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moatsim - 3.25.16, 12:17 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote
Hey All.

i am currently doing a XO-1 project. bought a brand new roller. and installing my own electronics and stuff.

i have already bought the blue tooth TQI radio system with TSM.

my question is i want all telemetries. Speed, RPM, Temp. and TSM

what else do I need besides the blue-tooth radio system
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Dcuda69 - 3.28.16, 1:16 pm Post #2: | Reply With Quote
TSM is built into the receiver.Assuming your radio has the bluetooth module installed, you'll need the Traxxas Link app(free) on a compatible device(I use my Samsung S6)The app will carry any necessary firmware updates for the radio/receiver. You'll need the sensors and a RPM magnet holder that goes on the slipper/center diff. Look here for part numbers. Ebay has some listings as well. Good luck!!

https://traxxas.com/explodedviews/XO...assis-Assembly
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moatsim - 3.31.16, 10:43 pm Post #3: | Reply With Quote
yup i already have BT radio system and 5 channel rcv... do i also need Traxxas GPS? and GPS extender? if not what is that for? anywayz
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Dcuda69 - 4.04.16, 1:32 pm Post #4: | Reply With Quote
GPS is more accurate for speed...otherwise speed will be calculated based on RPM,gearing,battery,tires,etc.The telemetry speed is a bit optimistic. I just use the telemetry for speed...it's not worth another $100 to me for GPS speed. Whichever works best for you.
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