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Old 09-23-2004, 11:46 AM
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Hey KO PROPO Staff,

I figure that so as an example on that image the step for the 2000:

Thrt = 1
Freq = 21
Hz = 2690

What would I need it to say on the VFS1?
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Old 09-23-2004, 11:56 AM
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Originally posted by HarshGuy
Hey KO PROPO Staff,

I figure that so as an example on that image the step for the 2000:

Thrt = 1
Freq = 21
Hz = 2690

What would I need it to say on the VFS1?
Jav...

thrt =1
Freq = 27
Hz = 2700
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Old 09-23-2004, 12:06 PM
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Originally posted by HarshGuy
Hey KO PROPO Staff,

I figure that so as an example on that image the step for the 2000:

Thrt = 1
Freq = 21
Hz = 2690

What would I need it to say on the VFS1?
For the VFS-1 at 2690Hz the closest you can get is 2700Hz or frequency no. 27
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Old 09-23-2004, 12:06 PM
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OK, I must not be understanding something, if you look that picture the VFS1 with the dealio in the middle says:

3.98KHz No,36 THR1

If I throw the slider all the way up it says

0.93KHz No,1 THRT1

If I throw itr all the way down is says:

12.00 Khz No,64 Thrt1


....I don't understand :-(
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Never mind ...I get it now ...more steps larger scale, Khz * 100 = Hz ...duuuuuuuhhhhh ...please don't tell anyone I race with about this ;-)
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Old 09-23-2004, 12:12 PM
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Originally posted by KO PROPO Staff
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Looked at the KO GP DVD last night, looks great. Chris, I think that we will have to start calling you "Showtime" with all of your interviews!
glad you liked it.. you didnt see the matrix portion did you? OOP! am i giving out too many clues?

btw.. saw your car in Q1 on tuesday.. OMG! talk about rip!! woo hoo!
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Originally posted by Hebiki
glad you liked it.. you didnt see the matrix portion did you? OOP! am i giving out too many clues?

btw.. saw your car in Q1 on tuesday.. OMG! talk about rip!! woo hoo!
Matrix portion? Must have missed that.

Talk about rip, that was the last time that motor was going to do that. Found a sweet spot in the gearing and now the motor is literaly RIP! The comm came apart when I was cutting it. Now I have no more motors. Guess I'll have to go shopping.
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Originally posted by KO PROPO Staff
Matrix portion? Must have missed that.

Talk about rip, that was the last time that motor was going to do that. Found a sweet spot in the gearing and now the motor is literaly RIP! The comm came apart when I was cutting it. Now I have no more motors. Guess I'll have to go shopping.
ooooooooooo the matrix part is the best! ill let you know once we get the dvds

ill be at socal next tuesday for some testing.
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Originally posted by KO PROPO Staff
Matrix portion? Must have missed that.

Talk about rip, that was the last time that motor was going to do that. Found a sweet spot in the gearing and now the motor is literaly RIP! The comm came apart when I was cutting it. Now I have no more motors. Guess I'll have to go shopping.
If you need some stockers let me know!! I'll hook you up...Or 19 turns.

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Originally posted by EAMotorsports
If you need some stockers let me know!! I'll hook you up...Or 19 turns.

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does that go for me too? i run shelf stuff
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Robert, I left you a VM, could you give me a call when you get a sec?
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Robert..

being so small... any problems with overheating?
looks like the Quantum heatsink would fit on top of it....
may not be a big issue..I'm only running 19T spec at the most.
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Originally posted by rc-zombies
Robert..

being so small... any problems with overheating?
looks like the Quantum heatsink would fit on top of it....
may not be a big issue..I'm only running 19T spec at the most.
I haven't had any problems with over heating. Anyone else?
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Does anyone know a source to purchase the handheld programmer for the VFS-2000? I just recently aquired one from a friend and would like to pick one of these up.

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Originally posted by KO PROPO Staff
I haven't had any problems with over heating. Anyone else?
being the same size as the Quntums and I had some very bad experiences that have gone up in smoke...
I was just curious.
I just received mine today and haven't had a chance to run it yet. Hopefully this weekend. I'm sure there will be no problems...

the Q heatsink is a perfect fit though...
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