|Jan 27, 2010, 08:12 AM|
Programming a brake on the Parkzone 18A ESC (from Brushless Mustang, etc)????
Does anyone know if it's possible to program a brake on the 18A Brushless ESC that comes with the PZ Mustang, etc?
Horizon doesn't publish a manual on their page... but they'll happily take your $50 for a new one.
I upgraded my Mustang and I'm using this 18A ESC in a small sail plane. brake would be great to have.
Thanks for any input at all, guys!
|Jan 29, 2010, 07:34 PM|
It is. I use hard brake setting on my Gunfighter. Makes it glide forever so make sure you have room for a long final approach.
I used the manual for the 30-amp E-Flite ESC
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