Right, of ALL people here, I'm the jackass for simply asking if you've even read the manual yet. Do some searches for my posts before you call me out as being unhelpful.
Anyways, if you HAD read the manual you'd probably be able to figure this out for yourself. If you have read it and its still unclear, that's different but you didn't state that now did you?
Funny how these forums work, someone asks a very simple question and they either get an obvious answer, or none at all. Either way everyone ELSE is the jackass. If you're willing to take the time to read and figure things out for yourself (like everyone else) then people will be a LOT more willing to help you out if/when you run into a genuine problem.
Sorry if I came across as a jerk, but it was an obvious response.
Here's your answer:
there are no "right or wrong" settings. Read the manual and it will explain. If you still don't want to do that, try using the search button to find out what others have used and why because everyone wnats something different.
How was the ESC's timing broken, was it not programmed correctly or is it actually a faulty controller?