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Old 12-30-2009, 12:28 AM   #9136
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joey, the one that just came out........
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did i miss something? what version do you have?
The mudflap version.
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Old 12-30-2009, 12:40 AM   #9138
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you guys need to go to bed!!! hahaha

i know theres a new 1 "COMING" out but not till the 1st....

and from David's post.. sounded like it was available from tekin all ready (i looked and couldnt find it on the website)

and every one should have the "MudFlap Version"
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Old 12-30-2009, 03:13 AM   #9139
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Did you have to make any changes to your gearing, if so was it up or down on pinion size ?

If you compared the ESC settings between 200 vegas and the new version were there major differences you could let us know about ?
The information I have received, is that you need to gear down a few teeth on the pinion, and it runs more efficiently, battery use and heat!
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Old 12-30-2009, 06:31 AM   #9140
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The information I have received, is that you need to gear down a few teeth on the pinion, and it runs more efficiently, battery use and heat!
So we must gear even lighter than before?
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Old 12-30-2009, 06:32 AM   #9141
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So we must gear even lighter than before?
randy said just a little
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Old 12-30-2009, 06:41 AM   #9142
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randy said just a little
Ok. I think the other speedo user will go crazy when I gear even lighter.
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Old 12-30-2009, 06:55 AM   #9143
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If I drop an other pinion size I will be going no where
unless I take the dremel to my motor mount

currantly running a 416, 17.5. 64/29

Quess I will have to move up but the cars a rocket right
now
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raise the spur a couple of teeth
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Old 12-30-2009, 07:48 AM   #9145
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If the V203 is so different that they won't release it until you register on their site will Tekin have the team driver setups posted there or somewhere so they are available. They are saying it is game changing, so I would expect setup is quite different and what is the point of testing with the team drivers if they pass nothing on. Hopefully the reason they delayed getting this out was to gather this information and have it ready for the average club racer. A variety of setups for each car, surface and motor would be great if we could print them off and take them to the track to test. Since most club racers don't get individual test time my first real trial is the first of two heats.

Has anybody seen a full setup sheet yet?
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I sure hope the GUI interface looks different.
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on the same track for 1/12 17.5 my setup is the same as v200 with 2 changes. more timing and no turbo.

gui is the same with more buttons and knobs. it does seam to work a little better though lol
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If the V203 is so different that they won't release it until you register on their site will Tekin have the team driver setups posted there or somewhere so they are available. They are saying it is game changing, so I would expect setup is quite different and what is the point of testing with the team drivers if they pass nothing on. Hopefully the reason they delayed getting this out was to gather this information and have it ready for the average club racer. A variety of setups for each car, surface and motor would be great if we could print them off and take them to the track to test. Since most club racers don't get individual test time my first real trial is the first of two heats.

Has anybody seen a full setup sheet yet?
Randy has in the past included some extra instructions with the download of the vegas software with regards to gearing and general points, so I very much doubt you will be left in the dark with explanation of how the new software will affect you

It's not in our interest to do that, so fear not...
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...more timing and no turbo.
hmmmm
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Old 12-30-2009, 08:26 AM   #9150
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More info is available at Hobby Talk, in the Oval racing product support thread.

Here's some info and screenshots. http://www.hobbytalk.com/bbs1/showpo...postcount=2030
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