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Old Feb 19, 2012, 01:28 AM
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Originally Posted by NitroCharged View Post
Brushless55 - At a guess, based on the fact the ESC is 6A - No!! the extra current and voltage would more than likely damage the ESC. Even if it didn't, it may reduce the ESC's ability to drive the 3 servo's. Grab a 10A 3S capable ESC and be safe, oh - and a bigger motor.
yeah, that's why I have not plugged one in yet..
it may handle 3s but not past 50% throttle..
I'm getting average readings of 4amps just on 2s

tell me more about the 10a esc and different motor that could work in this sucker
not sure how in the world I would get to those in the plane?
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