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Old 05-28-2004, 12:37 AM   #1
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Default How to minimize strong cogging effect produced by 23Turn motors

hi guys, just wanted to get your ideas on this one.

we ran 23Turn motors last night, its been quite some time since i did, but i noticed that the 23Turn motors have a very strong cogging effect, it almost feels like braking. im using one ways in my car, so you can just imagine how terrible it was for me. i was just wondering, how can i minimize this really strong cogging effect caused by 23Turn motors, the 27Turn stockers dont seem to produce this much cogging.

by the way i am using a keyence zero v extreme esc, any suggestions would be really appreciated, tanx
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Old 05-28-2004, 01:24 AM   #2
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On your radio, turn up the throttle trim so that it is barely moving from a start. This will give the motor a little power off throttle so that it keeps it spinning.

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