So, I've made an electric zero turn mower with 2 VESC's powering the drive motors. The issue I'm having is due to controlling the sticks with your arms, the massive amount of torque I need in this situation, and the VESC being SO responsive, you can get into a death wobble situation. For instance, if you go in reverse, your body gets pushed forward, as do your arms controlling the sticks, then you pull back as your body moves back and then it bounces you back into the seat and repeats th cycle. I have the forward / reverse throttle curve at -10 / -20 exponential and the ramp time set to 1s / 1.5s which has helped a little. The issue happens at partial throttle, not just around the zero point. I can't find anything that might smooth out the input in this situation. Any more ramp time and it gets very mushy to control. Thoughts? Thanks.