Notger : almost everything seems stored in the controller : no way
Allex, what I understand here (https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 0#p1313396
) about ind and pwr is quite different from what i read from Doctorbass above : would you please give more details about how and why you tune these settings ?
Doctorbass : do you have new thoughts about the ind/pwr/ovs stuff ?
My plan is to use my 2xMXUS 3t with 2 x 10kw max e AND understand what I do at the same time, which I have to admit, is not 100% the case right now, though it goes already way too fast.
To sum up my doubts, here's a more precise question :
Doctorbass explains in details why ind timing is a fix value. Others show that increasing it makes the machine go faster. I currently run with ind 469 and pwr 1.59 but it's a blind test. Are these values linked or independant ?
edit (as you've noticed I edit a lot) : here's what I see with my mxus 3T
First the angle corr is at -9° with autodetect and goes to -12° after the manual tuning based on noise (same as my former v2 4T)
Then Ind timing seems to be a fix value if you consider the noise again when manual tuning. For my winding it's around 590us (was 462 previously with a v2 4T). Important : increasing the Ind timing will increase the no load speed, but apparently it's not an improvement if I believe Doctobass' guides : so I'll prefer OVS to increase speed
pwr seems to set the amount of acceleration at mid and high speed : the higher, the more torque (and heat). I suspect you need to increase PWR and OVS alltogether, otherwise the power is not available at high speed in real conditions. What I don't understand is when Doctorbass says that I should be around 0.1 / 0.3 with my fast winding. Around 1 gives a very bigger acceleration and heat is almost reasonable (working on it right now). Probably possible only because my 2wd config avoids a lot of heat.
OVS : cheats with max speed, warms too much after 4 with a 3T, 6/7 was ok with my 4T
Am I on the good path ?