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Originally Posted by Bry195 View Post

not looking to flame you but is this true? If you apply brakes at 100% the transistor on versus off time is the same whether its high frequency or low frequency. Low frequency means the transistor is on much longer and off much longer. High frequency means the same just more on and off in a given period of time. The efficiency of a transistor goes down as the frequency gets higher resulting in more heat in the transistor. So if your trying to dissipate regenerated power from a motor in deceleration an inefficient transistor may be better at stopping the motor.

like I said I dont want to argue im just curious where that comes from and im open to being wrong.
Straight from the manual I guess:
"3F. Brake Frequency
The brake force will be larger if the frequency is low; you will get a smoother brake force when the value is higher"


@OP: Have you checked this setting (quoting the manual again)?

"3G. Brake Control
Option 1: Linear Hobbywing has recommended using this mode under all circumstances. The braking effect is a bit weaker in this mode than in Traditional brake mode, but it’s easy to control and brings great control feel.
Option 2: Traditional This brake mode is the same as to the XERUN series of ESCs, the brake force is stronger.
Option 3: Hybrid The ESC switches the brake mode between Linear and Traditional as per the vehicle speed to prevent the slide (between tires and track) from affecting the braking effect.
Note 6: Please select the right mode for your vehicle as per the track condition, motor performance, and etc"

Don't know how much effect this setting has, but maybe worth a try?
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