Reverse Delay is an adjustable setting on Tekin ESCs that allows you to set the amount of time the ESC must see a neutral signal before it will allow you to drive in reverse. The default setting on Tekin ESCs is Forward\Brake with Reverse Delay. This means that when you transition from forward throttle into brakes, the ESC applies the brakes for as long as you hold them. To engage reverse, you must return the trigger to neutral and wait for the Reverse Delay timer to expire. The default Delay time is 3/4 of a second and the setting can be adjusted from 0s to 2s in milliseconds.
Setting the Delay to 0.0s will create a “double pump” reverse function, so you can double pump the trigger brakes and the second time will be reverse even if the car is still moving forward.
Reverse Delay can only be adjusted via a HotWire device on a Windows PC, and some Android and iOS devices.
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