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Old 01-04-2010, 09:14 PM
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If I had a grease board it'd be really easy to explain
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Old 01-04-2010, 09:16 PM
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Which boost are you referring to? Timing Boost or Turbo Boost? Randy confirmed above ramp is only for turbo boost and not timing boost. The numbers you are using suggest timing boost so I don't think this info is correct.

I am referring to timing boost..not turbo. And I too would like a nice instruction sheet.
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lol never thought I'd ever have to use those pinions again.
me neither.. i just happen to put them in the pit bag. randy stated to drop 4-8 teeth off with new program. i started with 4. didnt seem very fats. went 2 more got better but still not correct yet.. went 3 more and was very good all over the board. i think a 9.4 will be the best gear when i go back. it still have plentty of pull at the end off the straightaway. overall new program is very good. thanks again tekin crew for you hard work. jeremy
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Originally Posted by PitNamedGordie View Post
I am referring to timing boost..not turbo.
Randy confirmed above Ramp is only for Turbo Boost, not timing boost. The RPM ranges are for timing boost.
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Old 01-04-2010, 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted by or8ital View Post
Randy confirmed above Ramp is only for Turbo Boost, not timing boost.


just saw that
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Old 01-04-2010, 09:20 PM
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Originally Posted by PitNamedGordie View Post


just saw that
Too confusing

Preset profiles would be nice. Flexible is nice and all but it gets damn confusing at times. The delay thing for turbo boost just seems weird. Why not just have a second curve at a different RPM range?
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PitNamedGordie: Randy's post Back on page 648...

The ramping you're referring to is for Turbo.

Quick example, if your start RPM is 5k and your end RPM is 10k and you have your Boost timing set for 50, you're going to add 10 degrees of timing every 1k RPM between 5k and 10k until you hit 50.

If your Start and End RPM has a wider range, say 5k to 15k, you're going to add just 5 degrees per 1k RPM between your range.

Narrower range is going to add more timing as the revs come up.
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Originally Posted by PitNamedGordie View Post
No I believe you are wrong. What Randy was explaining how quickly the boost will ramp up depending on what Ramp you set.

Let's do the math:

If you select a Ramp of "2", and you have 40 degrees of timing set for Boost, the ESC will add 4 degrees (of the 40 degrees you set) every tenth of a second.

.1 sec - 4 degrees
.2 sec - 8 degrees
.3 sec - 12 degrees
.4 sec - 16 degrees
etc...until you reach 40 degrees...

40 @ 4 degrees every.10 sec = 40 degrees of timing in 1 second.

Meaning you will have reached the 40 degrees of boost in 1 second. That is your ramp time.

Ramp Settings:
1 = 2 degrees every 1/10th second - Slowest Ramp
2 = 4 degrees every 1/10th second - Faster Ramp
3 = 6 degrees every 1/10th second - Fastest Ramp

NOW...the ramp starts at your "Start RPM" and you will reach your boost setting at the "End RPM".


whewwwww deep breathe...

Now apply that to Start and End RPM...

So the shorter distance between the Start and End RPM and Ramp will determined how quickly you will add timing.

If you have a Start of 5000 RPM and an end of 10000 RPM you will add 40 degrees of timing from 5000 RPM to 10000 RPM in about 1 second (if your acceleration is constant...like on a straightaway).

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Originally Posted by PitNamedGordie View Post
I am referring to timing boost..not turbo. And I too would like a nice instruction sheet.
your talking about ramp and said timing boost,ramp has nothing to do with timing boost
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HOLY COW!!!!!!! did I find OH MY GOD MODE or what lmao!!!!!

I was just bench testing different setting and man the things you can do with this speedo

Very nice improvement Tekin two thumbs up!!!!!!!

no to find a set up for my track 50x25 med-high grip? any tips????
thanks

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Note to self...ramp is only for Turbo...not boost!

Got it!

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Originally Posted by PitNamedGordie View Post
Note to self...ramp is only for Turbo...not boost!

Got it!

Don't misquote what the new settings do either, or you'll be called on it repeatedly over multiple pages!
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Originally Posted by HarryLeach View Post
Don't misquote what the new settings do either, or you'll be called on it repeatedly over multiple pages!
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Did Randy open the programming and type the code iddqd?
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Originally Posted by SteveL View Post
Why on earth is your track allowing the use of the new software in VTA? This is a spec class with a limited gear "window" to try to keep the cars all about the same speed. Kind of defeats the purpose of the class, don't 'ya think?
+1 on this. Different tracks, different house rules.

Comments on VTA rules with this version aside, what would be a good starting setup with a Duo 2 21.5 for VTA? I'm running a XXX-S G+ and would also like gearing recommendations. With the 4.2-4.6 VTA window, should I just go straight to 4.6? Should I stick with the factory motor timing and let the RS do all the adjusting or turn it up a notch?
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Old 01-04-2010, 09:58 PM
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I gathered up a couple of quick ballpark numbers for those interested in the duo2 17.5 and 13.5 numbers. Hopefully they help when thinking about boost rpm settings. Where you set it, and how wide you make it, will depend on car/application, tracksize and shape...etc. This is dirty math based on kv rating x voltage. 5 is what is listed, 8 is what i picked for a mostly charged battery... somewhere half way in the middle of your race.

duo2 13.5 = 14,000 rpm @ 5.0v
duo2 13.5 = 22,400 rpm @ 8.0v
2800kv
(edit: but I also found this that shows 17,300 rpms for a 13.5 duo - http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachme...mg_4288-1-.jpg )

duo2 17.5 = 11,000 rpm @ 5.0v
duo2 17.5 = 17,600 rpm @ 8.0v
2200kv

Somebody please correct me if im wrong... but I really want to know what the overall maximum RPM of these motors are so that I can get an accurate picture in my head of where to set my boost RPM settings too.

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