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Old 06-30-2009, 03:49 PM   #511
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i would think you would want steps 25-32 to be as close to 52 a possible. my understandind is that 1 is high torque and 52 is high rpm. so that at step 32 you have the throttle at full so you would not need the torque and you would want more rpm.

Here is something writen about the drive freq. It 's a download from the KO site. It is a manual from a other esc, but the basic is the same. It stood somewhere right above the middle of the first page. "What is drive freq?

http://s195302033.onlinehome.us/CX/Misc/KOMisc2.pdf

The model of Hebiki is almost the same as mine ( he posted this one earlier) and i tried this on my track with rubber wheels. When i started the profile at this level my wheels are spinning, the diff is upsad and the outdrive cups are broke in a notime because of the power of the speedo. That's the reason that i choice for a cunning in the first sector from 1 till x. I'll test this one thursday

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Old 07-02-2009, 06:02 AM   #512
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I just loaded the the Drew Ellis software profile.....all I can say is whooaahhh mumma.

That is one balls and all profile curve, the thing just rips and makes a 17.5 come alive

I cant wait to do some timed laps as I am getting the feeling that this thing is going to rock . The ICS USB controller is so easy to use and love how you can configure the different model profiles.

If I program the different models say to be 1 notch difference in timing e.g. 4, 5, 6. Will this allow me to test different timing without the need for the software controller at the track ???
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Old 07-02-2009, 08:48 AM   #513
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I just loaded the the Drew Ellis software profile.....all I can say is whooaahhh mumma.

That is one balls and all profile curve, the thing just rips and makes a 17.5 come alive

I cant wait to do some timed laps as I am getting the feeling that this thing is going to rock . The ICS USB controller is so easy to use and love how you can configure the different model profiles.

If I program the different models say to be 1 notch difference in timing e.g. 4, 5, 6. Will this allow me to test different timing without the need for the software controller at the track ???
Yes you can. If you want to copy profiles from one model to the next, just click and drag on the model profile tabs. Then you will get a window asking if you want to copy model X -> model Y and you can make your timing adjustments to each model number.
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Old 07-02-2009, 09:41 AM   #515
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I just loaded the the Drew Ellis software profile.....all I can say is whooaahhh mumma.

That is one balls and all profile curve, the thing just rips and makes a 17.5 come alive
Which one is the Drew Ellis profile?

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Old 07-02-2009, 09:43 AM   #516
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Which one is the Drew Ellis profile?

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its on the Ko site.

http://www.kopropo.com/america/index...113&Itemid=162
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It's under the BMC help Center page "ROAR Carpet Nats 09"
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i should have bought my own ICS USB adapter...
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Guys,

It mentioned "Only to be used with version 1.5 of the BMC and the Stock Motor Manager".... what if I'm still using v1.0? Could I still use it on a 10.5t?

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Nope.
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It mentioned "Only to be used with version 1.5 of the BMC and the Stock Motor Manager".... what if I'm still using v1.0? Could I still use it on a 10.5t?

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the biggest difference is with V1.5 you have timing up to "6". v1.0 only has timing up to "2".
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It's under the BMC help Center page "ROAR Carpet Nats 09"
Oke, thanks. That's the profile that Hebiki posted earlier.

That one is the best so far. The profile which i posted is't that good. I think that the cunning at the end is too sharp.

@ Robert. Is it (not) possible that you can open the profile's which stands on the KO site in a text file? Then you can chance it to a .kpd file and the software can read it. Otherwise you must type it in the software.
Now you can see what i meant in post 491. For example: i think that the freq30 till 32 is't position 12 but 1. Ore not?

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You have to right click the link for the profile and select "save as" when saving.

Then start the BMC software and select the open file icon. When this window opens, you can change the file type to all "*.*" and select the file or you can change the suffix to the file (.KPD) when you save it.

I don't look at the text file because it is too confusing. I only open them with the software.
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the biggest difference is with V1.5 you have timing up to "6". v1.0 only has timing up to "2".
So I could use the same profile except the timing is set at "2", right?

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Hi all. Need some help with brakes. I've been messing around with the settings on my radio (M8) and on the esc but I can't seem to get enough autobrake when I go to neutral. It coasts no matter what I do. If I set the radio for more brake it affects the top speed. I must be missing something. When I was using the novak esc, I used profile #4 and that was just right. Can't seem to mimick that on this esc. motor is a 17.5 novak Thanks
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