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    Tenshock sc401 and Hobbywing sc8 cogging

    What are you guys using for the timing in the programable parameters to minimize the cogging? Seems pretty bad at low speeds, luckily I am at high speeds most of the time. It is annoying though at low speeds anything else I can do to reduce the cogging? I doubt its the battery I have. 3s 5400mah 50c. Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    What's cogging. I have that same setup?

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    stuttering at low speeds

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    I think i have that same problem but i really go that slow.. Lol

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    Put the timing on the lowest setting and maybe turn the punch down a bit and that should sort it out dude.....peace
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    I have cogging as well with the same setup. Most people on here run the v1 motors and I got the v2 motor maybe thats the difference? i dunno
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    I had the same setup before i replaced my sc8 with a mmp. Had cogging issues with the sc8 and even more with the mmp.

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. spenniepoos's Avatar
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    It does not matter what motor it is you have v1 or v2 you just have to find the sweet spot with the settings and gearing and batteries........peace
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    what gear are you running? Cogging can also happen when geared high because its harder for the motor to get going

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    Did you have to solder on the bullet connectors for the motor wires? Check to make sure you did not get a cold solder joint. Also check the battery connector solder joints
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    +1 nice one rag i always forget about the soldering and its important part of it all running right.......peace
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