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  • #1 by Sarah Lee on 09 Sep 2017

  • Quick review of Tattu BLHeli_S 30 AMP ESC by genstattu staff. Top 3 ESCs don';t you think?
    USA: http://www.genstattu.com/ta-esc-30a-4pcs.html
    EU: http://www.gensace.de/tattu-30a-blheli-s-esc-4pcs.html
  • #2 by Cheredanine on 09 Sep 2017
  • Given how smooth blheli32 is at 48khz/dshot1200, no, I doubt it is in the top 10
  • #3 by Sarah Lee on 12 Sep 2017
  • Given how smooth blheli32 is at 48khz/dshot1200, no, I doubt it is in the top 10
    Have you tried it?
  • #4 by DarrellW on 12 Sep 2017
  • Have you tried it?
    Listen to the guy, there isn';t much that he hasn';t tried, except when they are currently obsolete!!!
  • #5 by Cheredanine on 12 Sep 2017
  • Lol nope as above, I moved to blheli32, I have quads with:
    Kiss 24a
    Sunrise cicada 30a
    Sunrise cicada 4in1 35a
    Racerstar v2 30amp
    Aikon semf
    Tbs bulletproof v2
    Spedix es20a
    Spedix es25a
    Spedix es30a
    Hglrc xgl f428
    Raceflight spark
    Littlebee summer 25amp
    Gemfan maverick
    Firefly 30a

    All but three of the above run blheli_s
    I can not tell the difference between any in flight, and having discussed it with Ryan Howell who runs minimquad test bench, nor can he.

    I also have quads with:
    Airbot wraith32 35 amp
    Sunrise Siskin 33amp
    Littlebee summer 30amp

    All of which run blheli32 and are doing so using dshot1200 at 48khz and I would say though the difference is small the only one I can tell, between all these escs is that blheki32 is smoother on those setting.

    What have you flown?
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