General question if anyone could help..
Ive changed a stator from 17.5 to 21.5...
When reading the Novak "ballistic motor timing information update page..
"Novak’s Ballistic motors come with pre‐calibrated timing that is set from the factory. Using custom‐built and calibrated electronic equipment, each motor is set to 30 degrees of timing. This timing is 100 percent electrical and not based on an arbitrary reference pre‐built into the motor. After calibration, the timing label is added, which corresponds to the set timing N on the side of the motor."
So am I to assume that when changing a stator, the timing mark changes as well?
Why I ask is that my motor was slow, no power, no punch..Read that u can over time a Ballistic,,so i put a 3.7 volt pack in...undone the timing screws and reved the motor while turning the timing bel..Strange Because when i went + timing it slowed heaps down..When went - timing reved right up..Held at full revs and redone screws..Put back on track..and off we go, a LOT better
Ended up at -45deg and say 2.5 marks again so say -60deg???????
I did this to another persons Ballistic 17.5 to 21.5...his timing ended about the same????
My question is..how do you find the "correct" 30 deg timming when changing stators?
Am i right to assume i found the "correct" timing mark or am I wrong...Just thinking to the pre-brushless days....
Its in VTA blinky mode...so no dumping issues