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Old 02-22-2010, 05:01 AM   #12496
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I see, mmm Damm, as i just bought a DUO2 Oh well i think ill be able to get it to work, with a little help *cough* James *cough*
I'm yet to play with the DUO2 properly but I have a few things in mind to try so we will get you going quick with it
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I see, mmm Damm, as i just bought a DUO2 Oh well i think ill be able to get it to work, with a little help *cough* James *cough*
Who do you think helped us
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Old 02-22-2010, 05:18 AM   #12498
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i want to give a big shout-out to m-technic for helping me out this saturday with my rs setup. my first run with the rs came in at over 200 degrees and after he made some adjustments it temped at under 130!!! i ended the night with an fdr of 4.7 but it still kept temping at 130 and i went up 3 teeth higher than before so i know my 416x could have been faster
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Old 02-22-2010, 06:45 AM   #12499
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I tried delay=0 with a 11.5R motor. The speed is very fast, it can hang around with 5.5R's. However, I do find the motor temp. to be higher than usual (around 70C to 75C).

With a delay<>0 with 11.5R, the temp is around 50ish C.
But how does the speed compare between the two settings, is the extra temp coming out as power or was the performance the same?

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Old 02-22-2010, 06:52 AM   #12500
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how is the 203 compared to the black diamond ?
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Old 02-22-2010, 07:01 AM   #12501
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Wow that's a High start RPM.
You have your motor still on the standard timing?
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But how does the speed compare between the two settings, is the extra temp coming out as power or was the performance the same?

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how is the 203 compared to the black diamond ?
they can't compare. that is why you see BDs in the for sale thread now. lol
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how is the 203 compared to the black diamond ?
I hear from another thread that the BD is still being developed further:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...nd-setups.html

But I don't think it will be a problem for the RS, at all ....

I have no desire to buy the BD either to find out!
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i also hear that the Black Diamond wont be approved by EFRA or ROAR

i know the RS and RSPro are !!!!!
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I just got my Tekin RS and just did some testing and I was very happy...can't wait to race....and a 0 turbo delay is ok but you will top out half way down the straight..
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i also hear that the Black Diamond wont be approved by EFRA or ROAR

i know the RS and RSPro are !!!!!
where do you hear that? why would they not be approved?
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What's the plain and simple difference between the RS and RSpro?
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I know here in Florida there saying we can't run the 203 vegas in RCGT
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What's the plain and simple difference between the RS and RSpro?
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I'm yet to play with the DUO2 properly but I have a few things in mind to try so we will get you going quick with it
the DUO 1 and DUO 2 are the same exact motor! the is only on difference and that is the the endbell has adjustable timing. thats it. i have a DUO2/rspro in my oval rig and it fing rips!
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