3S Setup (3900-5000 RPM) - User Option (Fixed Endpoints Mode)

CastleLink setup menu modified for Fixed-Endpoints Mode (3S).
Perhaps you want to turn off the governor and try your own custom or 'V' throttle curves.  If that's the case then you can tell the Talon 15A to operate in Fixed-Endpoints mode.  In this mode the Talon 15A doesn't use any of the battery, gearing, motor KV, etc. information.  Instead it operates in a linear mode where (for example) a 50% throttle curve results in 50% output power.  Most head speed calculators can be used to estimate what the output will be for a given throttle value.  Assuming 90% overall efficiency you would end up with something like this:

3S throttle curve values and resulting RPM (Fixed-Endpoints Mode Only).
So for higher 3D RPM you might set your pitch curve to 0-25-50-75-100, and your throttle curve to 95-90-85-90-95.  This would give you approximately 5014 RPM on average, initially*

3S Higher 3D RPM
For lower sport RPM you might set your pitch curve to 0-25-50-75-100, and your throttle curve to 75-70-65-70-75.  This would give you approximately 3900 RPM on average, initially*

3S Lower Sport RPM
Or, you might want a more scale-like setup, where you won't be flying inverted and would like more stick movement (higher resolution) to control your positive pitch.  This would give you approximately 4000 RPM on average, initially*

3S Scale-Like Setup (No Inverted !!!)
It's a good idea to keep the output power (throttle value) between 70% and 95% as recommended by Castle Creations for their governor modes to avoid overheating the Talon 15A. 

* Keep in mind in this mode the RPM will decrease over the duration of your flight as the battery voltage drops.  From start to finish typically the head speed will decrease by a few hundred RPM.