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Old 03-08-2011, 10:46 AM   #1
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Default cogging-glitching?

Ok got a ?. got a used esc/motor combo for a ultima sc it's a sidewinder/5700kv . dont plan on using the motor for racing yet, buuuuttt wanted to make sure it worked and see what the truck woud do. Well sh#%$# its fast. But at light throttle it jerks quite a bit little more throttle and its fine. Then at full throttle and at a slight distance motor seems to go on and off and i am holding full throttle. I am gessing that is glittiching but what the cure? the other is cogging? or normal? My gears are 19/78 and 2.6 trans or wrong gearing. I tried a 16t gear and didn't seem to mesh right. Any way could cogging and glitching be defined and maby some poss. cures thanks
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you might want to call the manufacturer (castle) about that one, you may have gotten a bad unit.
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