Originally Posted by C_Suzuki
voltage cut off is meant for lipos so for nimh i wouldnt use a cutoff, and the cutoff down the straight could be your radio glitching
thanks for your help
i found their newest web said
1) Gearing is the best tool to tame (or get more) speed. Go down to the smallest pinion, and largest spur gear you can fit to your vehicle, and then slowly gear back up to wherever youíd like to be as you get used to the feel.
2) Timing advance makes a small difference in power, but itís noticeable, so drop it down to the lowest setting
3) Manipulating the cutoff voltage can make a BIG difference, especially in punch and torque. If youíre running a 6 or 7 cell NiMH or NiCad pack, try using the custom 4v cutoff
setting instead of no cutoff. This will greatly limit acceleration and speed. If you are using LiPo packs, try a custom cutoff voltage setting about a volt or two under the packs fully charged voltage. For 2 cell Lipo packs, a 7v cutoff voltage works well, and try a 10v or 11v cutoff setting for 3 cell Lipo packs.
Note: When you use an elevated cutoff voltage, the runtimes will be shorter because you arenít using the whole capacity of the pack.