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Old 01-28-2009, 05:36 PM   #1
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Hi all,
Just a quick question, Will adjusting (increasing) the minimum drive profile on my GTB give my motor more punch? If not, what will?

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Yes, increasing the Minimum Drive will give you more punch. Additionally, gearing and motor timing will also effect how well that power is delivered.
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If you have a high end radio, you can also use the throttle Expo to adjust the feel, i usually use this instead of fiddling with ESC settings.. Especially in 9.5 and other stock classes i usually run positive 20-40% expo to take away some of the "ketchup effect"..
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