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Old 08-15-2011, 03:45 PM   #31
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Old 08-15-2011, 04:19 PM   #32
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FDR 3.4 and 3.9?? what are you racing?
The lowest FDR on my TC6 chart is 4.71
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Advil is right with FDR and it will depend on track layout. Technical or fast and open. However any value close to 4.0 and a play around this mark is a good starting point.

Temps around 65C/70C (148F to 158F) seem to be a good happy point for the motor. Obviously lower would be better but no greater.

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I race a 17.5 Plutonium with a LRP StockSpec in 'blinky' mode on a large, medium-grip, mixed layout track. I gear my D3 at around a 3.82 fdr and its fast. Gearing my TP at a 3.40 fdr is fast but temps are at 165+, even with dual fans. Does this motor run hot or is my gearing wayyy off?
If this is the one, uhh, it doesn't say what chassis you are racing...
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what is a good area of roll out for the 13.5 I have it in my 10x xray and looking for that sweet spot but also trying to keep up with the other cars and reaching temps of 185F or higher. Running a tekin esc as well.
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what is a good area of roll out for the 13.5 I have it in my 10x xray and looking for that sweet spot but also trying to keep up with the other cars and reaching temps of 185F or higher. Running a tekin esc as well.
copy someone's settings and FDR. Then experiment with the ESC settings first, then FDR. If you DOn't like the results, then go up a teeth on the pinion, repeating the esc the steps above. Hope it helps
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is there anyway to get a replacement rotor for my 10.5T spurt series ?
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what is a good area of roll out for the 13.5 I have it in my 10x xray and looking for that sweet spot but also trying to keep up with the other cars and reaching temps of 185F or higher. Running a tekin esc as well.
Are you using the Plutonium 13.5? Are you running boosted or non-boosted (blinky)?
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