has anyone tried using one of these esc’s from ebay before?
Try it for science
haha alright it looks like ill have to give it a shot
I’m interested, it looks similar to some pre-built board I’ve seen in the past but I cant remember which one…ARGGGHHHHHH
Probably the same as the bench wheel from china
could be, but of all the pre-builts I’ve ridden the benchwheel dual 1800 is the best. It actually feels like a skateboard, even if the deck is crap :).
When there’s a winning remote on the table, I’m in doubt!
lol, no doubt.
It clearly states that the esc can only handle 1350 watts max so you would need to use something like a 300kv motor or something like that
(edit) this might work, Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 5055-280kv Brushless Outrunner Motor (1510w max)
There’s a dual version too. The nano remote worries me.
But it would be for a super cheap ego style board.maybe…
I ordered a dual for science. I’ll let you guys know if it works
@psychotiller what’s your planned set up … for science
Personally, I think you’d be better off getting the FVT 6s car esc and a separate remote/receiver. At least the FVT will have some type of cooling. And it’s known to work.
@Namasaki Problem with the fvt is it is only known to work for a limited time, and the brake function is pretty much a joke.
@Michaelinvegas honestly, I have no idea. I just saw it and ordered one.
I wouldnt say fvt 120 6s version brake is a joke… it is quite a strong one but it needs to be correctly dialed in… as the gearing ratio, wheel size and travel lenght of remote’s trigger might play a part that the brake is too sharp.
So yeh… not really vesc precision but at least way better than boat/heli esc with no brakes or very primitive ones.
I agree, if you can program a fvt esc correctly it actually can be quite good
Ok, I was not aware of that.
Did you get the hub version or regular? I’m not sure what the difference is…
I think it’d make a good bb killer with dual rear 50s.