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Old 03-26-2012, 02:47 AM   #16
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Feeling very well with the XPS PRO!
feeling better than my old V2.1 HW
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Old 03-26-2012, 03:27 AM   #17
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Hi guys, does anyone have any settings for running team powers XPS sport with plutonium 13.5t motor with turbo at a low traction Onroad track.

Hope someone can help

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Unless you have been given some settings for the TP13.5 I'll have these posted here tomorrow.
Smooth with plenty of go on a low traction surface.


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Old 03-26-2012, 06:37 PM   #18
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Default 13.5 BOSTED

XPS Pro for 13.5 Boosted.

Try these settings for a 13.5 Plutonium motor on a low grip track.

1 FWD / BRAKE
2 LIPO CUT AT 6.0V
3 DEAD BANK AT 6% (DEPENDING ON YOUR RADIO)
4 HEAT PROTECTION ON
5 REV FORCE AT 0%
6 BRAKE LEVEL AT 2
7 BRAKE FORCE AT 75%
8 DRAG BRAKE AT 0%
9 FWD LEVEL AT 2
10 PUNCH AT 60%
11 POWER BAND AT 100%
12 START RPM AT 4000
13 TIMING BURST AT 65%
14 TIMING BOOST AT 50%
15 TURBO DELAY AT 0.3 SEC
16 TURBO BOOST AT 35%

FDR ON CAR WAS 7.32 FOR A SERPENT S411.

Temps for motor stayed at 60 to 68 Degree Celcius all week end.

Super smooth and plenty of go. Straight speed was equal if not a little better than others.

Hope this helps.

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Old 03-26-2012, 08:10 PM   #19
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XPS Pro for 13.5 Boosted.

Try these settings for a 13.5 Plutonium motor on a low grip track.

1 FWD / BRAKE
2 LIPO CUT AT 6.0V
3 DEAD BANK AT 6% (DEPENDING ON YOUR RADIO)
4 HEAT PROTECTION ON
5 REV FORCE AT 0%
6 BRAKE LEVEL AT 2
7 BRAKE FORCE AT 75%
8 DRAG BRAKE AT 0%
9 FWD LEVEL AT 2
10 PUNCH AT 60%
11 POWER BAND AT 100%
12 START RPM AT 4000
13 TIMING BURST AT 65%
14 TIMING BOOST AT 50%
15 TURBO DELAY AT 0.3 SEC
16 TURBO BOOST AT 35%

FDR ON CAR WAS 7.32 FOR A SERPENT S411.

Temps for motor stayed at 60 to 68 Degree Celcius all week end.

Super smooth and plenty of go. Straight speed was equal if not a little better than others.

Hope this helps.

Cheers

Ren
in turbo timing mode.the punch allowed to adjust?it must stay 0%?
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I'm interested in buying the Pro version of the XPS, but there seems to very limited information about them, and if there are regular firmware updates, or even if it is firmware updatable?

I'll be running 10.5 boosted with it, (generally X12 10.5) and have seen a couple of set up sheets for the team powers motors but nothing else (I'm not looking for a setup, I can go find my own on the track) but it would be good to get some feedback of how it performs and how the software works in comparison to others

Just found the manual, will give it a read, but all experience with the xps pro very welcome.
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Old 04-22-2012, 09:49 AM   #21
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http://www.team-powers.co.uk/index.p...y&path=111_114
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Yes, that is where I would order it from.

But the team powers sites just gives the general info and not the information I was looking for, but the manual has answered alot of what I was looking for.

Are you running one yourself?
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Yes, that is where I would order it from.

But the team powers sites just gives the general info and not the information I was looking for, but the manual has answered alot of what I was looking for.

Are you running one yourself?
all uk team power and german team are run them they are very smooth to driver
if you are at btcc go see reace hodges
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question was answered by a local guy. These look like nice speed controls, have one on the shopping list!
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this is the best esc i have!
we can shared our setup here!
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recently joined up with Team Powers and run on the east coast USA, if anyone has any questions regarding this esc or the plutonium motors, please let me know
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Received mine last week, only had time to flick through the manual. Think I'll start with a certain amount of timing boost, maybe 60% and 2 dot on the X12 10.5 , leave the turbo off, and see how it feels. Not quite certain where to start the rpm of the timing boost from though, maybe just start at 3000 and go from there.
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Received mine last week, only had time to flick through the manual. Think I'll start with a certain amount of timing boost, maybe 60% and 2 dot on the X12 10.5 , leave the turbo off, and see how it feels. Not quite certain where to start the rpm of the timing boost from though, maybe just start at 3000 and go from there.
looking at 6k or above
to let torque of motor work
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Ok cool, makes sense, only ever run modified whenever I have raced in the last 3 years, so boosted class is all new to me, thanks.
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Well i got to put my new esc to a true test this saturday, and in the heat of the day it remained "cold as ice" which satisfies me a ton! Its also very smooth, the power delivery is so linear when paired with the plutonium motors, didnt have a chance to try another motor, not sure i want to though
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