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Old 06-20-2011, 08:47 PM   #33 (permalink)
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I'm sure Don can explain alot better than I but different motors need different timing. They also need different starting power and current supply. Inrunners are generally very easy for esc's to start. Outrunners are generally harder, and they can have a variety of magnet/stator teeth arrangements that also come into play.

Some esc's allow for this with programming paramiters for start power and pole count as well as other variables. High Kv 1s outrunners are some of the trickiest to start and run at the full rpm reliably.

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