My board is riding great, but the torque is too aggressive.
Specs: (x2) 5S Turnigy 5000mAh Lipo batteries (linked in series) Tunrnigy 6374 149kv BLDC motor GT2B receiver/transmitter TB VESC (running in BLDC mode)
The board behaves like it should; the motor gradually spools as I apply more and more throttle. The VESC-Tool is showing me that full throttle is applied when I’ve got the trigger pulled all the way, so my transmitter is properly calibrated. My problem is that when I’m riding at say… 15mph… and I pull on the throttle a bit too suddenly then the board pulls forward aggressively and I struggle to keep balance. At those speeds, I don’t want the board to go shooting from underneath my feet because I accidentally blipped the throttle.
Is there a way that I can limit the torque using the VESC-tool, even if it means lowering my top speed overall?