We did something a little different in the profiles in the 4 cell GTB... it always seemed like everyone wanted the ESC to be as smooth as possible on the bottom end... so most of the profiles come pre-set to 1% minimum drive which will be very smooth.
The profiles differ in the amount of drag brake...which seems to be the other major adjustment that people liked to make.
Profile 1 has the least amount of drag brake and as you go up in profiles the drag brake becomes stronger.
Now, just because the profiles come pre-set like this does not mean you cannot change them! Every function in every profile is adjustable!
So for instance... if you are running the default profile (#1) and you like the way the drag brake feels but you want a little more bottom end response, simply turn the minimum drive setting up.
This is done very easily:
While the ESC is on press and hold the one-touch-setup button until just the amber LED comes on by itself (note, there will be a few other LED combinations before the yellow LED comes on by itself),
release the button, it should flash one time to indicate that the value is "1"... if you tap the setup button and wait, you should see 2 flashes, indicating that the setting is now "2"...
the higher the number, the greater the minimum drive value becomes and the more responsive it is off of neutral.
Once you have found the value you want, press and hole the setup button until the LEDs scroll back and forth indicating that the ESC is saving your programming changes.
Originally Posted by march to my own
On the 4 cell GTB what is the least aggressive to most aggressive brushless throtle profiles?
Sorry I am new to this brushless thing...