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Old 03-25-2008, 08:10 AM   #1
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Default throttle curve??!!??

hi guys
I'm just wondering if you can use throttle curve or not....
if you can could you please tell us the effects of throttle curve and ideal set value...for electric touring car on high grip carpet
thanx in advanced
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I would just set up the throtle curve linearly for carpet tcs. Throtle curve is a bigger issue for cars that have traction issues. In off road you normally want a mild bottom, lots of mid throtle & in pan you want a mild bottom & wild top end.
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A lot of racers use a negative throttle curve to help smooth out the sinter rotor`s in brushless motors...
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