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Old 11-02-2010, 08:27 PM   #1
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I have an xcelorin 6400 that studders when I hit the throttle. All of the programing I've done does not help. Any ideas here?
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Loose sensor cable? Gearing way too big?
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Last time i had a xcelaron and it did that it was damaged strait out the box and i sent it back to losi. but first try playing with your neutral zone, make sure is not applying brake while you trying to move forward..
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Well there's your problem... it's a Losi product.
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I have an xcelorin 6400 that studders when I hit the throttle. All of the programing I've done does not help. Any ideas here?
Does it smell fried ?
Was it over its working temp limits ?
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Does it smell fried ?
Was it over its working temp limits ?
Hey cillieaccord504 where do you race at if you do?
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maybe your sensor cable is broken
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It's a sensorless ESC. That studdering is cogging. That is normal if you are using underpowered batteries. Also reprogram the ESc and lower the timing and punch and use a lower gearing.
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