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Old 02-01-2010, 05:01 PM   #11581
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Team Driver set-ups from the Snowbirds?

I know set-ups are gonna be different from track to track, but it'll be nice to see. Also, were all the sponsored drivers using 204?
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Old 02-01-2010, 05:45 PM   #11582
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remember is were initial setups. most of these were posted the week after 203 came out or shortly after
Hey yang, Thanks for all of your help getting people pointed in the right direction. Any new setups for 17.5 1/12 on a tight and large track? Here are a couple that I have liked the last 2 weeks on a small track and large track.

Small w/ no straight away lots of tight turns.

Throttle Profile: 5
Timing Boost: 47
Turbo Boost: 5
Turbo Delay: .5
Start RPM: 3000 ish
End RPM: 5500
Ramp Delay: 2
Rollout: 74mm

Large w/ 90' straight some technical sections.

Throttle Profile: 5
Timing Boost: 50
Turbo Boost: 5
Turbo Delay: .7
Start RPM: 3000 ish
End RPM: 6500
Ramp Delay: 2
Rollout: 79mm
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Old 02-01-2010, 05:52 PM   #11583
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btw, futaba says no to 2cell lipo rx packs for their rx and servo
I have had no problems with that servo and my airtronics receivers don't care.

But then, I hear Futaba receivers are prone to overheat so it might not like it.
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Old 02-01-2010, 05:57 PM   #11584
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I will be posting all of the Tq and winning setups as soon as I get them from the guys. I'm sure they're all recovering from the race.
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Old 02-01-2010, 06:03 PM   #11585
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Hey yang, Thanks for all of your help getting people pointed in the right direction. Any new setups for 17.5 1/12 on a tight and large track? Here are a couple that I have liked the last 2 weeks on a small track and large track.

Small w/ no straight away lots of tight turns.

Throttle Profile: 5
Timing Boost: 47
Turbo Boost: 5
Turbo Delay: .5
Start RPM: 3000 ish
End RPM: 5500
Ramp Delay: 2
Rollout: 74mm

Large w/ 90' straight some technical sections.

Throttle Profile: 5
Timing Boost: 50
Turbo Boost: 5
Turbo Delay: .7
Start RPM: 3000 ish
End RPM: 6500
Ramp Delay: 2
Rollout: 79mm
you setups look real close to mine. the only diff would be that I gear a little high then most. I am currently running like a 90-93mm for our track. it is a med to large track, but because we are trying to keep breakage down, the track is very open. on my data logger I am only off full throttle like 5 times on the track. so i can gear pretty high.

here are my current stock and superstock setups. these are pretty good setup for the motor just gear a couple teeth down to start. these are really setup for our track and where the rpms hit and where the speed hits down the straight.
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Big props to Tekin on a great performance at the Snowbirds. It pretty cool to see the brand rise up from the dead to become the most innovative speedo company, just like back in the old days!
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Is the Tekin software on their website the latest one?

If not can someone send v203 to [email protected]

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Old 02-01-2010, 07:45 PM   #11588
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Yang you have a PM

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Don't you mean Lang???
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Is the Tekin software on their website the latest one?

If not can someone send v203 to [email protected]

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Hi Steve,

You need to register yourself with Tekin to get their e-mail that connects you up with the V2.03 software. Easy!

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I downloaded the software and got a 64bit and a 32bit short cut. Which one do you use?
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I downloaded the software and got a 64bit and a 32bit short cut. Which one do you use?
Are you using a 64 bit or 32 bit computer? Download the one that matches.
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Are you using a 64 bit or 32 bit computer? Download the one that matches.
OK, now I am a computer tard, how do you know??
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Open Control Panel. Click on System.

Beside system type it should read 32 or 64-bit Operating System.
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OK, now I am a computer tard, how do you know??
If it is more than a few years old, it is likely a 32 bit computer. The 32 bit program should run on either platform.

According to Wikipedia, the 64 bit architecture started hitting high-end PCs in 2003.

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Jason Schrefflers Tq and Winning 13.5 Rubber TC Setup from Snowbirds:


Pay attention to his START rpm...this is how he can get away from a 0 delay on his turbo.
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