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Started by nickyb, Tuesday,September 24, 2013, 09:47:23
Quote from: mrmurder1975 on Tuesday,September 24, 2013, 10:07:31 ive always gone with the idea that its good practise to go with a bit of a larger esc than you need, just for peace of mind if nothing else. in all my builds (planes, helis, multi rotors) if the spec says get a 30a, i get a 40a, or a 20a i get a 30a etc. after all its much better to have an esc that is over rated than under. simon k speedies are a much better choice for multi rotor applications. if cost is an issue (but there';s really not much between them, price wise) then turnigy plush esc';s are good. but if you can get simon k ones, do it. they respond much quicker to your throttle changes and will give you a more stable multi. and they will allow you to tune your gains higher which will also make your craft more stable.what fc are you planning on using? simon k ones work very well with the kk2. i cant vouch for how they work with any other fc, but i would imagine the results are just as good or better with more expensive fc';s. i exclusively use the kk2 (price is a real issue for me) and am more than happy with that combination.
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