' shui and see what he has for rubber 13.5. we have our fall classic race this weekend. dumas has not put a bunch of working in his tc yet, but he should be in the vacinity to get a good starting point. i will post when i get a chance. i can tell ya in 1/12 with 3.7v i am running a lot of push. for stock and wgt i am running like 85 and in 13.5 like 68.
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Old 11-14-2009, 10:44 AM   #8122
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never tried push (2wd mod is usual suspect for me, onroad is coming though)...for 2wd i usually leave reverse in for practice. i'd prolly do the same for offroad practice. is there a way for both to coexist. i know some old speedos u could hold the brake at the start to keep it from creepin and not engage reverse (unless u let go and hit it again).

likely scenario is that i'd have to remove reverse for race time so to safely and securely use 'brake' to keep car from creeping on the grid.

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Old 11-14-2009, 12:04 PM   #8123
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Use MT 2 which is reverse delay. This will give you push control as well as having brakes and reverse.
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Old 11-14-2009, 12:41 PM   #8124
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as randy says almost all our 1/12 guys are running push in our setups for stock and superstock. most are 50 or more on push. if your setup on the radio normall has any creep in it, then turn that all the way down and run push. you are right, with any push you have 0 drag brake, but stock and superstock, most run 0 drag brake. even our tc guys are running push in their setup for superstock rubber and foam tc.
you guys should try push. you will be surprised how fast the car gets through corners. turbo is nice, but push yields an overall faster car. there are more corners then straights in most layouts i have run on.
Man...I just don't see how you guys do it with push control on. Must be a high end driver thing. These things roll a ton off throttle already with BL so I end up using quite a bit of drag brake myself.
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Old 11-14-2009, 01:12 PM   #8125
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I am looking at the downloadable software for the Tekin RS Pro and all i saw on the Tekin website was version 198, but all of the Team Drivers set up sheet show version 200???

Is 200 only available to the Team Guys
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Man...I just don't see how you guys do it with push control on. Must be a high end driver thing. These things roll a ton off throttle already with BL so I end up using quite a bit of drag brake myself.
The brushed guy use push control. Brushless we turn it off, Push control with brushless is used for brake strength. Brushless I go deeper in the corner, is great.
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can someone redirect me to the Team drivers setup sheets for an RSPro.

I would like to compeed in a local competition tomorrow, running a 1/10 touring with a 17.5 brushless Orion motor or a 24T brushed motor.

Second question: Will the 200-version make a difference if I drive a brushed motor? Or is that latest version only suited for brushless?

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I am looking at the downloadable software for the Tekin RS Pro and all i saw on the Tekin website was version 198, but all of the Team Drivers set up sheet show version 200???

Is 200 only available to the Team Guys
I mailed one of the Tekin-guys and he did send me the new version via an email.
If you pass me on your email adress, I'll mail you a copy of that mail with the soft and explanation included.
(my e-mail is ludodg AT gmail.com , name: Ludo De Greef )
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Old 11-14-2009, 02:00 PM   #8129
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The brushed guy use push control. Brushless we turn it off, Push control with brushless is used for brake strength. Brushless I go deeper in the corner, is great.
Yang was talking about brushless...not brushed. Note in his 2nd post on this page he mentions using it with a 13.5.
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Could someone please email me a copy of the latest software? [email protected] Thanks.
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