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Old 06-26-2005, 04:05 AM   #1
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just wondering if anyone has used the pit wizard on the cyclone, im not so sure how to save the profile onto the speedy, i know how the change the settings but thats it.
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Old 06-26-2005, 06:34 AM   #2
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first upload the settings from cyclone, make your adjustments,save in wizard, select download to profile 4. been awhile. if that does'nt make sense, let me know i'll dig out the manual.
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thanks. that worked.
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could u also tell me if its better to have more drive freq, like 733mhz instead of 23.4
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Depends on the motor really. For Stock through about 15 turn you want around 1-2khz, for lower turns we run around 3-4khz.
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I know the Cyclone is one of the best ESCs ever made, but how does it compare to the newest speedos?
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Click this link to download Ur very own Manual for the Pit Wizard and U'll be able to do all kinds-O-thins wif it.
http://teamnovak.com/download/instru...fs/pit_wiz.pdf
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Just like anything, the newer ESCs are faster, lighter and can do different things. But the Cyclone actually has a few more "features" in the tuning department. Nothing that makes much difference, but it's there.

As far as plain old performance goes, you'll notice a difference at higher loads, High traction and racing setup motors.
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