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Old 07-02-2006, 11:29 PM   #1
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Default reverse delay on moped???

I have been using the Moped esc.
Its seems to be really good - but the delay when going into reverse is aggravating me.
If I start to flip backwards - by the time the reverse engages to bring the front back down its already flipped over.
Does anyone know of a way to stop the delay??
I have tried several things when setting it up, but I cant seem to make it right?
What are some ESC's that dont do this??
I really like the Moped other than the reverse delay, and the price is great.
Im kinda getting used to it, but I think I would rather be able to go from forward to reverse and vice versa faster.
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Old 07-02-2006, 11:30 PM   #2
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Old 07-03-2006, 10:05 AM   #3
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Not sure if this'll work on a Moped or not, but, a buddy of mine with an NN stuffed a Super Rooster in and to avoid the reverse delay, it's in backwards, so to speak... It's wired in reverse and the TX is reversed, too... 0 reverse delay... But a slight delay when goin fwd from revers instantly... Works good for him from what I've seen...

Has anyone else tried this?
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Old 07-03-2006, 05:09 PM   #4
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That does also work with the Moped.
I tried that when messing around with it - Pretty much it makes it have a forward delay instead of a reverse delay.
One thing I didnt like about it was it seemed to launch from a stop in forward, kind of like it does when normally in reverse.
I didnt run it like that long enough to get used to it, but that might be the way to go. I wasnt sure if it would hurt the electronics or not, plus the getting used to forward delay - which may not be as bad as revese delay but still is annoying.
Anyways maybe Ill run it like that and see if I can adjust to it.
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