i dont have cogging... i have nothing.Not shure I would have to check when I get home, it was like one or two versions back ,I was having the same issues as you all cogging horribly till about 1/4 throttle hope this helps some.
i would like a pic of your setup.i have been running my sv2 for a long time i have no cogging, the only thing i had an issue with was i had the spektrum pro radio couldnt get the truck to do nothing i had to turn my throttle end points all the way to 150 percent after that it has been fine. i run 1 battery through both systems, if you need pics please let me know
If you are getting all three lights flashing when they are Yed together but they work individually the problem is the signal for the throttle channel in your receiver is not strong enough to power both ESCS at the same time. This is not an ESC problem. The usual way to set these up is to plug one into the throttle channel, the other into the aux channel and slave the aux channel off of the throttle channel. This way you have separate signal leads for each ESC. There are receivers that can power both ESCS off of one channel but we do not have a list of which will work and which won?t. Depending on which radio system you have, you might need to change radios if the one you have does not have an aux channel or a receiver that can control two ESCS.
You do not need to disable on BEC by removing the red LED if you are using the onboard BEC, but most users with heavy mutli servo vehicles like the Claude Buster disable both BECS and use a separate, more powerful BEC like the 10 amp CC-BEC to get the maximum performance out of their servos.
I just don't understand how a weak signal could not run both ESC's. Its not like they should be drawing some insane amount of power off the signal wire.. should they?
I wonder what's so special about the new sidewinders compared to the older ones and every other ESC on the market that stops them from working together.