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Old 09-30-2004, 07:47 PM   #361
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Oh dang, and here I though with the ex10, vfs1 & 2343 I'd have everything I need to make the car go on it's own

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Old 09-30-2004, 08:10 PM   #362
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KO PROPO Staff , ok I can read and write to the servo with the "Y" and the rx pack ....couple of questions on the servo programming software what is (in english terms ):

1) Pulse Stretch
2) Protection Timer

...the rest of the parameters are pretty self explanatory.
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that's a lot of work for equipment without a car to go in..
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LOL ...already in it's temporary holding shell ...till the JRXS comes out

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LOL ...already in it's temporary holding shell ...till the JRXS comes out
it's sort of sad to see Losi go away from a true sealed drive train. STLNLST never had to replace the belts on that car. You ready to put all of that Ko stuff to the test on the rug? I have my radio back from Mike Byrd so I'm ready for some action.
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Old 10-01-2004, 12:11 AM   #366
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hey guys,
i read in these posts that there's no fail safe that will work in ahrs with the helios...was wondering what everyone else is doing for fail safe...or just no fail safe at all?
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it's sort of sad to see Losi go away from a true sealed drive train. STLNLST never had to replace the belts on that car. You ready to put all of that Ko stuff to the test on the rug? I have my radio back from Mike Byrd so I'm ready for some action.
Yea ...I'm keeping my XXX-S even after that for a "play around car" (assuming the JRXS works that is ) ...it's one of the "staples" of family reunions, throw a 7 turn in the losi and watch the nieces and nephews go crazy trying to chase the car up and down the filthy gravel riddled street ....try that with an open drive train car :|
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Yea ...I'm keeping my XXX-S even after that for a "play around car" (assuming the JRXS works that is ) ...it's one of the "staples" of family reunions, throw a 7 turn in the losi and watch the nieces and nephews go crazy trying to chase the car up and down the filthy gravel riddled street ....try that with an open drive train car :|
are you getting the speedmind bag to put your radio in? It looks cool but it's HUGE.
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Probably when I get the drop down steering wheel thingee ...it fits in my existing dirtbagz bag right now ..tight fit, but it fits.

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I bought the Team Magic Transmitter bag it fits perfect with the wheel drop down/ext. It is almost identical to the KO bag for the EX-10.
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The speedmind bag is the ish...

Eventhough it's big and bulky, but gives superb protection.... man, I sound like a condom commercial! Anyway, the bag actually fits in one of the drawer in my Mugen hauler bag.

What KO needs to make is an aluminum case like the Airtronics and JR.

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Yeah an alum case would be nice......
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Yeah, KO can't go on with producing something else than aluminum cases!
KO might be described a THE radio manufacturer, so why not something supreme like aluminium.........
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KO PROPO Staff , ok I can read and write to the servo with the "Y" and the rx pack ....couple of questions on the servo programming software what is (in english terms ):

1) Pulse Stretch
2) Protection Timer

...the rest of the parameters are pretty self explanatory.
1) Pulse Stretch - setting type of the servo. 1. Analog setting 2. In-between Analog/Digital 3. Digital setting.

2) Protection Timer - Set the timer to power down the servo if the linkage becomes locked or overloaded. This is to prevent damage to the FETs and motor from an overload.
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Yeah, KO can't go on with producing something else than aluminum cases!
KO might be described a THE radio manufacturer, so why not something supreme like aluminium.........
We have looked into making another hard type of case but, it is way to expensive. The aluminum type was to heavy and we couldn't compete with pricing from items coming from China. I looked into a carbonfiber version, lighter, but once again even more expensive. I am still looking for a manufacture to give better pricing.
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