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Old 05-30-2010, 12:55 AM   #256
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Hello, what gearing is best for a 13.5t x12 motor, eunning with the lrp tc spec and SP GT 2.0 .
Could anyone post a range of gearing i.e 5.8 - 7
Il be runnning indoor on medium grip medium sized track .
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Old 05-30-2010, 03:20 AM   #257
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my 13.5 looses brakes after running 2 mins. but at the start of the race, brakes are very strong. what can be causing this?
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Old 05-30-2010, 04:49 AM   #258
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my 13.5 looses brakes after running 2 mins. but at the start of the race, brakes are very strong. what can be causing this?
What gearing you using for your 13.5 ? And what esc you use ?
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Old 05-30-2010, 05:48 PM   #259
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Default X12 10.5 1cell lipo 1/12

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Has anyone played around with one with a black diamond v2 in a 1/12 just like to know at present i am on 50
mpr 2 on esc and -10 on insert
if i go up on programs i dump as it is just to thirsty on battery

What is the 0 dot on the motor is it 0 degrees or somthing else just like to know
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Old 05-30-2010, 11:06 PM   #260
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What gearing you using for your 13.5 ? And what esc you use ?
fdr at 6.8 using a tekin rs pro v203.
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Old 05-31-2010, 01:41 AM   #261
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fdr at 6.8 using a tekin rs pro v203.
If you can, try changing your rotor
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Old 05-31-2010, 10:23 PM   #262
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If you can, try changing your rotor
will do though a buddy of mine also has the same problem. sheeesshhhh.. the motor is good though, problem is the brakes.
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my 13.5 looses brakes after running 2 mins. but at the start of the race, brakes are very strong. what can be causing this?
What settings are you running in your Tekin?

Run Barry Baker's 13.5 setup and run somewhere around 8.3-8.6. I think your gearing is overheating the motor.
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What settings are you running in your Tekin?

Run Barry Baker's 13.5 setup and run somewhere around 8.3-8.6. I think your gearing is overheating the motor.
will try that. thanks.
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What settings are you running in your Tekin?

Run Barry Baker's 13.5 setup and run somewhere around 8.3-8.6. I think your gearing is overheating the motor.
Aint 8.3 a litle high , dont most people run between 5.9 to 7 fdr ?
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I feel like an idiot asking this question, but I am having trouble figuring out how to adjust the timing. I have followed the directions but the plastic end cover seems to keep it in one position. I am running a 13.5 X12 with a Tekin speedo with 203 software. Any help would be great.
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I feel like an idiot asking this question, but I am having trouble figuring out how to adjust the timing. I have followed the directions but the plastic end cover seems to keep it in one position. I am running a 13.5 X12 with a Tekin speedo with 203 software. Any help would be great.
The cover will remain in the same position.
Timing inserts rotate the internal sensor plate only.

With the cover off you can rotate the sensor plate to see how that works.
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The cover will remain in the same position.
Timing inserts rotate the internal sensor plate only.

With the cover off you can rotate the sensor plate to see how that works.
hth
So the only way to change the timing is to change the rectangular piece that sits on the sensor plate? I can't pivot the endcover like a Duo?
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So the only way to change the timing is to change the rectangular piece that sits on the sensor plate? I can't pivot the endcover like a Duo?
chad r u running in kenner tommorow ...
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chad r u running in kenner tommorow ...
No I am racing in battleground, Wa tomorrow.
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