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07-22-2006 05:07 AM  14 years ago
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UltraSeven

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pinion for this setup?
I have a TREX se, 430L, Align 35 A and TP 3s 2100, what is the best pinion ? this is a new kit doesn it comes with the reduction gear for the tail ?
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07-22-2006 05:24 AM  14 years ago
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Depends on what your going to do with it. For nice hovering and ff I would go with an 11t, for 3d 13t. The reduction tail gear is blue, and should be used if you put on a 13t.Timing is everything
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07-22-2006 05:30 AM  14 years ago
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I know two folks with the same setup, and one with the same except for a CC ESC. None of them use ESC governor settings. All of them spin their motors up to near max for efficiency and cool running. All use an 11t pinion. All have very happy boids that 3D quite well, with relatively cool running components. The batteries like all this very much. Do some searching or more asking if you need info on Align's ESC and programming parameters.
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07-22-2006 05:34 AM  14 years ago
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the 11T pinion is good at 100% thr in idle up
keep the headspeed above 2600 rpm for better handling and keeps things cooler
!boo!
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07-22-2006 05:37 AM  14 years ago
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why is it that when i threw my 11tooth on tonight i it would hover and then cut out....
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07-22-2006 09:07 AM  14 years ago
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The possible answers to that question are almost beyond reason without having one's own grubby little hands on your boid. The first and most logical possibility would be that you managed to set the mesh way too tight, but we all know that there is no way that could have happened. Next, whether you removed the motor or not, the motor was still moved. A poor or stressed point in the wiring could now be going intermittant on you. Everything you think you know about your battery condition may not be true. Because you have the fingers of a piano virtuoso, there is no way under the sun that anything was bumped, tweaked, nudged, or otherwise fat-fingered into noncompliance.

Shtuff happens. Take your time and start working systematically back from the motor. You'll find the problem, probably in short order.
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