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Old 07-25-2011, 06:01 PM   #1
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I just bought a new xr-10 kit and I put 2 of the fx-r's esc, Tekin motor's that came with the esc's as a package, using a 4-pk.
I set everything up just like Harley did in his thred, but my reverse is not as fast as forward. it is only about 60%-70% of what forward dose.
Can anyone help or have tips!
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Old 07-25-2011, 06:36 PM   #2
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it could be the motor has the timing advanced making the speed difference or maybe a fxr rev speed programming if it has one.
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I just bought a new xr-10 kit and I put 2 of the fx-r's esc, Tekin motor's that came with the esc's as a package, using a 4-pk.
I set everything up just like Harley did in his thred, but my reverse is not as fast as forward. it is only about 60%-70% of what forward dose.
Can anyone help or have tips!
Are your epa's maxed out in reverse? Did you accidentally program the fxr's for less reverse when calibrating them? Have you calibrated them?
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Are your epa's maxed out in reverse? Did you accidentally program the fxr's for less reverse when calibrating them? Have you calibrated them?
The epa's I'll have to check, But I did calibrate the esc's
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it could be the motor has the timing advanced making the speed difference or maybe a fxr rev speed programming if it has one.
Thanks, I'll check.
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