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Hello,

Here is the first evolution of my Typhon: esc Hobbywing quicrun 150A.

It was also a first for me: to solder :oops:

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it works :)



Tomorrow, fixing esc, it is possible to fix with 4 screws,

the template :
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and cleaning car :oops::)
 
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Thank you Thejoker :)

I will, as soon as the ESC is fixed. I am impatient. Typhoon VS T....y ...
 
Thanks !

it's impressive how it's tensile strength.

I watched several videos on youtube before, I did not forget to thank :)

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ESC must be in abutment on the small flange of the bracket, well place the template, drilling the 3 holes in the bracket.

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The Quicrun is one of the best ESC, well done!
But the Dean plugs are bad plugs with too much electric problem because of the limit 40-50A delivery... With Dean plugs, you can have battery and ESC issues, be careful with!

Better to use something stronger 90a-120A like the XT90 XT150 or EC5 plugs.

I use the XT90 and never had esc or battery electric problem with 6S full power delivery.

My Typhon with stronger XT90 plugs.

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hello Arrmada,

I saw your XT90.
I used dean plugs because i still have a small stock. Until then, i had no problem but i note your recommendation, thanks ! :)
it will be for the next evolution ;)
[DOUBLEPOST=1463160515][/DOUBLEPOST]about quicrun, what happiness !
2 hours run without any problems last weekend :cool: the engine is not warmer. I'll finally be able to work on the chassis !
thanks for advice ;)
 
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