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Old 01-09-2010, 07:37 AM   #10336
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Question that is not about speedo. How to gear Redline 6.5T with lipo in TC for indoor race (for ETS)? Any suggestions about fdr? Thank you very much.
i would be some where around a 10-11fdr that's where i was in offroad so it should get you in the right direction
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Old 01-09-2010, 07:37 AM   #10337
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Can you drive now in sensord mode with a 6,5T motor?
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Here is the specs. of the booster and both are made by the same company.
  • Operating Voltage : 2.7V - 4.2V
  • Operating Current : 1A
  • Max operating Current : 1.5A

Thanks but I am more concerned about how it gets wired in. I have seen that the TQ booster gets wired off the + battery post of the esc and plugs in to the bat/aux slot of the receiver and the esc goes straight to the receiver. This one is in line with the esc power lead to the rx. Anyone know for sure?
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Does anyone know how to set the endbell timing to 0 on a redline 13.5 BL mtr. What are the settings I remember someone saying that endbell marks let's say 15deg = 0 or 10deg but the numbers weren't dead on.
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Old 01-09-2010, 07:56 AM   #10340
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10 days out from v203 D-Day. We've added 75 pages to this thread. Crazy stuff man! Thanks Tekin!
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Old 01-09-2010, 07:56 AM   #10341
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Does anyone know how to set the endbell timing to 0 on a redline 13.5 BL mtr. What are the settings I remember someone saying that endbell marks let's say 15deg = 0 or 10deg but the numbers weren't dead on.
Turn the endbell as you look ad the back clock wise till you cant turn further. Than it's on 0.
The other way is 24 and the middle is 12.
From the factory it's standard timed on 12.
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Old 01-09-2010, 08:26 AM   #10342
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keep in mind the lrp motors like to run around 200*. that's where they are the fastest.
I did not know that. I love learning new stuff. Thanks everyone.
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I did not know that. I love learning new stuff. Thanks everyone.
Be care full not every motor can handle to much temp. The LRP can handle a lot of temp before it brakes down. The GM about 10C lower and the Speedpassion even lower.
Best is keep the motor ad max 180F
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Can you drive now in sensord mode with a 6,5T motor?
You have always been able to run sensored mode with any mod motor. The only thing you have to worry about is that sensored mode is not as efficient and runs a little warmer. If you're temps are fine run whatever mode you want.
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You have always been able to run sensored mode with any mod motor. The only thing you have to worry about is that sensored mode is not as efficient and runs a little warmer. If you're temps are fine run whatever mode you want.
Ok but I was thinking now with the timing not coming at once that you can use it now better than before.
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Forgot to thank you mikky32.anyways, Thank you.
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Forgot to thank you mikky32.anyways, Thank you.
What did I do that you thank me?
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Ok but I was thinking now with the timing not coming at once that you can use it now better than before.
Yes, it is now easier to run sensored only for sure. I have always run sensored only with my 6.5 and with 198 and 200 ran 5 degrees on the motor and 5 to 10 boost depending on the track. With 203 I tried 0 motor and 20 to 30 boost with end rpms towards the upper limit (30,000?) and it worked great. Uber smooth response with more pull than v200.
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Need some help with using a booster with my RS in 1/12 scale as I toasted my receiver pack and can't get another 6v one until next week. I have a booster that I got from a racer at our track that he said did not work with his RS, but after plugging the power lead from the esc in to it and then plugging the booster in to the receiver, everything seems to power up normally. Get the normal beeps and lights. Throttle works as normal and seems to get full speed as it did with the receiver pack. I ran this without any issues with a KO esc for a few weeks wired this way.

The booster does not have a brand name on it and there is no switch. Just a female plug on one end to go to the receier and three pins that go in to the power lead. I really don't want to fry anything but would love to race Sunday if at all possible. Am I safe running it?

And before anyone asks, I can't use a lipo rx pack as I'm running an older JRZ3550 that does not like anything over 7 volts. The booster looks a lot like these but does not have a label on it. It does have black shrink like the first pic.



Steve this booster is not going to work well because it's not grabbing power directly from the battery. Rather it's taking the BEC voltage from the speedo and trying to boost that up. This is defeating the purpose. A good booster will grab power directly from the 1s battery pack.
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Steve this booster is not going to work well because it's not grabbing power directly from the battery. Rather it's taking the BEC voltage from the speedo and trying to boost that up. This is defeating the purpose. A good booster will grab power directly from the 1s battery pack.
I've used this booster up to Vegas version 200, and will try 203 on Sunday. The booster will work if you install a lead off either the ESC (+)(-) post or to the connector to the battery. Plug the booster into the lead and then into the esc. Don't need to turn on the RS and your good to go. I've run one of these for over a year at this point. Just remember to plug the power in correctly and into the "Battery" slot in the receiver.
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