Originally Posted by stiltskin
Just purchased and ran the Justock this past weekend. I had the same issue mentioned above. Coming onto the straight, the car would have a long delay before accelerating. Has there been a fix to this issue? Really like the feel of it until the problem came up.
I found out with my Tekin some motors are sensitive to sensor board power. I was running a D3.5 and it would cutout every once in awhile. This week at IIC I found out the sensor voltage being supplied by my Tekin was low, somehow it was damaged and not delivering the normal voltage, it was only 3 volts instead of 6v.
This may not be the issue but it's worth looking at. Here's the pin out.
Pin #1 black wire, ground
Pin #2 orange wire, sensor phase C
Pin #3 white wire, sensor phase B
Pin #4 green wire, sensor phase A
Pin #5 blue wire, motor temperature sensing
Pin #6 red wire, +5.0 V ± 10%
The other issue could be the motor returning a sensor voltage outside the range that the Justock is programmed for. I had this issues with a LRP x12 motor. Hobbywing did release a fix for this issue. Make sure your running 508_no_timing_v3.