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Old 03-10-2010, 04:54 PM   #11
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Well this problem is back with a vengance, i have tried everything including calling castle, they want me to send it back i have checked all connections, settings, firmware updated, and even back dated, heck i even tried talking dirty to it and that didnt work either.....
Is there anyone in the barrie area with the MMM 2200 combo that would be willing to help me trouble shoot this thing, swap motors maybe and see if that works...... at least then i would know....

Anyone willing to help me out?

Just a question... maybe it was covered earlier.. I'll admit I just skimmed the thread...

What is the capacity and the C rating of the batteries you are using?

What do you have the timing and punch set at in the ESC?
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Old 03-10-2010, 05:19 PM   #12
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2S 5000 mah lipo 20C constant,, 30C burst
the timing is turned down for a less current draw, and the punch is also toned right down...
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Old 03-11-2010, 04:13 AM   #13
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re mamba monster problems

is your motor wires soldered to the esc wires or are you connecting them with the castle bullet connectors?

the reason im asking this is because i had a similar problem with a mamba system in my t4 truck.

the motor was cogging when i tried to accelerate , i called castle tech support and they told me to remove the castle bullet connectors and solder the motor wires directly to the esc wires. i followed their advice and the problem was resolved.
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