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    Having control of p4de in the air

    My p4de has Trenchers, MMP/2400, 19/54, mipsx4 and all the other goodies. My MMP esc has all default settings. When I jump it then try to control it in mid air it over corrects when I give it throttle or brakes. My question is what settings when connected to castle link would best help slow down all this power. I would like to be able to correct a nose up or down while in the air without it over correcting. If you understand my question then could you please guide me in correcting this issue. Thanks

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    Maybe turn the punch down so it does not go to nose up and tone down the brakes for nose down or is your slipper super tight.and try and be a bit lighter with the throttle and brake. Hope that helps dude......peace
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    Thanks Spenniepoos. I gave it 40% punch and 10% drag brake. I also adjusted the bec to 6 volts. Is there a on board bec in the MMP esc. My savox sure seems faster. I also installed a kings head mount. Man that bearing is huge compared to the traxxas alloy mount bearing. Can't wait to bash this p4de tomorrow.

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    you know that 40% punch is in fact 40% of reduction of punch?
    Try 10% first, I tried it and see a huge difference in acceleration, almost no wheelie...

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    with mine its 1-9 punch and 9 is mega mental so i run 6 and its all good in the hood...peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by emmanhello View Post
    you know that 40% punch is in fact 40% of reduction of punch?
    Try 10% first, I tried it and see a huge difference in acceleration, almost no wheelie...
    Yes thanks. I do understand the punch settings. I had great results jumping at 40%. I believe it still could have pulled off two consecutive back flips. Had a afternoon of high flying adventure. I might adjust to 50%. Thanks for the help fellers.

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    Sometimes you have got to experiment with the setting just to find the sweet spot or driving style that suits you man.have fun and take it easy bro.....peace
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