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    Reuleaux Set Up

    I want to set up my DNA 200 tonight, I haven't touched it yet I haven't had time and I just wanted to find out what "soft cutoff" people had their Reuleaux set to.

    I've been reading up on it but it's hard to find a definitive answer as I mostly find people bickering over it. I'm thinking 3.2 maybe or did you guy's just leave it at the default 3.09 I think it is. Also have you guy's run battery analyzer as well, I don't have a resistor but I was thinking of using a lead or coil, if so what ohm's did you use to run it?

    If you have got any other set up tips that would be much appreciated also.

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    Download the Reuleaux DNA200 setting file with latest Evolv firmware here. Download

    I've got mine at 3.09. I haven't run the analyzer yet.

    If you're after custom screens, try DNA 200 Early Adopters or I've been using this link to a google drive. They have some good ones in there.
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    Where da jerk you get yours from?


    I now have pretty much everything I could want, next step is making my own mods and juices, watch this space er cadet....

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    Mine came with the wismec settings preloaded and I left it. All I changed was the wh for the batteries.

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    I downloaded the battery .csv for the brown LG HG2 batteries because they are what I use and left the rest of the readings.

    The ones from Realeaux are supposedly VTC 4 batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian R View Post
    I downloaded the battery .csv for the brown LG HG2 batteries because they are what I use and left the rest of the readings.

    The ones from Realeaux are supposedly VTC 4 batteries.
    Where did you get the HG2 .csv from?

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    I got it from the evolve site.

    I have it saved somewhere on my PC if you need it.

    I would just have to work out how to share it.

    But you could probably just go there and get it.

    Let me know, ok.
    Last edited by Christian R; 28-11-15 at 02:49 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian R View Post
    I got it from the evolve site.

    I have it saved somewhere on my PC if you need it.

    I would just have to work out how to share it.

    But you could probably just go there and get it.

    Let me know, ok.
    Found it in the evolv forum. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

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    No worries mate.

    Just ask because my life is really sad in some ways but helpful at times.

    I spend many hours on this shit.
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    The Reuleaux is quite a device. Very different from most things available.

    I have some DNA 200's but this thing is somehow different.

    I like it a lot.

    It just feels good and the battery just lasts, I think this is the one. I really do.

    I own about 70 mods but somehow this one is special.
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