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Old 05-15-2009, 08:42 AM
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Played around with the software hooked up to the pc and see what you mean.
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Old 05-15-2009, 01:45 PM
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What is the difference between 90205G and 90205C? What would be better for LIPO 4.0 or 4.5
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Old 05-15-2009, 01:52 PM
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adam, plese check your pm...
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Old 05-15-2009, 02:08 PM
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No check yours lol

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adam, plese check your pm...
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Originally Posted by andrewdoherty View Post
Thanks Charlie_b for updating the title.
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possibly could we get a list of teh updates and what they are ??
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Originally Posted by abailey21 View Post
No check yours lol
Adam can you please specify difference in softwares as im leaving for reedy race on monday
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can anyone post a color/pin sequence for the sensor lead.
I just fitted a SP13.5 and 17.5 along with GT2.0 and a GT2.0 LPF.
I hooked up everything to my 17.5 and it wouldnt turn over unless i gave the spur gear a push and imediately stop. Took out sensor wire and it runs fine.
Took sensor wire from 13.5 and it runs fine. was worried i fried somthing or wired incorrectly as motor got hot and started smoking.

I cant check against the other lead as the sensor lead has black wires and the one in question is colored wires.
should the wires be the same sequence on both plugs ???
My plugs are as follows
red, blue, white, green, yellow, black
red, blue, green, white, yellow, black
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Originally Posted by Jamesalex View Post
I am looking to get a new speed controller as I was wondering about the pro 2.0

how has it been running, I believe you can adjust timing is there also a turbo mode for this controller, it is between this the gm 120 and team wave rb50.

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well i hve a question i just got the pro 2.0 why the wire not aolider to the post like most esc on the market and the instruction seem hard to understand to a point im sure it good product it my thought to ask
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Originally Posted by razzor View Post
can anyone post a color/pin sequence for the sensor lead.
I just fitted a SP13.5 and 17.5 along with GT2.0 and a GT2.0 LPF.
I hooked up everything to my 17.5 and it wouldnt turn over unless i gave the spur gear a push and imediately stop. Took out sensor wire and it runs fine.
Took sensor wire from 13.5 and it runs fine. was worried i fried somthing or wired incorrectly as motor got hot and started smoking.

I cant check against the other lead as the sensor lead has black wires and the one in question is colored wires.
should the wires be the same sequence on both plugs ???
My plugs are as follows
red, blue, white, green, yellow, black
red, blue, green, white, yellow, black
I have a lead with Red, Blue, Green, White, Orange, Black. HTH
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"In the US" I don't know of any sensor leads different, all brands have the same wiring order on the motors and ESC's

Originally Posted by razzor View Post
can anyone post a color/pin sequence for the sensor lead.
I just fitted a SP13.5 and 17.5 along with GT2.0 and a GT2.0 LPF.
I hooked up everything to my 17.5 and it wouldnt turn over unless i gave the spur gear a push and imediately stop. Took out sensor wire and it runs fine.
Took sensor wire from 13.5 and it runs fine. was worried i fried somthing or wired incorrectly as motor got hot and started smoking.

I cant check against the other lead as the sensor lead has black wires and the one in question is colored wires.
should the wires be the same sequence on both plugs ???
My plugs are as follows
red, blue, white, green, yellow, black
red, blue, green, white, yellow, black
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Old 05-16-2009, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by abailey21 View Post
"In the US" I don't know of any sensor leads different, all brands have the same wiring order on the motors and ESC's
Then most likely its a incorrectly assembled sensor lead !!!
so both plugs should have the same order correct !?!?

Thankfully it didnt stuff up the esc and motor just got the motor hot but its running fine now.
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Originally Posted by abailey21 View Post
"In the US" I don't know of any sensor leads different, all brands have the same wiring order on the motors and ESC's
Adam can you please post an answer to my question that i have asked many times.
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Originally Posted by yeahyeah View Post
I also tried the speedy "not connected to the receiver" switched it back on after calibration it will still go into the default mode.(when you check the settings using the pad -its not in factory default mode)

Noting tho for the above :
Motor coggs it has very little or no brake - all braking options on speedy set to MAX.
try disconnet ur sensored cable .. try run on sesorelless .. my friend have done by disconnect sensored cable ... maybe the sensored cable got problem .. hope this help ..
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First I would like to say I am not that good with the computer. I have GT Pro 2.0. and I bought the lcd card also. I put the cd in and there are two links one on the left I can down load and save. The one on the right it just keeps going on the net and then ask me if it is ok to do so and over and over. Is that normal do I just need one of them. Also how or where do I get updates for it. Thank you. I know it is hard to understand what I am typing.
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