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Old 05-17-2017, 03:51 PM   #321
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Dithered mode is a hybrid frequency. It delivers very smooth startup with 8k cool runnings, but does make some extra noise getting there. I either run in 18k for silent operation (which is also dithered, but not as loud), or dithered mode for the smoothest starts and cooler temps.
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Old 05-17-2017, 03:54 PM   #322
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I switched it over to dithered and high power starts, what a beast ! And smooth start, although I seem to see twitching with my SS bombproof RR slipper, before moving, zero cogging Is that normal with all that torque ?


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Im an impressed camper with my PP3500 and BLE.

What is the dithering mode ? does it only effect frequency / sound ?

will it create heat issues ?

Did you go with the Std 3500 or XL?

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Standard, I couldn't imagine an XL in this


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I'm totally new to crawling...

After much searching and reading, I'm contemplating a HH PP 3300kv Stubby paired with a HH BLE for an otherwise stock Vaterra Ascender I've just assembled.

I'm not sure exactly how I'm going to use the vehicle; I would imagine some crawling and some general trail, so I would like a good combination of low speed control and wheel speed. This setup looks like it would be flexible in that regard. I figured I'd watch temps and adjust pinion/spur if needed.

Thoughts? Anyone else use this combo in an Ascender?
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Old 05-30-2017, 04:41 PM   #326
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That's what is in my ascender. Probably won't have any need to watch heat or adjust gearing.
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Old 05-30-2017, 05:13 PM   #327
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That's what is in my ascender. Probably won't have any need to watch heat or adjust gearing.
The poor Ascender that you threw on the floor in your comparison video?
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Old 05-30-2017, 05:52 PM   #328
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Yep. I didn't want to break the trail finder or 10ii. The ascender took it like a champ. Haven't worked on it once since swapping in hd pinions, cvds, and mip sliding shafts, which was basically after the first week.
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I have 2200s in an Ascender and a couple of other rigs, plus multiple 3300s and 2700s in various other rigs (mostly Axial-based and RC4WD-based). All 3 kvs are excellent. The 3300 on 3S has a pretty crazy top end, which is fun but not usable all that often on a scale truck. If you don't need that much top end speed, the 2700 on 3S is hard to beat. And the BLE ESC is excellent to go with any of the three.
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Well one thing is for certain, and it's no lie the Puller Pro series lays down the POWER!!

Here's a quick video of me pulling my daughter in a classic Fisher Price car. The SCX10II is utilizing a standard size W/P 2700kV Puller Pro with a 13t pinion and running a 3s battery. The Puller Pro didn't break a sweat, normal temps after 15 minutes of stop and go. Could have used 4s if desired.
(Thank god my daughter can't tell a whole story yet and my wife would never go on an RC forum or Daddy would be in T-R-O-U-B-L-E!)
https://youtu.be/8prkuKF2Eow
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Well one thing is for certain, and it's no lie the Puller Pro series lays down the POWER!!

Here's a quick video of me pulling my daughter in a classic Fisher Price car. The SCX10II is utilizing a standard size W/P 2700kV Puller Pro with a 13t pinion and running a 3s battery. The Puller Pro didn't break a sweat, normal temps after 15 minutes of stop and go. Could have used 4s if desired.
(Thank god my daughter can't tell a whole story yet and my wife would never go on an RC forum or Daddy would be in T-R-O-U-B-L-E!)
https://youtu.be/8prkuKF2Eow
LMAO, sounds like me and my 3 year old. Sometimes give him a push with my SCX10-II running the same motor you are, when he is on his trike and is having trouble getting it moving.
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Just ordered the Puller Pro XL 3500kv to go in my Losi Baja Rey. Seeing as how it's more of a Yeti style truck (weight and form factor) it seemed like the XL version was the way to go.

Obviously I'm not going to be crawling with it...so hopefully it and the Mamba X I've got on order as well, will be a better motor/esc combo than the stock system which runs ridiculously hot, even with the lowest possible pinion (10t)...since I do quite a bit of grass and dirt running. Time will tell, but I've got high hopes. I just want everything to run nice and cool in the Southern California summers.
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The XL installed in a Rey will be just right. More motor than stock.
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The XL installed in a Rey will be just right. More motor than stock.
Good to hear. The constant cogging at low rpm was annoying on the Baja Rey as well...so was looking to eradicate most of that too. Motor just arrived and Mamba X is out for delivery. Gonna be a fun weekend.
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Holy crap...even with the stock ESC on the smaller 10t pinion, this XL motor is ridiculous. Lifts the front wheels off the ground at around 3/4 throttle. Unreal power. I couldn't get the stock 13t pinion to mesh right and there just aren't that many tweaks you can make on the Baja Rey to the mesh, but the 10t is PLENTY on 3S.
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Finally got the Baja Rey out in the dirt for a long run. 15t pinion on the dirt, just because it seemed the smoothest. Mamba X, Puller Pro 540xl 3500kv Sensored on 3S...motor never broke 130 degrees and esc was at 105. Perfect in the warm California sun today. Short clip of the launch:

https://youtu.be/anGqK2Q4WZY

Never could pull the throttle all the way...way too fast. The BR just isn't meant for that kind of speed. Really impressive overall. Might scale back to 2S just to see how she runs. Probably all I need.

Here's what it looks like installed if anyone cares. LOL. Plenty of room all around.


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Some more running w the XL in the Baja Rey since I'm talking to myself in here. Haha.

https://youtu.be/Y3uWmbSXaiw
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John, I recently updated the firmware in the BLE in my Wraith (with a 3500kv PP), I noticed dithered mode was smooth, but when I tried 18k, (didn't try the other frequencies) the start up speed was quite high, almost like it was running sensorless. 18k mode also made an odd high frequency noise the first time you attempted the drive the rig, the noise would go away after a short time and occasionally return, the noise was as if I was running a lower frequency. I ended up reverting to the previous firmware. Dithered mode looks pretty promising, I'll probably have to try it again.

The high start up speed I was experiencing with the latest firmware not in dithered mode was unacceptably high, perhaps this is the issue quark was having on the previous page?
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