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Old 10-26-2009, 11:57 AM   #1
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Default GM 90 programing for 13.5 on carpet

Hi all, I know about the gm thread but I'm in a bit of a quandry, I've been told tyhat mode 8 is the best for 13.5 on the gm 90 but that certain paramaters can be tweaked to give more smoother less peaky power.

I have v1.3.6 software on my computer and v4.8 on my speedo and I'll be setting the speedo to mode 8 using the TX not the software.

so where do I go from here ?
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Hi all, I know about the gm thread but I'm in a bit of a quandry, I've been told tyhat mode 8 is the best for 13.5 on the gm 90 but that certain paramaters can be tweaked to give more smoother less peaky power.

I have v1.3.6 software on my computer and v4.8 on my speedo and I'll be setting the speedo to mode 8 using the TX not the software.

so where do I go from here ?
See the GM thread. You find tips setup with both old software for your 13.5T as well as setup with the new 7.2 version software...


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