|Feb 12, 2014, 10:15 PM|
Since the Stratos is now a wall hanger because the motors and batteries are cooked I have a bunch of extra motors, servos, RX, and ESC. Question for those that have convert, can I use one ESC for two motors? I have two of these motors:
I'm not planning to have differently thrust, but will add some ailerions, might even flatten the wing a bit too.
|Feb 13, 2014, 09:00 AM|
United States, NY, Queens
Joined Oct 2005
If you are using brushed motors, you can have one ESC control several motors. However, if you go to brushless, you MUST have a separate ESC for each motor. Take a look at the specs for the ParkZone Mosquito.
|Feb 13, 2014, 10:07 AM|
United States, NC, Morrisville
Joined May 2013
Here is what I'm in the process of doing. Using two of these motors.
Two 18 amp controlers:
And these props:
All US Warehouse.
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|Feb 13, 2014, 11:30 AM|
Thanks for the help. I was looking at the plane last night, I think I'll first clean her up and convert to orange RX and a brushed speed control with the stock motors. I checked the batteries last night and we still have 3 in fairly good shape. This way I can sort out any issues with original performance first then move to brushless next.
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