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Hobbywing Motor/ESC Combo

Discussion in 'Electronics' started by FuryGuy, Jul 1, 2015.

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  1. FuryGuy

    FuryGuy Well-Known Member

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    Hi All,

    Thought I would drop a FYI for the folks who are running brushed versions and are thinking of upgrading.

    I have had very good results with Hobbywing combo's. I dropped a 3100kv 4 pole and 120 Amp ESC combo in my first 4x4 SCT. All the power you want and actually uncontrollable with a 3S! :D

    You can find these combos with a program card, (which I highly recommend) for around $130 on ebay.

    Take care,
     
  2. Thomas P

    Thomas P ARRMA Hardcore FAN
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    I do recomend them to.
    i got the 4pole 3400 Hobbywing senaored and sensorles in my Granites..3s and they are rockets
     
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    I can't vouch for their surface products, but their heli escs are very highly regarded and the best value currently available.
     
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    What's the difference between sensored and sensorless
     
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