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Old 10-23-2005, 12:28 PM   #1
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Default ESC FREQ Q's

I have just brought an Mtroniks cirrus pro esc with adjustable drive frequency.
I run 12t*2 cobalt and was wondering what freq to set.
What do you'all recommend.
Apparently low freq gives high punch but can burn comm and brushes and visa versa for high punch.
Whats a happy medium or should I just go for punch and not worry about my motors.
I run a yoko BD on high grip asphalt track geared 81/23 ( almost undergeared )

Thanks in advance.
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Old 10-23-2005, 01:19 PM   #2
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As you are runing Mod, Go for the 5.0 KHz drive frequency. Try a low frequency, then try a higher frquency and check your lap times. I run 7X1 & 8X1 mods usually, and I have run both low and high frquencies on my GTX and found that there was no difference in lap times except the motor wear was higher.
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