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I've been racing here at Aspire Racetrack in Doha,Qatar for about a year. We've started using a 17.5T motor in Blinky mode as a club race rule. This was our first season race composing of 6 consecutive races which we conducted once in each month. All participants are running on Blinky Mode where there are No Boost and Timing settings on the ESC but Timing in the Motor are allowed. And since the Group wants to level up and move to a more faster, We decided to end the season to 17.5T Open Boosted race. This is a race with no limit at all, you can use all the boost, timing, turbo, and all that are available for you to max out and burn possible your motor.
On the other hand, what are those things that I have mentioned. It seems for me is new words that need to define and need to know more on how it affects the performance of the car. I read a lot of this words being tackle and shared among R/C groups and none of them explain better since each word could be similar or different depending on how the Racer use it. So I have to stumble upon this information during my research and I would love to share it with you. This information are not mine thus I'm not responsible for your motor nor your ESC getting burn. I believe this information regarding the ESC capability especially a Hobbywing ESC will make a difference with regards to tuning and selecting the best compromise setting you want to achieve. As we always say that each race driver has his own skills and different configurations whisuitits his driving style. So without further a do. Here's the list of important settings you might want to consider on setting your ESC to the OPEN/Boosted Category. Good luck!