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Old 09-29-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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hi,what is the better timing insert to use in boosted and why?
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You dont use more timing on the motor when running boosted unless you want to cook it.

either leave it stock or even retard it slightly
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Stock oooo insert, boost to desired temp from there.
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You dont use more timing on the motor when running boosted unless you want to cook it.

either leave it stock or even retard it slightly
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Stock oooo insert, boost to desired temp from there.
means I need to adjust in the esc to get the desire setting?

sorry for hijacking this thread. I was going to ask the same question. newbee lol!
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Yes, typically in boosted classes you want to leave the motor timing alone and adjust the ESC settings for timing/boost/turbo, whatever your ESC has or calls it. Adding motor timing is too broad of a change and generally builds too much heat.
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Yes, typically in boosted classes you want to leave the motor timing alone and adjust the ESC settings for timing/boost/turbo, whatever your ESC has or calls it. Adding motor timing is too broad of a change and generally builds too much heat.
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so how much boost is safe,does the motor like high rpm or gear up?
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