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Old 09-09-2010, 08:53 AM   #1081
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Here is my schematic to add the small battery.
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:20 AM   #1082
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Here is my schematic to add the small battery.
Thanks David, that exactly what I was looking for. I'm really looking forward to getting my hands on the ESC and tinkering around with it. The schematic is perfect, thanks!
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Yes, we do work on SXX StockSpec Version2 as well as some have already indicated.
Exact details about SXX StockSpec Version2 are going to be published by early Octoer, including information about "update program" for customers which currently own an SXX StockSpec Version1 (Mk1 to Mk3).

What I can say already now: the SXX StockSpec Version2 has the possibility to be updated (though optional USB interface) by yourself.
The software we used at IIC is not production Version2 but a development software (called "Pre V2 Stock"), but it allows users with this software to update these speedos to full production SXX StockSpec Version2 software once it is available.

Also, the already released Version2 speedos (80905 + 80955) are not meant for stock racing, their profiles are designed for modified racing!
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Is the SPX SS upgradeable for ROAR stock standards? (Flashing LED)
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Old 09-19-2010, 10:40 AM   #1086
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Is the SPX SS upgradeable for ROAR stock standards? (Flashing LED)
The "SPX" and the "SXX SS" are two different speedos. This thread is about the "SPX"!
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This is the "SPX" thread, not the "SXX SS" thread!!!
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Is the SPX SS upgradeable for ROAR stock standards? (Flashing LED)
Well Excuse me, is the SPX upgradeable for ROAR stock standards then??? (flashing LED)
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This is the "SPX" thread, not the "SXX SS" thread!!!
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You might want to ask in the Cyclone thread:

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No.
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Well Excuse me, is the SPX upgradeable for ROAR stock standards then??? (flashing LED)
Oh how i wish they could... I hope someone from LRP read this... Else my once upon a time expensive SPX SS will render unusable soon...
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Here is my schematic to add the small battery.
David, could I wire in a 1s battery in the same place as a 2s and get the ESC to "see" 7.4 volts? Is it worth the effort or should I just wire in the 2s Rx pack? Thanks!
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Well Excuse me, is the SPX upgradeable for ROAR stock standards then??? (flashing LED)
Just clearing up the fact that there is 2 different speedos being talked about here. One MAY be up-gradeable, the other one NOT!!!

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Old 09-20-2010, 04:06 PM   #1095
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Hey Guys,

LRP has some upgrade software which will update your SXX Stock Spec to have the latest software as well as to make it now USB up-datable. If you have a SXX Stock Spec (unfortunately this is not offered for the SPX Stock Spec speed control) you can send it to Team Associated and we would be happy to get it updated for you.
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