I could see these on your raptors. I’m sure it’s eaiser than bullet conmectors. Unless your motors already come with them
This is awesome ! Do I understand it correctly that thanks to these connectors there is no need to solder anything ?? I put three vesc big cables in this connector and on the other side I stick the motor bullets in it. Is that right ?
Did this work?
I bought MT60 in black will try them out as I am bit tired of bullets, for longboard current consumption it should be more than enough
its weird that this thread came back to life. I’m starting to use these on my deck-to-esc connections. Still using bullets on my deck-to-motor connections.
I will use on motor to case when back to bullet to esc, I had enough of times than one phase wire gets disconnected but that’s I guess not an issue for like deck mounted bullets or etc. But I think MT60 is more than enough for our loads, as we don’t pull more than 60A longer than to melt plastic or etc… I mean look at focbox wires
I’ve seen this connectors before and aren’t they used by Evolve? I took mine apart yesterday and they look very similar. @longhairedboy can you confirm? Another good option; https://m.de.aliexpress.com/item/32894812952.html?pid=808_0003_0101&spm=a2g0n.search-amp.list.32894812952&aff_trace_key=22748ffb919e4b8d9ec5ff44dd2ce352-1533655399431-00470-UneMJZVf&aff_short_key=UneMJZVf&aff_platform=msite
Evolve is using MT30s IIRC. They’re definitely smaller than MT60s.
There look like they may be pretty useful.
Those look nice but looking at the name I assume it can only handle 30amps we need at least 60amp connectors.
damn you was faster 5sec… wanted to link it too
Oh yeah, i linked the wrong one. Meant the mr60 lol