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  • BigT
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    1/24. Cars with rms motors with magnets at 18 volts hang on to your hair piece’s

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  • BigT
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    Saturday night races 1/32 cars

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  • Rokon
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    Originally posted by carlosinseattle View Post
    I'm curious about these too. Hope Tim answers your questions. You mentioned "hot motor wind" are you using aftermarket motors in your D124 cars?
    Haven't tried much for motors for Carrera 124's. Just the “Tuner” motor and I think a “Sidewinder”. I think both were intended for 124’s running on 132 power supplies. Both were too much on stock 124 voltage I thought. The biggest improvement in stock 124's I found was bumping up the input voltage to give 18vdc on the track. For me that was an output of 19.2V on the variable supply. Really woke up the cars and they still are very smooth.


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  • BigT
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  • BigT
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    ​ Here’s what I have for instructions, my controller only has the one pot in front. I used the instructions to adjust where my trigger reacts to input. I still think the launch control is designed to preset a take off as soon as the start light finishes. I’ll find it sooner or later. Trying to contact some people I know in Germany to see if anyone has any help for me ????

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  • carlosinseattle
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    I'm curious about these too. Hope Tim answers your questions. You mentioned "hot motor wind" are you using aftermarket motors in your D124 cars?

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  • Rokon
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    Tim,
    best I have figured is “Launch Control” has nothing to do with your car starting the race when the countdown finishes. It has to do with how hard your car accelerates from a standstill when you mash the throttle fully. Early controllers have but one adjustable pot for throttle curve. Launch rate is fixed and only an off or on situation. Current models have two adjustable pots. The second one appears to adjust this launch rate if it has been toggled on. There is not a whole lot of noticeable difference within the range but it is more noticeable depending on the car. If the car hooks up under full power accel, not so much. If it is slippery from a hot motor wind or dirty tires you do see more of an affect.
    I have never come across an “official” explanation in either the use of ‘Launch Control” or the specifics of the 2nd pot.
    Even earlier controllers had no adjustable pots at all.
    So does your Frankenslot wireless controller have one, two, or no pots?

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  • BigT
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    Rokon I do have this controller, and after months have finally found some instructions in English still pretty vague directions as far as launch control use. It's my understanding that when in launch mode ( 2 flashing lights) When your track goes into run mode the car takes off like a ghost car would, what isn't explained is how to set the speed at which the car takes off? Let me know if you've had any luck with a solution.

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  • Rokon
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    Did six races today with my buddy. A pair of 124 carrera Porsche 917’s. No middle mags. Cars are very paired performance wise and set up, Gt 40 for a ghost. I handily won every race and it usually goes either way. Have to credit the Frankenslot controller. Much easier controlling drift and overall precise throttle. Mid speed thru slower track areas it really shines. Lots of lane changing passing the ghost and the new flush pass button is awesome..
    Controller goes to sleep after 5 minutes of none use. Press the lane pass to wake it.
    I like it!

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  • Rokon
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    Followup on my new controller. I made adjustment knobs from gray PVC that have short pieces of an allen wrench pressed into them. The knob shanks are sized to fit the openings of the shell. Prevents them from falling out and gives a bit of drag to hold position well.
    Spent about 4 hrs driving several 124 Carreras. Really like the feel of this controller. My buddy has an earlier version and was by today for a side by side comparison. His has no pots and the trigger is mechanically attached to a linear pot. Has the raised lane change button. Was purchased spring of 2019.
    i had used his for a bit when first bought and didn't like the ergonomics of the button. Really awkward.
    My new Frankenslot is a vast improvement. They got the flush button right. The trigger is silky smooth, no friction except for the spring tension. Some sort of sensor is used in the hub of the trigger pivot from what I can see.
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    The knobs work well and the tweaks are noticeable. The larger rear knob alters the throttle curve. Very different response at the extremes, 3/4 turn. Centered is linear. In setup you can select an S curve that can then be tweaked with the knob.
    The smaller, forward knob alters the accel rate. It is not real noticeable with full mags in the cars. Is quite noticeable in affect as clean tires get dirty and the car is squirrelly. You can tame it reducing the rate. Some of my 124 the center magnets are removed with the rears retained. The rate adjustment is noticeable with these. I accept that this is “launch control” and I still can't beat the ghost cars off the start line…..
    If your thinking about one of these controllers for Digital, wireless Carrera, Frankenslot has gotten it right with this issuance. It's just a dang shame that documentation sucks and they are not including the adjustment knobs they sell with the controller purchase.
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  • BSWAN72
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    I would be careful adjusting the pot(s) since it could be something that is only used for calibration at the factory and not something that is meant to be adjusted by the consumer. I can't say for sure but it looks that way if it doesn't come with a knob and isn't talked about in the user manual.

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  • Rokon
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    this one has a single pot.

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    This shows the adjustment knob you don't get…
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    This one has no pots although the spots for them are on the board.
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  • MrFlippant
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    Wow. I assumed there would be knobs for anything that is an adjustment expected to be used more than once.

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  • Rokon
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    Just a bit of background on my controller. Got it from carreraslots. Listed as a PMT88796 Frankenslot wireless, software v1.05, speedflow V2.1. On the slotcarfactory site they don't show this particular controller. They show a 88808 FS Speedflow Wireless Eco Wave V3.17. Cannot tell from the photos if it has two pots like mine does. None of the german videos show two pots either. My controller actually has a sticker on the board that says Speedflow Wireless software ECO v4.14.
    Here is a shot of mine opened up. The pot closest to the grip is to adjust throttle curve. The pot towards the front is a mystery. You can also see the new lower set, flush, lane change button. I have seen early versions with no pots, or one pot (rear one).
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    in the german videos they show these controllers with a plastic knob, white or black, that can be inserted into the controller to make pot adjustments. The listing shown is from slotcarfactory showing this knob. Why in earth these are not included is beyond me. I'm going to see if I can make something rather than trying to order from germany.

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  • Rokon
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    Sure wish I could find a video like that for Frankenslot…. Been watching German utubes and getting some clues. Pretty certain now on which pot is for the throttle curve tweak. There also seem to be more variations of this controller than shown on US retail sites.
    SCP has all the bells and whistles for sure!

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