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Old 03-08-2010, 05:51 AM   #13081
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i have a touring car... no it not just like it doesnt have top speed it just falls on its face like it i had no battery which im running a thunder power 5000 40c and theres a couple guys at the track thats happening to them aswell . my turbo delay is at 0.0

well i have a spectrum and i already did that trick i set my travel for my throttle to 140 and reset everything to radio and the esc then set it back to 150 and it still slowed down .. its like if the speedcontrol is shutting down or somthing.
Your Turbo delay is much to low for an X12

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simple answer... too much timing.

use the -10 insert in the back of the motor and back your boost/turbo down to 30 boost, 10 turbo to start with.
the x12 motors have a lot of timing built in.
Don't forget to set the Turbo delay on about 0,5.
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Old 03-08-2010, 10:01 AM   #13082
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quick question...

is there a difference between the replacement 12.5mm rotor (TT2272) and the 12.5mm rotor that comes in the tekin redline 10.5T motor?

also, are there any discernible differences (physical attributes, from a technical inspection point of view) between a HT rotor and a non-HT rotor?

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Old 03-08-2010, 10:34 AM   #13083
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xray 009
10.5 redline
5000 40c lipo's
fdr 6.1:1 (with 1.9 ir)
carpet track 36x14 (metres)
sorex 28

timing 55
turbo 0
motor timing 0
13mm rotor
start between 1000 and 2000, track depending
end between 4000 and 5000, track depending

motor temperature 38 degrees(100F)

Always quailifies in the top 4 which is covered by less than 2 seconds.
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Old 03-08-2010, 10:52 AM   #13084
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xray 009
10.5 redline
5000 40c lipo's
fdr 6.1:1 (with 1.9 ir)
carpet track 36x14 (metres)
sorex 28

timing 55
turbo 0
motor timing 0
13mm rotor
start between 1000 and 2000, track depending
end between 4000 and 5000, track depending

motor temperature 38 degrees(100F)

Always quailifies in the top 4 which is covered by less than 2 seconds.
Why such a low start RPM?
And were your end RPM is, is mine start RPM.
I would say start 4000 and end around the 9 to 10000RPM.
Do you have a good acceleration?
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Old 03-08-2010, 11:08 AM   #13085
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quick question...

is there a difference between the replacement 12.5mm rotor (TT2272) and the 12.5mm rotor that comes in the tekin redline 10.5T motor?

also, are there any discernible differences (physical attributes, from a technical inspection point of view) between a HT rotor and a non-HT rotor?

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The rotors are all the same down to a 6.5 (12.5 standard rotors). 5.5 and below have the 13mm standard rotors. The difference between standard and torque rotors is the inner diameter of the shaft at the magnet and can be seen in this picture:

http://www.teamtekin.com/graphics/pr...et-1-720px.jpg
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The acceleration fantastic! It's the envy of alot of other racers at the club. On a track 36x14 it is all mainly point and squirt layouts, very few flowing tracks. Thats why my start and end is that low is that low.
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The acceleration fantastic! It's the envy of alot of other racers at the club. On a track 36x14 it is all mainly point and squirt layouts, very few flowing tracks. Thats why my start and end is that low is that low.
Ok nice. I will try it with my 10,5T Tekin motor.
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I am a little confused....does the timing begin at your start rpm and stop at your end rpm...also, once you reach your end rpm does your turbo boost begin then..or am i completly wrong...
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I am a little confused....does the timing begin at your start rpm and stop at your end rpm...also, once you reach your end rpm does your turbo boost begin then..or am i completly wrong...
The timing boost reaches the maximum you specify at the end RPM, and then stays there until you drop back down below the end RPM.

The turbo boost begins at the delay period you set. If you set 0.2 second delay, the turbo boost begins 0.2 seconds after you reach full throttle.
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Ok nice. I will try it with my 10,5T Tekin motor.
i'll try it on my 13.5 too

see what it is like
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i need help with setup my car for sedan gt class on X-Pattern Tires - pro compound....
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i'll try it on my 13.5 too

see what it is like
Ok let me now how it went.
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is Turbo strictly input activated or does it watch Timing boost and wait for it too finish before starting. im just wondering if you nail the trigger if both boosts could be working at the same time or fighting each other.
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is Turbo strictly input activated or does it watch Timing boost and wait for it too finish before starting. im just wondering if you nail the trigger if both boosts could be working at the same time or fighting each other.
Turbo and boost are completely independent and will add together if they overlap. Lets set boost to 50 and say you have your start rpm at 5,000 and end rpm at 15,000 with a 0.0 delay for turbo. If you are at 10,000 rpm and grab full throttle, turbo will add on top of the 25 degrees of boost that is already being added to the motor.
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how much timing can be beneficial? i think i have seen settings go over 45 degrees.
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