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Old 10-25-2007, 06:56 AM   #2326
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Heibiki or anyone else

I changed the profile for use in 27T for my cyclone on rubber tyres, I know I had the gearing spot on but the motor faded towards the end of the race and was very hot, flat out speed felt very slow but there was masses of punch to get it there.

could anyone put a screen shot up of how this progile should look or email me pictures

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Old 10-25-2007, 01:31 PM   #2327
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Brake FETS replaced in a VFS-2000 ran about $50-55 last winter. If you're throwin' it away, I'll pay post and you can throw it in THIS direction!!
Sorry to disappoint! My comment was based on what it says on the Ko box, ""Repairing becomes impossible when damaged". I guess this is not the case then - time to give them a call!
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Old 10-25-2007, 02:34 PM   #2328
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Hello to all you electric pilots. This seemed like a popular enough forum for what I needed to say and so I needed to make a small anouncement.

In addition to what I have already posted on the 2007 Ko Propo Point Series thread that can be found in the nitro forum, I just wanted to add a couple of things. Some of you may or may not have known this but I come from a long history of fuel on road racing. So the fuel stuff is almost second nature to me at this point. I hope that I did not put anyone off here in the electric forum. You see the electric deal is still real new to me and with what little I knew and have learned was all I have had to work with. So I am real grateful to guys like Hibeki and KO Staff for stepping in and answering some of the tougher questions that were being asked. I also wanted you all to know that I was putting together a 1/12 carpet racer for the winter season so that I could go out and learn as much as I could about this electric deal. Because I have to be honest, I think the whole EP deal is pretty cool, just never really had a chance, money or time to jump into it. All in all, I have appreciated your patience.

I didn't want to sound to redundant and so the other half of my announcement can be found in the aforementioned Ko Point Series. Please take a minute to read it. I want to wish all you racers a great rest of 2007 season and beyond.

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Old 10-25-2007, 03:50 PM   #2329
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Heibiki or anyone else

I changed the profile for use in 27T for my cyclone on rubber tyres, I know I had the gearing spot on but the motor faded towards the end of the race and was very hot, flat out speed felt very slow but there was masses of punch to get it there.

could anyone put a screen shot up of how this progile should look or email me pictures

[email protected]

cheers
whats your stock profile now?
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Old 10-25-2007, 04:46 PM   #2330
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I know this has been talked about before I hope. but with the VFS1 esc what settings should I change to run Futaba Spectrum equipment with this ESC any help is greatly appreciated.

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Old 10-26-2007, 01:41 AM   #2331
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Its the one from the KO website for 27T touring technical, could you send me pics of what the profile should look like, I have a race meeting on sunday and am running 4th overall (i think with a little more speed 2nd is possible) looking back you mention on one of you profiles two hyperboosts in the profile!!!

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Old 10-26-2007, 03:43 PM   #2332
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Old 10-31-2007, 05:44 AM   #2333
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Is there any chance anyone could email me profiles for the following

4 cell mardave racing using silver cans with IB4200's
main straight approx 20/30 metres long

6 cell stock using either fantom 27 turn or CO27 with IB4200's on rubber/carpet
main straight is 30 m long

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would I be better with a straight line profile for the mabuchi silver can
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Old 10-31-2007, 10:34 AM   #2334
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Heibki, or anyone

Is there any chance anyone could email me profiles for the following

4 cell mardave racing using silver cans with IB4200's
main straight approx 20/30 metres long

6 cell stock using either fantom 27 turn or CO27 with IB4200's on rubber/carpet
main straight is 30 m long

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would I be better with a straight line profile for the mabuchi silver can
gaza, i apologize, but i've never raced 4 cell before. so i have no idea what the profile should be. i would probably guess that you should have a less aggressive profile so that you dont use up that much battery. BUT since your using a silver can, im sure you can get away with running a stock profile and have no issues making runtime.

here's a standard profile i always start with for stock.

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Throttle Response: off
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Old 10-31-2007, 10:35 AM   #2335
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would I be better with a straight line profile for the mabuchi silver can
something thats very efficient so you can get the most out of your motor. silver can is all about carrying cornerspeed.
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Heibiki,

Hi Sir, Can you send me a good profile for stock 23T motors to start with, i tried and experiment different kinds of profile but it lessens my run time and makes my motor extra hot! and can you explain how to use throttle response. THanks!
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Old 11-01-2007, 09:54 AM   #2337
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Hi Sir, Can you send me a good profile for stock 23T motors to start with, i tried and experiment different kinds of profile but it lessens my run time and makes my motor extra hot! and can you explain how to use throttle response. THanks!
Centerfire, you can use the one above, but id raise the whole thing about 5-6 steps.. maybe more if you are not making run time.

Start reading at the top of the page and it explains "throttle response"

go to this page: http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?p=2941215
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Heibiki, thanks sir for that info, i'll try it this weekend. i'll let you know asap!
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Smile WHICH IS BETTER?

GUYS I HAVE NO IDEAS YET REGARDING THE MODELS OF THE KO ESC BUT I HEARD A LOT OF GOOD THINGS ABOUT THE BRAND. BY THE WAY WHICH IS BETTER?
HARA TWISTER 2.2
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GUYS I HAVE NO IDEAS YET REGARDING THE MODELS OF THE KO ESC BUT I HEARD A LOT OF GOOD THINGS ABOUT THE BRAND. BY THE WAY WHICH IS BETTER?
HARA TWISTER 2.2
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VFS 1 COMP 2
TNX
KO builds the Twister for Hara's line up. I believe the only difference is the preset drive freq settings. Both are great speedo's.
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