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Hobbywing Fun Fly 18a ESC

Started by snaps042, Thursday,October 18, 2012, 09:10:02

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snaps042

Hello All,

I fly a modified Gaui 500X and ';m having great difficulty finding the Hobbywing FunFly 18a ESC in Europe. If anyone knows of a reliable outlet, either in the UK or within the EU, I';d love to hear from you.

All the best.

snaps
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eyeflying

Hi,

yes, I';ve got six - all new in sealed bags - how many do you want? - I can do them for £11 each plus P&P

Gaza07

Hi snaps042 and welcome to the forum I cant find any of these esc';s at any of the shops I use  :rolleyes:
You may want to take eyeflier up on his offer or have you considered changing them all and getting some of the simonK flashed esc';s they are much better and esier to use  ~~  :welcome:

teslahed

the cheapest speed controllers you can get in the UK that would be suitable for multicopter use are these;

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__28722__Hobby_King_20A_ESC_3A_UBEC_UK_Warehouse_.html

that';s $7.86 for 1 so you can get 4 for just under twenty quid (pounds sterling).

you can upgrade the firmware on those speed controllers yourself if you are handy with a soldering iron, they are easier than most to do, or you can buy some pre-done from rctimer but you have to pay a bit more and wait a bit longer for delivery;

http://www.rctimer.com/index.php?gOo=goods_details.dwt&goodsid=780&productname=
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