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Old 10-06-2017
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Default Tekin rsx low speed brakes

Hi all hoping someone can help
Just got a second hand tekin rsx, just took it out for a test run and I don't have any low speed brakes
It brakes at speed but once it gets to a lower speed it just coasts
I cannot see anything in the settings
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Old 10-06-2017
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Have you had a look with a Hotwire? It could be the neutral width.
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Old 11-06-2017
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Check the setting with the hotwire interface.
You can also make sure that it is running the most up to-date software.
All the software is a download from the Tekin website.

If you drop the brakes frequency, smaller number, it will make the brakes stronger at lower speeds.

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Old 13-06-2017
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I have already loaded latest software
I found buy resetting the esc and loading the software again I got the brakes back
I need to change the setting one bit at a time to try and find out what's happening I think

The default for neutral width is 25 is this normal?
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