Yeah, I have mine set to ‘sensored’. I’ve never heard of anyone setting it to ‘hybrid’! Is that a thing if you’re running a sensored motor?
Its weird… before I changed settings to 9s (due to the bad pack in the 10s obviously) it didnt ‘cut’ the motor. It was more like real voltage sag like I used to get from the old 4.x Vesc when going up hill with the big wheels on. It was still hot but I only checked it after 6 miles (when it started sagging). I’d never noticed any heat before when powering off before.
Now that ive changed to 9s in settings, its fine if rolling gradually on flat but if I jam on power it ‘cuts’ and almost throws you forward… and it gets crazy hot in a short time.
Bad charger? Bad Focbox? Bad settings? Bad BMS? Bad Cells?
There is an argument for all of these. For example, when I plug in my charger to my other 10s2p build, it stays green, rather than red even when there is only 50% charge and it refuses to begin charging straight away. It eventually works.
I do recall a time when I shorted the charger by testing the polarity on its tip with a multimeter. This was when I was building and wiring the 10s2p board (8 months after the 10s4p… that had no issues prior to this event… I think. Issues certainly began in the same week or two of this event). Could a briefly shorted charger (that still works, eventually) cause a bad pack, therefore a bad Focbox, therefore an overheating motor, therefore a sagging/cutting. Jeez. What a head melt!!