Originally Posted by Serpenteer
If a motor like D3/D3.5 comes with 30 deg built in motor timing, wouldn't it be logical to dial it to -20 or less in the endbell and add the timing in the ESC??
Is there something wrong with this reasoning??
D 3.5 13.5 motor.
Personally, I turn my castle speedo to MAX 50 degrees of timing.
Never mess with the speedo timing.
Run -8 degrees of can timing and gear it to the track.
Temp motor and slowly add timing if under 160F
Found starting -8 to -5 degrees was more efficient as lap times did'nt fall off at the end of the race.