I’ve got an MBS board that I’m converting, adding dual motors. My research has led me to this…
- Turnigy SK8 6374-149KV
- Flipsky Dual FSESC6.6
- DIYEboard 10S5P 18650 Lithium Battery Pack: 36V, 10Ah, 360Wh
My understanding is that the battery should not exceed voltage or current rating of the ESC; and that the motor amp draw must not exceed the amp rating of the ESC. So, with an ESC voltage range up to 60 and 100A cont. on a single side, my battery choice (10s, 36V, 50A cont.) is good? And the motor max draw of 80A is below the ESC continuous current. That’s just me looking at the numbers. I haven’t done any math to show anything.
I’ve read some questionable results on the Dual FSESC6.6 and had the DIYEboard TORQUE ESC BLDC as a second choice. But, as that cont. current is 50A, wouldn’t I have to drop to a really low current motor?