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Old 02-25-2010, 12:54 PM   #12661
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well i was thinking that as well but for a 11.5t they are fast! Look at the acceleration of the orange/red car that the camera is following!. Looks more like a 7.5t or something.
The 11,5T is fast.
It is as fast if not faster than the 7,5T with the new speedo's.
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Old 02-25-2010, 01:45 PM   #12662
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The "torque" rotors have a smaller diameter shaft where the magnet is. ROAR specifies a 7mm or so inner diameter on the magnet in addition to the outer 12.5mm limit.
I looked ad the rules from the EFRA.
The shaft outside diameter where the magnet is mounted will be 7,25mm +/- 0,15mm, whit this diameter extending beyond the magnet to facilitate measurement.

Magnet outside diameter will be 12.20/12,51mm (min./max. with no further tolerance) for the entire length of the magnet.

So the the rotor is also not EFRA legal
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Old 02-25-2010, 05:53 PM   #12663
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After the Snowbirds Randy said he was going put together the setups run by the factory guys and post them. Is this going to happen?
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Old 02-25-2010, 06:26 PM   #12664
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how about the new GUI Interface.. the "netbook" interface?
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Old 02-25-2010, 08:00 PM   #12665
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I did some testing today, and got confused with a few things. Trying to re-educate myself again with the basics of start rpm and end rpm.

Let's say I have 50 timing boost; 4000 start and 12000 end rpm on a 13.5 motor. Does the "50" timing boost endat the end rpm, and gradually declines as your rpm goes up? Or does it consistently hold it at 50 until the rpm comes back down to less than 12000?
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I did some testing today, and got confused with a few things. Trying to re-educate myself again with the basics of start rpm and end rpm.

Let's say I have 50 timing boost; 4000 start and 12000 end rpm on a 13.5 motor. Does the "50" timing boost endat the end rpm, and gradually declines as your rpm goes up? Or does it consistently hold it at 50 until the rpm comes back down to less than 12000?
Boost holds steady above the end rpm at whatever you have selected for boost, or 50 in your case.
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Old 02-25-2010, 09:14 PM   #12667
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Guys,

Apologies on not getting all of the birds setups posted yet. I have been moving for the past week and have had no internet. Bare with me, I'll get them posted.

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Old 02-25-2010, 09:24 PM   #12668
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Apologies on not getting all of the birds setups posted yet. I have been moving for the past week and have had no internet. Bare with me, I'll get them posted.

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Old 02-25-2010, 10:47 PM   #12669
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All I can say is F********************************K!!!
For the first time ever I ran the RS Pro 203 with 17.5 and swear it was as fast as my 6.5 and I had a ton of brakes. Love your work guys.
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I still cant get brakes like everyone else.

they are not locking up, not that I want them to!

even with radio calibrated to 80%, and then bumped up to 100% afterwards. Running sensored mode, fdr 6 on novak 17.5

might have to try other motors
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Guys I ran the same setups as Schreff did at the birds in both 13.5 and mod.

The 13.5 setup is about as fast as you could hope for and the 10.5 setup is fast as most mod motors. Give them a try.
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I still cant get brakes like everyone else.

they are not locking up, not that I want them to!

even with radio calibrated to 80%, and then bumped up to 100% afterwards. Running sensored mode, fdr 6 on novak 17.5

might have to try other motors
You dont have an m11 radio by chance? I had issues with the brake feel and turns out I had the ABS brake feature turned on and it made the brakes work real soft.
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I still cant get brakes like everyone else.

they are not locking up, not that I want them to!

even with radio calibrated to 80%, and then bumped up to 100% afterwards. Running sensored mode, fdr 6 on novak 17.5

might have to try other motors
Check your motor temp, radio brake epa, etc. I ran a 17.5 tonight, in the race had plenty of brake with 6.4 fdr and 175 degrees on a novak..
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I need some help figuring out the motor timing marks on my tekin 10.5, 13.5 17.5 motors. I have rotated my motor endbells all the way to the right to lower the timing. Is this correct? None of the notches on the motorbell go all the way to the zero degree mark on the label. I want to temps down that is why I adjusted them. I know that to much motor timing is bad so I went the opposite way. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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You dont have an m11 radio by chance? I had issues with the brake feel and turns out I had the ABS brake feature turned on and it made the brakes work real soft.
no, I have a spektrum dx3r and doesnt have any super dooper features like abs. Also use a KO helios, with abs turned off. Even tried refreshing the transmitter model modes with a unused memory location still no help.
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