Motor timing setting?

very low, low, normal, etc…

What does this mean?

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I changed from normal to very high and it increased my speed by 4km/h.

This explains it more in depth: http://www.rccaraction.com/blog/2013/07/05/how-to-get-the-most-out-of-your-brushless-motor/

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short story:
high timing is best for running your motor at its peak RPM most often
low timing is for running low RPM most often.

you need to make a judgment on how you use your motor and set it accordingly.

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It says it’s a relationship between motor sensors and motor phases ?,…does this apply to our Sensorless Motors ??

So have any of you guys measured heat (temperature) after a ride?
Would that be an accurate indicator for this application?
Do you apply the 160 degree rule here?

My motor never gets hot on very high timing. Warm to the touch.