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Old 05-06-2010, 10:02 AM   #14476
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Yes, the simple way to see if you're overtimed is to turn the timing down and see what happens.
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dropped to 20 timing, still cogging
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dropped to 20 timing, still cogging
Does your rotor have a lot of play within the motor can? Have you tried using a different sensor wire?
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Old 05-06-2010, 10:15 AM   #14479
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I havent tried another sensor, but running on v200 firmware on higher timing settings. I have no such troubles.
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Try turning it all the way down and if that doesn't work try a new sensor lead

you could also try clean the sensor sockets with some electrical spray
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Old 05-06-2010, 10:20 AM   #14481
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Well i thought the same, but after these issues popped up. I downgraded to v200 firmware and ran a full race meeting with no cogging issues at all.
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0 timing, still cogs.. Will give sensor lead a try, but dont understand how the issue doesnt occur when i pop it back to v200
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If you can try another motor


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0 timing, still cogs.. Will give sensor lead a try, but dont understand how the issue doesnt occur when i pop it back to v200
Try turning the motor endbell to 1 notch from the "+". So from the "+", turn the endbell counterclockwise by 1 notch. Use 40 timing boost and 10 turbo for starters. Gear accordingly to your track. At our track, 7.3 FDR works for the ballistic 13.5.

This is what fixed our one of our local racers cogging issues.

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K no turbo correct when running B44 115 foot straight high bite? Any other recommendations?
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read krio's setup as well
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When will Ver 208 software be out for general use? or did I miss it some place?
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dropped to 20 timing, still cogging
Sounds like the boost is starting too soon for that motor.
You might try a much higher start rpm, with keeping the same rpm gap.
i.e start, 10,K, end 25K
If that sorts out the cogging then you can bring the rpm range down until it just starts cogging again to find the correct range.

Endbell timing
Start rpm
Rpm range
Turbo
and boost
will all have an effect on cogging
too much too soon essentially.

The nice thing about the Hotwire software is that it can be perfectly dialed in for any motor
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Hi guys, do anyone on here have a really good setup for 1cell lipo?
I`m dumping my 5000mh right now at about the 4 minute mark and don`t know what to do. BTW i`m running W-GT pro 10.5.

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