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Old Jun 21, 2010, 11:40 AM
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Apparently you do not have a wattmeter. A wattmeter is an essential tool when setting up electrics. You have to know how much current your system is asking for so that you can properly size the ESC and battery. A $50 wattmeter will go a long way toward saving many $$$ worth of ESC's and batteries.

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