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Old Dec 14, 2012, 06:54 PM
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The wind caused that!!
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it's normal.

from my experience with brushless truck/car motors what you are seeing is normal.

usually the sensored brushless motors have a little less timing in them. this retarded timing is not a problem IF your running sensored esc and a sensor cable. the sensors help smooth out the start up and usually if set up right there is virtually no cogging.

with a sensorless motor there is a little more timing in the motor. this advanced timing helps startup but it still will have slight cogging compaired to a sensored setup.

the gearing in the truck/car can also either help or hurt cogging. the higher geared the vehicle the more cogging you will usually get. the lower geared the less.
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