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Old 04-15-2016, 06:34 PM
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i pre-ordered too
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got an email that mine shipped. i am super excited
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I'm most excited about them having user selectable brake frequency. This should solve hw 3.1's stock class motor braking strength issue. If it is smaller and lighter, I'll be more impressed.
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Old 04-24-2016, 10:22 AM
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i got mine today. i am super excited and i cant wait to try it out this week
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May be buying a stock-spec and have not yet installed a 120amp v3.1. What is this braking issue? Does this happen with all motors? Thx

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I'm most excited about them having user selectable brake frequency. This should solve hw 3.1's stock class motor braking strength issue. If it is smaller and lighter, I'll be more impressed.
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Old 04-24-2016, 10:45 AM
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That 1/10 scale ESC reminds me the ZTW 220A esc....


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Just got mine. Havent run it yet so cant compare to my 3.1. The two look identical in size and weight though.
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Mine is installed in my xb2 where my 120 was. I will try it today
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Got mine Thursday. Installed it today. Has anyone noticed that on the XR10 pro that there is no punch adjustment like there is on the 3.1? Can anyone explain this?
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Anyone know how to set the PWM for brake and throttle, as in what it does?

Or does any one have settings for stock racing?
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Originally Posted by bee200sx View Post
Anyone know how to set the PWM for brake and throttle, as in what it does?

Or does any one have settings for stock racing?
Brake: Higher value is smoother brakes but less brake force overall. Lower Value is the opposite.

PWM: Lower value is more punch but less top speed (lower end RPM). Higher value is opposite.

Have a play with it to understand the differences and decide what feel/punch etc is good for your driving style.
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Originally Posted by dan_vector View Post
PWM: Lower value is more punch but less top speed (lower end RPM).
PWM frequency doesn't affect top speed, since PWM is not active at full throttle. If PWM settings affect your top speed, then there is something wrong.
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In the ORCA manual it is described as: low PWM settings "will give you good punch at the low end" while high PWM "will result in strong mid to top end".
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Originally Posted by howardcano View Post
PWM frequency doesn't affect top speed, since PWM is not active at full throttle. If PWM settings affect your top speed, then there is something wrong.
My experience is that it does affect the top end. The theory may say it doesn't however the feeling is that it does.
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Originally Posted by DirkW View Post
In the ORCA manual it is described as: low PWM settings "will give you good punch at the low end" while high PWM "will result in strong mid to top end".
Yes, much the same as using some exponential on the throttle. It doesn't increase the absolute top end, but it does increase the progression of power in the upper throttle range.

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My experience is that it does affect the top end. The theory may say it doesn't however the feeling is that it does.
Always do what feels best!
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