very stable and rigid acceleration, but slightly lower constant tiltback angle along with the decreased turn/roll tiltback makes for some really nice high speed carving.
posi emulation (to take posi emulation off, turn last value in the ‘fault’ section to 500)
strong duty cycle tiltback. max speed is about 22-24 depending on terrain. its a positive for me but would probably be a negative to others. I enjoy the security.
*I also filled in the rest of the normally X’d out values for anyone new that is still unsure about where to set them. I know it was a bit nervewracking for me starting out and actually riding stuff I set.
I’d appreciate any feedback on anything that might not look/feel right. But please try the tuning first.
From what ive been able to test, the kp mahoney value affects the power pressing back up on the nose when your foot goes down. Try p:30 and kp:1.3, then p:21 and kp:1.3. Then try p:30 and kp:2.2 (like most use), then p:21 and kp:2.2 and youll see what i mean.
Yeah brotha, after the imu filter release that fixed the nose hunting, i raised the kp mahoney value up to 1.9. Didnt need it to be that stiff anymore. Evetything else is essentially the same, except i also have the 84v battery.
Also im curious if you have any sort of different riding behavior when riding battery box first (switch).
I had some dipping when i went switch on ATR so i went back to 5.3 stable. Dado said it was most likely a fluke in my tuning so im wondering if u might have experienced the same while riding my tune card…
I ended up ordering a Superflux and one of Mario’s 20s packs. It’s going to be nuts! The difference between my Pint just after swapping over to a VESC was wild enough. So much powah!
I’ll have to try raising the Mahoney KP again and see how it feels. On my Pint, I really like how tight and responsive the board feels. As for the dipping, I believe I know what you mean. I don’t often ride switch but I feel like I’ve noticed it before while reversing or quickly rocking back. I’ve noticed the nose would tend to climb making it feel a tad awkward while reversing. I’ll go for a ride this afternoon and let you know if I notice it.
Update: Woah! It’s weird riding the board that loose after all this time. Definitely built up a lot of board confidence with the tighter Mahoney KP value. I didn’t end up riding switch at all so I’ll have to give that a go in the next few days and see how it goes. Will report back if I notice any oddities.