My previous answer to you overlooked the most obvious: none
of the engines you mentioned have any motor control algorithm
running in DCC operation. All version 5 and version 6 firmware
have only Standard Throttle with DCC.
So having "access to the motor control
parameters in order to customize the decoder to a given drive train
and its individual manufacturing tolerances"
isn't going to help you, unless you are operating with
Regulated Throttle in Analog DC.
I assume you are operating in DCC.
For the time being you are stuck with only the standard NMRA CV's
to configure your engine's motor behavior.
I have thought a lot about the problem you describe
The BLI switchers are starting smoothly solo and do a jack rabbitIf I were trying to correct this problem, I would first try
increasing the value of CV#2 VStart.
With a loaded engine, set the throttle to speed step 1 and
then increase the value of CV#2 by 1 until the engine moves.
Does the loaded engine still do a "jack rabbit" when it does move?
Increase and decrease the value of CV#2 by 1 around the value that
makes the loaded engine move at speed step 1 until you get consistent
Let us know the results.
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