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    Battery info

    Right Iím now having an issue with my stock 3S Traxxas lipos unable to maintain voltage so intermittently getting LVC.

    Seen SMC come highly rated but as Iím U.K based these arenít an option so what other brands for the stock locations and Iíll be able to source this side of the pond?

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    What's the voltage when they hit lvc?

    What's your ESC lvc setting?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Acidic01 View Post
    What's the voltage when they hit lvc?

    What's your ESC lvc setting?




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    I donít know the voltage as Iím just assuming they are hitting LVC due to the batteries C rating not being able to couple, by looking at the logs the ripple peaks just after full throttle.

    As said as quick as the car cuts out it kicks back to life within a few seconds

    MMX LVC is currently on the default 3.2 (reset MMX to factory in a hope it would cure this glitch)

    Also as soon as I put my mates Gen Aces in it has so much more punch and as said only had one such hiccup through the whole pack run time.

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    Trx esc has lvc at 3.5v

    Does the shutdown happen at wot?

    Or just randomly?

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    Can you get hobbystar's? I've been running 6200mah 3S 50C versions of those for a while and they seem pretty good. I tried HRB 5000mah 3S 50C and they are ok, but not as punchy as the hobby star's.

    I've run both in pairs in all 3 of my larger trucks.
    ERBEv2 - MXL-6S/2200kv (TT MP4 wheels/tires)
    Savage Flux HP - MMX/2200kv (proline trencher 3.8's)
    Arrma Outcast - BLX185/2000kv (proline trencher 3.8's)

    If I'm not mistake, the Talon EVX's are heavier than the trencher 3.8's, which makes them a pretty heavy tire. You could try lowering your punch setting so it's not as demanding on the packs. You won't pull standing backflips, but it may help make it more drivable.
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