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Old 10-20-2010, 08:14 AM
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a few years ago, the ESC's advertised a 'mininum resistance'. i suspect that all of today's ESC resistance is 0.000xx or less. there could be slight variations in the fixed timing between one ESC and another, but back to back ESC comparisons with a fixed motor setting is not too relevant.

if the motor timing is not controlled, then any variation in 'fixed' timing in the ESC is compensated for by adjusting the motor endbell timing. to me this suggests that the motor endbell timing, rollout and battery voltage are the key tuning variables.

so shouldn't this spec performance focus should be on which motor, its timing setting and which battery has the best voltage under load?
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