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Old Yesterday, 08:42 AM
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Yes, swap out the hall sensor for sure (known problem) on the older HV RCExl's, and flipping speed caused different spark results. Then fully clean and rebuild the carb with a carb kit or oil it. Also change and gap your plugs while you're at it incase they're fouled from break-in. You'll be flying in no time.

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Thanks for all the responses.

I REALLY appreciate the input.

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I had the same problem. After going through 4 RCexl hall sensors (they all did the same thing), I contaced Milton at rcextremepower. net. He told me about the flaw in their sensors. Having used his RCexl ignitions on a 3W I have he told me to use his sensor on it. 30 minutes later it was running. He told me that when he discovered their flawed sensor he never included them with the ignitions he sells. Only RCAME brand. Thats the one you want to use.
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Can the Hall effect sensor be changed for another brand? This is is a Honeywell sensor for $.82 each. They have them in other voltages as well.
http://www.alliedelec.com/honeywell-...FcNahgodcPYCOA
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