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Is this VESC good??

I will buy one and want to know

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We all want to know. A quick forum search provided two results. One was your question the other was also a question.

You might be the one to tell us if it’s good or not.

No upgrades, so it’s similar to most other vendors I would assume.

However, don’t trust you can do 50 amp con without adding a heat sink. Vedder himself showed it can only do 27 amp con without the heat rising.

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Ok!! I will use with one of this motor here: https://www.banggood.com/Racerstar-5065-BR5065-140KV-6-12S-Brushless-Motor-With-Gear-For-Scooter-p-1110304.html?rmmds=myorder&cur_warehouse=CN

Wich max output current is 34 A.

Will it work??

It’ll work.

Using only one of this racestar motors won’t be so powerfull right??

But will it go like 25 km/h?? at least??

It depends on your battery, wheels and gearing. I need more specs to give you a better answer. What are you going to use in your build?

I am building by parts, first I bought one of this Racestar motors, now I am looking for the best VESC to use with.

I am in doubt of buying this: https://flipsky.net/collections/electronic-products/products/torque-esc-vesc-®-bldc-electronic-speed-controller

or this: https://wholesaler.alibaba.com/product-detail/Maytech-rc-system-remote-controller-electric_60533968246.html

If you could give me tips of batteries to buy as well would be great!!

I will use this remote control: https://www.banggood.com/2_4GHz-Radio-Remote-Controller-Receiver-Transmitter-For-Electric-Skateboard-p-1125575.html?rmmds=search&ID=514182&cur_warehouse=CN

http://calc.esk8.today

Do your calculations here

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I got a mail from them today, asked maytech about them, they say the components are not good quality, but if someone would try them I’m interested :slight_smile:

I don’t have any info on the first one. I use maytechs and they’re rock solid if used right. Why not buy the first one for science?

As for the battery, go liion if you’re good with spotwelding or just order a premade one. ru.nkon.nl

If you want to live dangerously and be a rebel go the lipo route.

Maytech also uses subpar parts but they’re rock solid if used right. The solder job is horrible, though!

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what is subpar?

The maytech vesc’s work fine for me :slight_smile:

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Subpar. He means the components and build quality could be better

uhu, if it does the job it’s fine for me :slight_smile:

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Go watch people on YouTube comparing cheap solder vs good solder. You’ll see what I mean!

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I am a little bit afraid of buying one that anyone had tested before. So I am going to buy the one of Maytech, just because other people used it before. But what is the correct way to use Maytech VESCs??

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Set battery max low, like 35A (Your motor can only do 34A). Keep the ERPM under 60.000, and do not try FOC under any circumstances. What battery will u be using?

I don’t know the battery I will use,

do you have any suggestion??