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Old 12-01-2014, 06:11 AM   #1
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Default Actual Timing Readings from R1,Tekin, Orca, D3.5, MMM, G-Force

I thought I would help some of you out by giving you the actual timing readings of various motors. In the video I used a G-Force Motor Analyzer to test the actual timing readings of each motor.

Please remember my motors will have slightly different timing setting to yours. So, please keep this in mind when you're tuning your motor. The videos are just to give you an insight of the actual timing settings.

I used a 7.4 lipo battery and I went up by 10* on the can for most of the motors. In some instances I used vernier calipers to measure the timing settings e.g. Orca and MMM motors.

Tekin Gen 2 21.5

R1 Wurks 21.5

Trinity D3.5 21.5

Orca TX 21.5

G-Force 13.5

MMM 21.5R

I hope these videos give you an insight of what the motors actual timing is.

Also, anyone who would like to contribute, please feel free to post your motor findings of different motors. I'll have timing data of a Team Powers Plutonium 21.5 in a week or so.

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