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Old 01-05-2006, 02:38 PM   #1651
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Thanks guys--I THINK I've got it. Of course the proof will be in the puddin' on Sunday. I really hope I like this bad boy and can justify ordering a couple more so I can throw my Q2's away and be rid of the bad taste LRP put in my mouth.

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Thank you, i thought i had got it right.

Now, briefly can someone tell me about the "power save" setting, i seem to remember seeing somewhere that this can (has to ??) be set differently when running with a 302 reciever.

Initially, i'm going to be putting VFS 1 in my 12th car, with 302 reciever and 949 servo. Probbaly be running rx pack - i did see the post a while back that the positive reciever wire needs removing and both switches switched. Can't be so lazy now, LRP speedo only needs rx pack switching one!!
When using the KR-302F receiver you can use any of the power save settings. Using this receiver, I would set it at 2.3V. Those using Spektrum must set it at 3.5V or higher.

The power save is the voltage at the battery pack before the esc will divert power to only the steering.

For 1/12th scale using a Rx pack will require that you remove the red wire going to the receiver from the esc. Both switches will need to be turned on.
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Old 01-05-2006, 10:02 PM   #1653
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Hi Matt

And... Robert might tell you that you must replace the +ve to reprogramme the ESC ... but I have found this not to be the case. I have only used the hand controller with the +ve removed from the ESC plug but it works just fine.

Yes it is a pain having to deal with both switches!

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When using the KR-302F receiver you can use any of the power save settings. Using this receiver, I would set it at 2.3V. Those using Spektrum must set it at 3.5V or higher.

The power save is the voltage at the battery pack before the esc will divert power to only the steering.

For 1/12th scale using a Rx pack will require that you remove the red wire going to the receiver from the esc. Both switches will need to be turned on.
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Cheers Robert that's explained it nicely.

Mark, yeah think i remember seeing yours posts previously.
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Chris, you have PM and $$ in your paypal!

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Chris, you have PM and $$ in your paypal!

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vic - sent you a profile for stock. let me know how that works out.

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Can anyone tell me what the numbers mean for the frequency settings or where to find the table?

eg. freq=36, so on and so on.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Can anyone tell me what the numbers mean for the frequency settings or where to find the table?

eg. freq=36, so on and so on.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.
There is a function on the setting adapter to convert the Number to real frequency no.
I forgot the function name, maybe "Frequency View". Please read your setting adapter manual for that.
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Hey Mr. Hebiki--is that profile for TC stock or 1/12 stock? I race both...any odds you could let me give it a try too? Understand either way.

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Can anyone tell me what the numbers mean for the frequency settings or where to find the table?

eg. freq=36, so on and so on.


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here's a chart for the VFS-1 and VFS-2000
each number and the corresponding drive frequency.
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Hey Mr. Hebiki--is that profile for TC stock or 1/12 stock? I race both...any odds you could let me give it a try too? Understand either way.

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scott... ill forward it to you via PM. its for TC stock. 1/12 isnt very popular down here. so i havent dabbled in that type of racing ..... yet

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here's a chart for the VFS-1 and VFS-2000
each number and the corresponding drive frequency.
Thank you very much Hebiki!
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Many thanks Chris,

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hey there i am running a rs540 motor (i know its so outdated but thats one of the classes we run down here) does anyone have a profile for that motor being a 27turn sealed endbell, just trying to get the most out of it any help would be cool

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i just used my vsf1 pro competition for the first time tonight stock in a 12th scale car i
used the setting from the ko propo sight.
12th scale 4 cell technical track.
increased each frequency by 7 points cause it felt soft in the corners.

more info of the car
roll out 39.71 mm
96 spur 26 pinion.
4 cell smc 3300.
charged a 6amps
my problem the car fells soft out of corners

link to settings
http://www.kopropo.com/2004_11_3_Tec...27T%201-12.kpd
i increased each steep by 7
any help please.
thanks in advance

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