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Old 11-02-2004, 12:04 AM
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Hey guys, I just bought from a froend a VFs-1 Esc but it did not came with the ultimate scotchky diode.

What other options do I have? I am running 23T can I use the Novak scotchky diode?
Yes you can use the Novak diode and it works well, however the resistance on the KO diode is slightly better - slightly
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rocketron- thanks for the info

ngo 8 - I am going to order but I want something that I can use fr the moment
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ngo8 - Yes it's the same.

Chris - I'll try it and let you know.

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ok thanks dude .
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I read through seven pages and decided that was way too much reading for me. I am looking for a good set-up for 1/12 stock. I went to the KO web page and they don't have one yet. I was running a LRP and I like the feel better, but I would rather run the KO. Any help would be great.
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Originally posted by mcsquish
I read through seven pages and decided that was way too much reading for me. I am looking for a good set-up for 1/12 stock. I went to the KO web page and they don't have one yet. I was running a LRP and I like the feel better, but I would rather run the KO. Any help would be great.
munrath.. AKA Mark took the technical settings for a 27T and converted and he used it on his 12th scale.

mark..can you post your throttle profile please?

i wish i could help but i dont run 12th scale.... (yet. ROBERT lets run 12th scale on tuesdays! )
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Here is the 1/12 scale setup I've been using for stock. If you have runtime issue which I don't think you will, increase the frequency numbers in the last 6 stages of the profile.

Please do me a favor and let us know what you think. It's important so that we can fine tune some of these profiles and make them available.

Hope this helps,
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Originally posted by munrath
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Here is the 1/12 scale setup I've been using for stock. If you have runtime issue which I don't think you will, increase the frequency numbers in the last 6 stages of the profile.

Hope this helps,
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mark how long is the straightaway where you race?
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Chris,

The track size is 96x52. The straightaway is around 80 feet and the track is technical.

http://www.rctrack.com/images/facility/track2.jpg

The picture above is an older layout but the back straightaway is about the same.

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Mcsquish,

Looks like Robert updated the web page and has posted my 1/12 scale profile for a technical track layout. He has also posted a Highspeed layout that someone has recommended.

Here is the link for VFS-1 Profiles.
http://www.kopropo.com/vfs_help.htm

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Thank you very much. I will hopefuly be able to try it this weekend at the NORRCA nats.
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Originally posted by munrath
Chris,

The track size is 96x52. The straightaway is around 80 feet and the track is technical.

http://www.rctrack.com/images/facility/track2.jpg

The picture above is an older layout but the back straightaway is about the same.

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Mark i have two new profiles for you... from the looks of the track you race at... the straight is not long enough to be using "24". how's the top end on your car? i modified the last 16 stages. this should give you more rip if you come off half way on your throttle. i see lots of turns where u can left off. just not sure how much?

FREQ1=1
FREQ2=2
FREQ3=2
FREQ4=3
FREQ5=4
FREQ6=4
FREQ7=5
FREQ8=5
FREQ9=6
FREQ10=7
FREQ11=8
FREQ12=9
FREQ13=10
FREQ14=11
FREQ15=12
FREQ16=13
FREQ17=14
FREQ18=13
FREQ19=12
FREQ20=11
FREQ21=10
FREQ22=9
FREQ23=8
FREQ24=8
FREQ25=8
FREQ26=8
FREQ27=8
FREQ28=9
FREQ29=10
FREQ30=11
FREQ31=12

ill PM you the other one. i think its too aggressive..and might get you to dump. im actually gonna use it in stock for my touring car.
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Chris,

The top end is pretty good, but I'm always up for trying something different. I'm going to the track Friday to do some more testing so I'll try it out and let you know.

Nothing came through on the PM. Try again.

Thanks for all the support.

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Originally posted by munrath
Chris,

The top end is pretty good, but I'm always up for trying something different. I'm going to the track Friday to do some more testing so I'll try it out and let you know.

Nothing came through on the PM. Try again.

Thanks for all the support.

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hehe..your the guinea pig for 12th scale thats why. well at least until i decide to buy one.

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Chris - Feel free to send them my way. I have the Region 2 race this weekend in PA, so I'll let you know which combo/profile worked best.

Don't forget to send me the need for speed profile.



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