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Old 09-11-2010, 07:54 AM   #1
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Default How does "Cheat/Timing" work

So I broke down and sold my first born so that I could complete my CC electronic setup. I've got a Castle/Neu 1518 1800 KV with MMM on 4S with 26/43 gearing (Kyosho IGT2 Vette). So now my question is what is this so called "Cheat" mode in the Castlelink software? Is it just simply adjusting the timing? Is it changing the Kv? Does it become affective at a certain RPM? Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-11-2010, 10:02 AM   #2
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very nice setup, make your own motor mount & batt tray?
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Thanks. The mount is .60 plank motor holder cause I just don't like how the conversion set can flex. As for the battery holder, that's some CF armor plate that use for making my plank firewalls bullet proof.
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This is kinda amazing that with the wealth of knowledge and know-how, there's not been a single response to my original question concerning timing. NOBODY understands how this works with the ESC's?
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Since nobody is chiming in here, I'll give a simple answer. They advance the timing based on RPM and maybe other parameters. I'm sure there are people on here that know much more than that.
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Since nobody is chiming in here, I'll give a simple answer. They advance the timing based on RPM and maybe other parameters. I'm sure there are people on here that know much more than that.
That is the simple answer. I suggest you check out the Castle Creations Mamba Max Pro thread (which looks to be what you have in there) in the Electric Onroad section. The whole point of dynamic timing systems (AKA cheat mode) is to maintain the motors maximum output at all speeds rather than just top end or bottom end power. If you haven't used it before it will surprise just how much faster your current system can be with it set up correctly. A 4s version would be stupid fast with the right motor but realise that you need to keep an eye on your systems temps when using such features and also your battery will produce less runtime on a full charge dur to the increased output.
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