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Started by miniconverter, Thursday,July 05, 2012, 13:24:27
Quote from: miniconverter on Friday,July 06, 2012, 19:49:09 Thanks for the help so far. Was wondering if these ESC's would be any good. http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idproduct=17135Good price and fall into the right amps range but not sure if they would work with the KK2.0 controller or not. The HK site says the signal to the ESCs is 1520us so I would assume these to be OK but read somewhere that not all ESCs are compatible with all controllers. Can get a program card for them as well so won't take a month to program them listening for beeps whilst messing with my stick By the way will definitely be going for the pink props
Quote from: MadMax on Friday,July 06, 2012, 21:24:12 Turnigy plush are well known to be good for multi rotors I read some where that Rctimer esc's are re-branded hobby wing and that the turnigy plush and rctimer are the same just cant recall where I saw it ::)
Quote from: UAVshop on Saturday,July 07, 2012, 18:45:55 Stay away from RCTimer motors and ESCs......rubbish! Lots of customers with problems with the ESCs, and I had some of the motors a while ago....will not be selling them again!!Spend a couple of quid extra and get something better, you'll be glad in the end!Best!Ale
Quote from: UAVshop on Sunday,July 08, 2012, 11:14:38 Currently for budget ESCs I'm selling iPeak - they're easy because no programming or throttle calibration is needed, they're just plug and go, and so far only one dead ESC reported in the last 100 or so sold (about the same success rate as you find with genuine HobbyWing). The iPower motors seem to be a pretty good compromise between price and quality too, so far anyway!
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